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U.S. Citizenship
Colombian national with an Aggravated Battery arrest and a pending I-751 to remove the conditions of his residency. Applied for citizenship while the I-751 was still pending. Citizenship granted.
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Our client, a citizen and national of Venezuela, entered the United States as a visitor for pleasure in 2001. He is a graduate of high school and is currently attending college. We applied for DACA and he was approved for deferred action.
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Our client, a Chinese National, was married for less than two years to a United States citizen. Prior to her marriage, she was arrested for Prostitution. The case was dismissed. Although the client was granted conditional residence, her marriage to not last and she was required to apply to remove the conditions with a waiver...
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A woman from Jamaica entered the United States and settled in Broward County, Florida, overstaying her visitor’s visa. She entered into what she thought was a happy marriage with a seemingly, loving, United States citizen husband. They spoke about her becoming a lawful permanent resident through her marriage to him and that he would also...
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We were hired by a gentleman from who resided in Broward County, Florida. He had applied for naturalization previously but had never received a final resolution due to an FBI hit that showed he had an arrest in New York in the 90s. My client was certain he was never arrested in New York and...
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We were hired to represent a woman from the Philippines who was married to a United States citizen but had separated before they reached the two year point in order to file the I-751 and remove the conditions of her residence. Unfortunately, her husband had become abusive and had actually taken most of her corroborating...
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A woman from Morocco, who overstayed her visa, married a naturalized United States citizen, originally from the Philippines. He husband petitioned for her and they attended their first interview with USCIS in Orlando, unrepresented. We were hired, after the first interview, when the couple did not feel it went well and were concerned that the...
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We were hired to represent a couple on their petition for removal of their conditional status, after they were issued a Request for Evidence (RFE) following their initial petition to remove the condition. The husband, the United States citizen, petitioned for his wife, a woman from the Philippines, after meeting her on an overseas Asian...
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We were retained by an Israeli national for an application for U.S. citizenship. Complicating the application was an allegation of abuse of a minor in his native country over 10 years ago. After proving to the USCIS that our client did not have a conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude, USCIS granted citizenship and...
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Same-sex marriage case. Our client, a Colombian National, married his United States citizen spouse and we applied for immigration benefits in the form of a Green Card. After a full interview at USCIS, the case was granted and our client will have his Green Card and permanent resident status.
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