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Deportation Defense
Political Asylum – Individual requesting political asylum due to persecution in his home country on account of his sexual orientation. Individual placed in deportation proceedings before an Immigration Judge. Case presented before the Immigration Judge in Miami, Florida. Case granted.
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Political Asylum – Individual from Iran was persecuted due to his practice of the Baha’i Faith. Mr. Goldstein represented this individual at the Asylum Unit in Miami, Florida. this individual will not have to return to Iran.
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Lawful Permanent Resident convicted in 1988 of trafficking in cocaine. Applied for affirmative 212(c) Waiver before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Granted 212(c) and avoided deportation proceeding
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Our client, a native and citizen of Brazil entered the United States on Novemeber 29, 1991. He was referred to Immigration Court in Miami, Florida and we applied for cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents based on hardship to his United States citizen children, one of which was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Besides...
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Cuban National was denied a green card by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The USCIS claimed that they had reason to believe that he was a drug trafficker because of an arrest that resulted in dropped charges. The client was referred to an Immigration Judge. After a full hearing, the Immigration Judge correctly found...
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Our client was ordered removed from the United States in 2004. He married his current wife and they have a child together. We applied for a family-based visa which was granted. We then asked the Office of Chief Counsel to agree to reopen the old removal case so that our client could obtain his green...
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Our client feared returning to her native country due to her fear of torture by the government or by groups that the government is unwilling or unable to control. The burden of proof in these cases is high because if the Immigration Judge finds that the alien will be tortured if returned to his or...
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Our client is a National of Brazil who is the father of a severely brain-damaged child. The evidence of hardship was overwhelming in this case; however, there were issues regarding possible past immigration violations that could impact on our client’s good moral character, which is a requirement for cancellation of removal. After lengthy testimony, the...
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Our client was denied a green card before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service and the Immigration Court due to an issue of immigration fraud. We appealed the denial, first, to the Boward of Immigration Appeals and then to the Eleventh Circuit Federal Court of Appeals. The Federal Appeal Court found in our favor...
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Our client was detained at the Krome Service Processing Center facing deportation. We presented a cancellation of removal case in immigration court which was complicated by the fact that our client was somewhat developmentally impaired. After a lengthy hearing, the Immigration Judge granted our application and our client retained his green card and was released...
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