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Another Win for our Law Office: Motion to vacate past crime vacated

Motion To Vacate to a LPR convicted of Felony –
Motion to Vacate granted for lawful permanent resident who was convicted of an aggravated felony (drug trafficking) in 1982.  Client’s plea was withdrawn and his case dismissed by the DA and he can now travel safely in and out of the United States and also apply for naturalization/citizenship.

U Visa granted for person with Removal Order

Visa approved for Client whose marriage visa was denied at the U.S. consulate, who then reentered the U.S. unlawfully and was ordered removed from the country.  After all appeals were denied, Client applied for a U visa and several stays of removal.  Client can now remain in this country with his children and become a lawful permanent resident in 3 years.

Another win for our Law Office. AOS granted in proceedings

AOS for FN placed in removal proceedings –
Application for adjustment of status granted for Client that was placed in removal proceedings because of a DUI.  Client can now stay in the United States with her husband and young son.

Another Win for Our Law Office on Writ of Mandate

Our client’s date of birth was incorrect on her naturalization certificate and for years she unsuccessfully tried to correct this error with Immigration, including various appeals.  When our office was retained, we filed a lawsuit against Immigration in federal court to force them to amend our client’s naturalization certificate.  Within months of filing, our client received her correct certificate.

City of Baltimore Files Lawsuit Challenging DOS Change to Foreign Affairs Manual on Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility

The city of Baltimore filed a lawsuit in federal district court challenging a change made by DOS to the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) in January 2018 which expanded the scope of the FAM’s “public charge” provision. The complaint asks the court to vacate the FAM change due to it being “arbitrary and capricious, procedurally infirm, and unconstitutional.”

USCIS Issues Policy Memo on Satisfying the L‑1 One-Year Foreign Employment Requirement

USCIS issued a policy memo that clarifies the requirement that the qualifying organization employ the principal L‑1 beneficiary abroad for one continuous year out of the three years before the time of petition filing.

Advance Copy of USCIS Proposed Rule to Create Registration Requirement for Cap-Subject H‑1B Petitions

DHS announced a proposed rule that would create a registration requirement for cap-subject H‑1B petitions and change the rules so that the 65,000 “regular” lottery is run first, followed by the 20,000 “master’s” lottery.

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