Immigration Attorney, The American Drean is Possible

Case Results

CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION AND NATURALIZATION INTERVIEW: A client who was a United States lawful permanent resident wanted to file for citizenship. She had a previous criminal conviction on her record. We assisted her in filing her citizenship application and prepared her for her naturalization interview. We represented her at the interview and she was instantly approved the same day for citizenship! She is now a United States citizen after attending her swearing in ceremony.

2015
G.H.


BOND HEARING: Client was detained for 7 months without a bond hearing or any movement on her case. Her family hired us to speed up the process and try to secure her release through a bond. We filed a motion with the immigration court to schedule a bond hearing for her. We turned down an offer from the government to release her on a $7,500 bond and won a $5,000 bond for her. She was released from custody two days later.

2015
Y.M.


REASONABLE FEAR INTERVIEW: We visited our client who was detained in Laredo, Texas to review her withholding of removal case. We requested a reasonable fear interview on her behalf and prepared her for the interview. We represented her during the three hour long reasonable fear interview and received a positive decision.

2015
R.R.


I-129F, PETITION FOR ALIEN FIANCE APPLICATION (K-VISA): Our office successfully obtained an approval for a client who wishes to bring his future spouse from India to the United States. This visa will allow our client the opportunity to marry his fiancé within 90 days after her arrival into the United States. Eventually, she will be able to become a United States lawful permanent resident and United States citizen!

2015
S.K.


BOND HEARING: A father who has not seen his son in over 8 years hired us to visit his son when he was detained in an immigration detention center in Houston. We filed a motion for bond hearing with the immigration court and successfully obtained a low bond that his father was able to afford and pay. Our client is now with his father and they are enjoying their time with another.

2015
C.L.


MOTION TO REOPEN IN ABSENTIA AND BOND HEARING: Client was detained at the Federal Detention Center in Houston on an illegal reentry charge based on a prior deportation he never knew he had on his record. We were able successfully reopen his prior order of removal from 1998 by filing a motion to reopen in absentia. The motion was approved and we were able to successfully litigate a bond in immigration court. The client has been released from custody and is living with his loved ones back home in Virginia.

2015
V.C.


ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS: Client had been previously married but denied a green card. He visited multiple attorneys who told him that his case was impossible and not worth pursuing. We presented a new application for adjustment status based on a subsequent marriage. The client was approved the day after he went for his interview. He is now living in the United States as a permanent resident without any conditions placed on his status.

2015
K.E.


DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS: Client had visited with four other immigration attorneys prior to consulting with our law firm about his case under President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He was nervous about the possibility of his application being denied. He managed to trust our Firm to handle his case and his approval notice came only a few months after filing his application. He can now live and work in the United States for 3 years and will be able to freely travel within the country.

2015
A.G.


HUMANITARIAN ASYLUM: Client entered the country in May of 2014 fleeing from gang violence in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. We litigated her case and were able to win humanitarian asylum for her. Humanitarian asylum cases are extremely rare and difficult to win. The client is now back home with her family in Maryland enjoying the benefits of freedom. She will become a legal permanent resident in less than a year and eventually a United States citizen as a result of our victory.

2014
B.S.


CREDIBLE FEAR INTERVIEW: Client entered the United States in November of 2014. He was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. He wanted to apply for asylum because he was afraid of returning to his home country of El Salvador after being threatened and targeted by gangs there. We spent hours preparing him for his credible fear interview. We represented him during his credible fear interview. The client successfully passed his interview. We were able to successfully speak to his deportation officer to offer him a bond for his release. The client was released from custody shortly thereafter.

2014
D.A.


CREDIBLE FEAR INTERVIEW: Client entered the United States in October of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center in Taylor, Texas without a bond. She wanted to apply for asylum because she was afraid of returning to her home country of Honduras after being threatened and targeted by gangs there. We spent hours preparing her for her credible fear interview. We represented her during her credible fear interview. The client successfully passed her interview. We were able to successfully speak to her deportation officer to offer her a bond for her release. The client was released from custody shortly thereafter.

2014
E.Q.


CREDIBLE FEAR INTERVIEW: Client entered the United States in October of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center in Taylor, Texas without a bond. She wanted to apply for asylum because she was afraid of returning to her home country of Honduras after her and her family were being attacked and harmed by 18th Street Gang. We spent hours preparing her for her credible fear interview. We represented her during her credible fear interview. The client successfully passed her interview. We were able to successfully speak to her deportation officer to offer her a bond for her release. The client was released from custody shortly thereafter.

2014
E.P.


CREDIBLE FEAR INTERVIEW: Client entered the United States in August of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center in Taylor, Texas without a bond. She wanted to apply for asylum because she was afraid of returning to her home country of Peru after her and her family were being attacked and harmed by MS-13. We spent hours preparing her for her credible fear interview. We represented her during her credible fear interview. The client successfully passed her interview. We were able to successfully speak to her deportation officer to offer her a bond for her release. The client was released from custody shortly thereafter.

2014
Y.S.


DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS RENEWAL: Client wanted to renew her application under President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. We were able to successfully file her renewal application and receive an approval notice renewing her legal status in the United States within two months.

2014
M.V.


Client had received her conditional green card through a previous marriage. Unfortunately because she was now divorced from her ex-husband, she would need to file an I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence application. We were able to successfully file her application and she and her daughter are now lawful permanent residents without any conditions tied to their status.

2014
M.B.


Client entered the United States in April of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center. We were able to secure her release through a reasonable bond in front of an immigration judge.

2014
S.L.


Client entered the United States in May of 2014. He was being held in an immigration detention center with a $12,000 bond. We were able to convince the immigration judge that the bond was unreasonable and significantly lowered his bond to an amount his family could afford to pay.

2014
U.L.


Client entered the United States in July of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. We successfully filed a motion with the immigration court to request a bond hearing. We successfully received a bond from the court and the client was released shortly thereafter.

2014
C.M.


Client entered the United States in July of 2014. He was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. We successfully filed a motion with the immigration court to request a bond hearing. We successfully received a bond from the court and the client was released shortly thereafter.

2014
J.H.


Client entered the United States in May of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. We successfully filed a motion with the immigration court to request a bond hearing. We successfully received a bond from the court and the client was released shortly thereafter.

2014
G.G.


Client entered the United States in May of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. We successfully filed a motion with the immigration court to request a bond hearing. We successfully received a bond from the court and the client was released shortly thereafter.

2014
G.G.


Client entered the United States in July of 2014. He was being held in an immigration detention center without a bond. We successfully filed a motion with the immigration court to request a bond hearing. We successfully received a bond from the court and the client was released shortly thereafter.

2014
J.O.


Client entered the United States in December of 2014. She was being held in an immigration detention center in Louisiana without a bond. She wanted to apply for asylum because she was afraid of returning to her home country of Honduras after being brutally physically and verbally attacked by her husband on numerous occasions. We spent hours preparing her for her credible fear interview. We represented her during her credible fear interview. The client successfully passed her interview. We were able to successfully speak to her deportation officer to offer her a bond for her release. The client was released from custody shortly thereafter.

2014
S.R.