Deportation

Many immigrants who are here illegally will face being locked up or being ordered removed. Often, they have families to care for here in the United States and are looking for a way to stay in the USA. Deportation is a daunting process, but our experienced attorneys and staff are familiar with the process and will do everything possible to make sure our clients get out of jail or remain in the United States. We have even helped people go all the way to a green card. Read these Success Stories and see how we have helped many clients remain in the United States. If you are an immigrant facing detention or deportation, contact us today!

Stopped Deportation for Brazilian Mother

Our client crossed the Mexican border illegally in 2004. She is originally from Brazil. Soon after she arrived, a judge ordered her removed from the United States. During her time in the US, she married another Brazilian man. Together, they had three American Citizen children. Many years later, ICE finally apprehended her and put an ankle bracelet on her to monitor her. She was due to be deported back to Brazil

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Lawful permanent resident is released from ICE custody

Lawful resident makes a mistake Our client, who was a lawful permanent resident, hired us in May 2008 when he was concluding his federal criminal sentence for four fraud offenses. His convictions were aggravated felonies for immigration purposes. Upon completion of his sentence, he was placed in removal proceedings and transferred to Oakdale, Louisiana. He was in mandatory detention due to the criminal convictions. What needed to be filed Our

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Man with a Green Card is wrongfully detained

It’s rewarding After talking to a desperate family so many times, we are finally able to break the good news: “your husband will be released from jail today”. We know the impact of the announcement, and we feel so much joy for the family. Our client and his family had Green Cards. The last time he traveled, upon returning from Mexico they detained him because he had pled guilty of

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Father from China detained

Loving father detained Our client, Mr. N, came to the US illegally from China over 20 years ago. He was ordered removed back to China and his appeal was denied. However, Mr. N continued to live in the United States and pursue his American dream. He got married and became the stepfather of one child and, soon, the father of another. He and his wife ran a restaurant together. Understanding

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Deportation cancellation over family hardship

Keeping the family together Our client was placed in removal proceedings in Chicago, Illinois after ICE came to his residence. His wife had a final order of removal. Our client and his wife have two children born in the United States. We filed an application for cancellation of removal with the Immigration Court. We presented evidence to establish that our client met the legal standard for cancellation of removal, including

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Stay of removal approved for Chinese individual

Finally some good news A Chinese client with no immigration status needed our help after he found himself under the radar of ICE. He had been through a lot, including his wife abandoning him to raise their U.S. citizen son alone. After meeting with the client and analyzing the details of his case, we decided pursuing a Stay of Removal with ICE would be the best option for him. Given

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Detained foreign born business owner approved for adjustment of status

Well into his removal case He was placed in removal proceedings after he was denied admission to the United States for a felony aggravated assault conviction. He was mandatory detention and detained throughout his case. Since he was a permanent resident at the time, his lawyer from another immigration firm filed an application for cancellation of removal for lawful permanent residents. He had a hearing before an Immigration Judge and

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Honduran approved for permanent residency by Cleveland

Bad timing & bad luck Our client, born in Honduras, entered the U.S. in November of 1998 without inspection. Due to bad timing and bad luck, he is the only member of his family living in the U.S. without status. His U.S. citizen sister filed an I-130 petition for him on April 26, 2001, giving our client eligibility to adjust status to permanent resident under 245i, as soon as the

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Client I-130 & adjustment of status denied with other law firm

The other law firm In 2008, our client’s attorney from another immigration law firm lost our client’s Adjustment of Status request for a Green Card, following his wife filing an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative. Our client entered the US in October 2003 with K-3 Nonimmigrant Spouse Visa (this visa shortens the physical separation between the foreign-citizen and U.S. citizen spouses by permitting the foreign-citizen spouse to enter the US to

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Spouse’s last-minute naturalization saves the day

Overstayed visit Our client, Mr. A, is a native of Ghana. He came to the U.S. in 1998 on a visitor visa and overstayed. Mr. A and his wife, a U.S. lawful permanent resident, were riding a bus when an Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer boarded and began asking passengers about their immigration status. Mr. A admitted that he had overstayed his visa, that his wife had filed an I-130

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