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Motions to Reopen
Native from Peru married to a United States citizen for 7 years with 3 United States citizen children was ordered deported to Peru after her Political Asylum case was denied by an Immigration Judge. We represented her on a Joint Motion to Reopen which was approved by the Office of Chief Counsel in Miami, Florida....
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Joint Motion to Reopen Removal Proceedings agreed to by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for Colombian nationals that entered with their kids in 2001 with tourist visas. They were subjects of an Order of Deportation. Their United States citizen daughter petitioned for them and it was approved. Now that their case is reopened, they will be...
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Cuban lawful resident since May 25, 1984. Detained due to 1994 conviction for the offense of possession of cocaine and grand theft. Ordered deported and was here on an Order of Supervision (OSUP). Another attorney filed a motion to reopen which was denied. We filed a motion directly with the Immigration Judge to file for...
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Filed a Joint Motion to Reopen with the Miami Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Chief Counsel for a Guatemalan National, married to a United States citizen with two children, with a previous order of deportation. The individual is the beneficiary of an approved I-130 visa petition filed in 2001. Once the Joint Motion to...
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Our client, a native and citizen of Haiti, failed to appear on the date and time of his removal proceedings in the Miami Immigration Court. As a result, the Miami Immigration Judge ordered that he be removed (deported) in-absentia. We filed a Motion to Reopen directly with the Immigration Judge showing that our client did...
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Our client, a native and citizen of Colombia, was ordered removed along with her family after an Immigration Judge denied their claims for political asylum. Her daughter married a United States citizen and we filed a Joint Motion to Reopen request which was agreed to by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As for our...
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Our clients are husband and wife, both citizens of the Phillipines. The wife was arrested for providing false information on a passport application and detained in federal custody until she was eventually transferred to immigration custody. She is the subject of an Order of Deportation in absentia dating back to the 1980’s. The husband was...
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Our client is a native and citizen of Pakistan who applied for his green card through marriage to his United States citizen wife who is a native and citizen of India. Their case was heard at the Miami Immigration Court by an Immigration Judge. They were both very nervous. They were represented by an attorney....
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Our client arrived to the U.S. in 1992. She and her United States citizen husband have been married over eight years and they have two United States citizen children. They are excellent parents who have set up a Florida Prepaid College Plan for each of their children and support them scholastically. She has substantial shared...
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Our client arrived to the U.S. in 2001. She and her United States citizen husband have been married for over four years although they have been together for more than ten. They live in California and have substantial shared commodities and family and community ties. Our client and her husband also own a business together....
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