A few of the cases we have won:

  • Complex marriage case for a beneficiary with a prior order of exclusion
  • Defensive asylum for a victim of sex trafficking from Belize, an Ethiopian political dissident, a Honduran indigenous environmental activist, and women fleeing domestic violence in Honduras and Guatemala
  • Withholding of removal for Mexican client fleeing cartel violence
  • Affirmative asylum for a Syrian man and his family on the basis of political opinion, a Venezuelan family fleeing political persecution, and a family from Sierra Leone fearing Female Genital Mutilation (“FGM”)
  • Travel ban waiver for Iranian client
  • U-Status petitions for victims of serious crimes and their family members
  • T-Status petitions for victims of trafficking and their family members
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) petitions for unaccompanied minors
  • Cancellation of Removal in immigration court
  • Bond redeterminations in immigration court
  • INA 237(a)(1)(H) fraud/misrepresentation waivers in immigration court
  • DACA petitions for young people brought to the U.S. as children
  • Green cards for family members of U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents, including same-sex couples
  • Complex waiver petitions submitted to DHS both inside the U.S. and abroad
  • Application for U.S. citizenship for clients with medical disabilities
  • Certificate of Citizenship case for derivative United States citizen child
  • K-1 fiance visas and adjustment of status for K-1 visaholders
  • Humanitarian parole for a woman separated from her family in El Salvador
  • Persuaded U.S. Department of State’s LegalNet to overturn faulty denial decisions of visa applicants at U.S. consulates abroad
  • Successful Writ of Habeas Corpus for man in prolonged ICE detention

A Few Of The Cases We Have Won

  • Complex marriage case for a beneficiary with a prior order of exclusion
  • Defensive asylum for a victim of sex trafficking from Belize, an Ethiopian political dissident, a Honduran indigenous environmental activist, and women fleeing domestic violence in Honduras and Guatemala
  • Withholding of removal for Mexican client fleeing cartel violence
  • Affirmative asylum for a Syrian man and his family on the basis of political opinion, a Venezuelan family fleeing political persecution, and a family from Sierra Leone fearing Female Genital Mutilation (“FGM”)
  • Travel ban waiver for Iranian client
  • U-Status petitions for victims of serious crimes and their family members
  • T-Status petitions for victims of trafficking and their family members
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) petitions for unaccompanied minors
  • Cancellation of Removal in immigration court
  • Bond redeterminations in immigration court
  • INA 237(a)(1)(H) fraud/misrepresentation waivers in immigration court
  • DACA petitions for young people brought to the U.S. as children
  • Green cards for family members of U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents, including same-sex couples
  • Complex waiver petitions submitted to DHS both inside the U.S. and abroad
  • Application for U.S. citizenship for clients with medical disabilities
  • Certificate of Citizenship case for derivative United States citizen child
  • K-1 fiance visas and adjustment of status for K-1 visaholders
  • Humanitarian parole for a woman separated from her family in El Salvador
  • Persuaded U.S. Department of State’s LegalNet to overturn faulty denial decisions of visa applicants at U.S. consulates abroad
  • Successful Writ of Habeas Corpus for man in prolonged ICE detention

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