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  1. Hello Brian I am now out on bond from immigration. My case is now going thru the ninth circuit and I have an appeal goin on for my miss representation in criminal court. My question is is there anything else I can possibly do not to get deported if both out comes are negative and not to my favor. Thank you

    • I would be happy to help you with your immigration situation. However, I need you to schedule a specific date and time for a free 10 minute consultation. You need to goto the web at

      blerner.checkappointments.com.

      Afterwards, select the type of consultation you want and give the necessary information. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter

  2. I love this video and how this attorney explains the prosses of it all step by step. Finally someone who can help me! thank you Mr. Lerner, I will be emailing you soon. Your the best.

  3. Good Day, Sir!
    This video has brought some light into my life, and I thank you for all the information. I have been deported in 2001 for aggravated felony distribution (2 counts). Five years concurrent but since I was a first time offender, the judge suspended my sentence and served 77 days in jail. I am desperately wanting to find a way to come back to the US legally. If you will take my case, how much will the TOTAL Charge for your services be from start to finish? My highest respect to your office.

    • Hello:

      Where was the conviction?
      Did you plea guilty?

      Regards,

      Brian D. Lerner
      Attorney at Law
      Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law
      http://www.californiaimmigration.us
      blerner@californiaimmigration.us
      Skype: briandlerner
      Offices in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Upland and the Philippines

      • The conviction was in Alexandria, Virginia and my lawyer advice me to plead guilty.

      • Governmental Pardon
You are considered to be an aggravated felon under the U.S. immigration laws. Because of that, you will have virtually no chance of ever becoming legal under the current situation. In these types of cases, one of the only items to prepare would be to submit a Petition for a Full and Unconditional Pardon to the Governor. If granted, then a petition for residency will be able to be filed. This office can prepare everything necessary in order to proceed. It is not easy to get an approval, but it is the only chance that exists here.  
 
Attorney Fees (Filing Fees and Costs not included)
The total Attorney Fees will be $4,500.00.

        Down Payment
Normally we take 50% down and then the balance can be paid monthly until paid in full. We accept all forms of payment included debit and credit cards, Western Union and Money Gram.

        If you pay by Western Union, simply put the name Brian D. Lerner and the address 3233 E. Broadway, Long Beach, California 90803. Then you would notify me of the 10 digit control number, date of deposit and how much you deposited.

        You can call my office at 562-495-0554 and make the down payment through check or credit card which we will put through our secure servers and you will get electronic verification.

        You can also go on the secure website at the following website address:

        http://www.californiaimmigration.us/immigration-consultation

        Please let me know if you are interested in proceeding and we can start on your case immediately.

Should you have further questions, you can e-mail me back or call my office at 562-495-0554.


      • Hello Mr. Ledner,

        I have a few questions regarding the pardon from the Governer: What if your case is out of Alaska and it was a federal case, Is the pardon still filed throught he Governors office in Alaska or is it with the Attorney General of the U.S.?

      • If it is a federal case, then it would be through the President of the U.S.

        Governmental Pardon
You are considered to be an aggravated felon under the U.S. immigration laws. Because of that, you will have virtually no chance of ever becoming legal under the current situation. In these types of cases, one of the only items to prepare would be to submit a Petition for a Full and Unconditional Pardon to the Governor. If granted, then a petition for residency will be able to be filed. This office can prepare everything necessary in order to proceed. It is not easy to get an approval, but it is the only chance that exists here.  
 
Attorney Fees (Filing Fees and Costs not included)
The total Attorney Fees will be $4,500.00.

  4. Hello mr. Lerner saw ur video on deportaion. just wanna say thank u that ansewred some of my questions that i had . i want to set up appointment to talk via skype or phone if possible thanks…

  5. I filled for I 129F and it was approved. my fiance had a removal order but left voluntary as by his lawyer’s advise. He filled for I 212 since May 2012 in Vermont service center, the form was transferred in June 2012 to Nebraska service center because it was the center that handled his case when he was in the US, the reason was to speed up the process. April 2013, Nebraska transferred the case back again to Vermont because the form I 129F was expired. June 2013 Vermont transferred the case back to Nebraska again for speed up reason. why all this transfers? it’s been over 2 years now we’ve been waiting. when he was in the US he did not convicted any crime, he was working with a work permit. please advice

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