VAWA — self petition — legal permanent residency
El Salvadorean client granted VAWA and received legal permanent residency. She is married to a United States Citizen who never filed on her behalf and subjected her to domestic violence and financial control. Despite entering the USA illegally, she was able to obtain legal permanent residency by filing a self petition.
DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Numerous clients who filed under DACA have been approved and received valid work permits for the next 2 years. This includes a client with a dui conviction (diversion) and a client with a domestic violence conviction — all equities considered daca was granted. In addition, clients that did not have a high school diploma enrolled in GED classes and had their DACA application approved.
U Visa — Victims of Crime
We have had numerous U visas approved for clients and their families based on some of these crimes that they were a victim of: harassment (domestic violence), assault (domestic violence), felony assault, kidnapping, rape, sexual assault, & robbery.
Consular Processing with Waiver
Numerous clients granted a waiver for unlawful presence in the United States.
Board of Immigration Appeals
Mexican client granted cancellation of removal and his legal permanent residency in the United States after appealing a denial from Immigration Court. The BIA ruled his child would suffer exceptional and extreme hardship if he were removed (deported).
El Salvadorean woman granted asylum after entering the United States and seeking refuge based on domestic violence by her husband in El Salvador. She was granted asylum and her petitions for her two children under 21 years of age in El Salvador were also recently approved.