Case Results

Lawful Permanent Residence Granted (2018)

United States Customs and Immigration Services – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client, a Mexican citizen, was engaged to a United States citizen and wanted to immigrate to United States. I filed a fiance visa petition, which was approved, allowing him to enter the United States for the purpose of marrying his fiancé. Once married I helped the couple file a green card application with USCIS. After attending an interview with the couple, the green card application was approved and client became a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States in May 2018.

Removal Proceedings Terminated (2018)

Immigration Court – Las Vegas Nevada

Client, a Mexican Citizen, is married to a Cuban national who has an application for a green card pending. Client is also able to obtain lawful permanent residence (green card) based upon her marriage to the Cuban national. Despite her pending application, she was arrested by ICE and placed in removal proceedings where the Department of Homeland Security attempted to deport her. I was able to get the removal proceedings terminated based upon her pending green card application.

Felony charges for Larceny from a Person reduced to Misdemeanor with no jail time and avoided Immigration Consequences (2017)

Las Vegas Justice Court

Client, who is not a citizen of the United States, was charged with Larceny from a Person, a felony. I was able to persuade the district attorney to reduce the felony charge to a misdemeanor charge. I was able to ensure that the misdemeanor charges did not carry negative immigration consequences as the client is not a citizen of the United States. The case resulted in no jail time, a small fine and a class.

Removal Proceedings Terminated (2018)

Immigration Court – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client, a Cuban national, was arrested by ICE and placed in removal proceedings where the Department of Homeland Security attempted to deport him. The client was eligible to obtain a green card based upon Cuban nationality. I was able to get the removal proceedings dismissed to allow the client to apply for her green card.

Consultation on Immigration Consequences (2018)

Las Vegas, Nevada

The client, a Lawful Permanent Resident in the United States, was charged with a crime and represented by a criminal defense attorney. I was able to work closely with that criminal defense attorney to assist in negotiating the case in a way that did not cause him to lose his green card and avoided deportation.

Removal Proceedings Reopened and then Terminated (2018)

Immigration Court – San Francisco, CA

Client, a Lawful Permanent Resident in the United States, was arrested by ICE. He was confused as to why he was arrested. I was able to find out that he had a been ordered to appear at an immigration court hearing that he was unaware of and when he failed to appear, a deportation order was issued. Despite a very aggressive ICE officer telling my client no one could help him, I was able to file a Motion to Reopen the deportation order on the basis that the client did not receive notice of the hearing. The evidence reflected that the hearing notice was sent to the wrong address. Once the case was reopened, I filed a Motion to Terminate Proceedings with the immigration court on the basis that the client is a Lawful Permanent Resident and not subject to deportation. The motion was granted and the client was released from custody.

DUI charge reduced to Reckless Driving (2018)

Las Vegas Justice Court

Client was arrested for driving under the influence. I was able to get the charges reduced to a reckless driving instead of DUI.

Battery Domestic Violence charge dismissed and immigration consequences avoided (2018)

North Las Vegas Municipal Court

Client, a Lawful Permanent Resident in the United States, was charged with Battery Domestic Violence. Client was charged with Battery Domestic Violence. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the case after client paid a small fine and completed an anger management class. Normally the punishment for a battery domestic violence, even if reduced to something else includes a 26 week counseling course and community service hours, both of which were avoided in the negotiation.

Lawful Permanent Residence Granted (2018)

United States Citizenship and Immigration services – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client, a citizen of Japan, married a United States Citizen. I walked them through the green card application process, filed the applications and attended the interview with the couple. Client was granted Lawful Permanent Residence in the United States after an interview with USCIS.

Citizenship Granted (2018)

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client was a citizen of Mexico. I walked the client through the citizenship process, filed the citizenship application, and attended citizenship interview with the client. His citizenship was granted after an interview with USCIS.

Felony DUI charge carrying Mandatory Prison time reduced to a non-DUI felony with probation

Clark County District Court (2018)

Client had previously been convicted of a felony DUI almost 20 years before his arrest for DUI in Nevada. Under circumstances that normally would have been a misdemeanor DUI but for the prior felony conviction, the charge became a felony DUI with mandatory prison time. I fought this case for over 5 years in an attempt to avoid mandatory prison time. In the end I was successful. The charge was reduced to felony reckless driving and the client was placed on probation.

Citizenship Granted (2018)

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client was a citizen of Korea. I walked the client through the citizenship process, filed the citizenship application and attended the interview with the client. Her citizenship was granted after an interview with USCIS.

Citizenship Granted (2018)

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services – Los Angeles, California

Client was a citizen of Mexico. I walked the client through the citizenship process, filed the citizenship application and attended the interview with the client. The client was extremely nervous because of some prior criminal charges for years ago that he had successfully completed his sentences. We were able to show USICS that his criminal history did not prevent him from becoming a United States Citizen. His citizenship was granted after and interview with USCIS.

Misdemeanor Battery charge dismissed (2018)

Las Vegas Justice Court

Client was charged with misdemeanor battery. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the charges after client paid a small fine and completed an online class.

Post Conviction Relief and Appeal Granted (2017)

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

The client, a Mexican citizen, who has a United States Citizen spouse and multiple children who are United States Citizens had been ordered deported from the United States. He had been placed in removal proceedings where he was seeking an opportunity to apply for the ability to stay in the United States with his family. Sadly, the Immigration Judge determined that the client was not eligible for this relief because he had two misdemeanor convictions for petit larceny. I was able to return to state court and persuade the prosecutor to amend the charges to something that did not prevent him from applying for relief in immigration court. At this point his case was on appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. I filed a Motion to Remand the case to the immigration court based upon the successful Post Conviction Relief. That motion was granted and the client is now able to apply for the opportunity to stay in the United States with his family.

Removal Proceedings Closed (2018)

Immigration Court- Las Vegas, Nevada

Client was placed in removal proceedings where the Department of Homeland Security attempted to deport him. He was married to a United States Citizen and had a visa approved based upon that marriage. I was able to get the removal proceedings closed so he could apply for his green card.

Felony drug possession charges dismissed (2018)

Las Vegas Justice Court

Client was charged with Felony drug possession. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the charges with a small fine and an online class.

Conditions on residence removed (2018)

United States Citizenship and Immigration services – Las Vegas, Nevada

Client was married to a United States Citizen and had been granted his lawful permanent residence status with conditions of establishing the validity of his marriage after a two year period. The two years had passed and I walked the client through the process of removing his conditions, prepare and filed the application and the conditions were removed WITHOUT an interview.

Misdemeanor battery charge dismissed (2018)

Las Vegas Justice Court

Client was charged with battery. I was able to convince the district attorney not to proceed with prosecution and the charges were dismissed without a fine or class.

Disclaimer: Past results and/or statements regarding the quality of our work are not necessarily an indication of a future result or experience for any prospective client. All case results are not provided. The facts and circumstances of your case may differ from the facts and circumstances of the cases discussed here. Each case is different and must be individually evaluated based upon the facts and circumstances of the individual case.