Recently, Attorney Tamar Jones and our team at Fayad Law, P.C. were able to help a client obtain an administrative closure of removal proceedings so that he could remain in the country with his wife and child. The man had originally entered the U.S. without a valid status, but since that time has gotten married to a U.S. citizen and the couple has had a child together.
As no immigration paperwork was completed at the time to adjust his status, the man was eventually placed into removal proceedings. When the couple hired our firm, we worked quickly to file a Form I-130, Alien Relative Petition on his behalf. Once the petition was approved we were able to get our client’s removal proceedings closed administratively.
As a result, he will now be able to apply for a Provisional Waiver to demonstrate the hardship his wife would be forced to endure if he had to return to Mexico. While he awaits a final decision on the waiver, he will be allowed to remain with his family without fear of deportation or other immigration actions being taken against him.
In regards to the case, Attorney Jones said: “I am very pleased with this outcome for our client and look forward to assisting them through the remainder of the process!”
If you have been placed in removal proceedings, we recommend you act quickly to get legal counsel from one of the skilled immigration attorneys at Fayad Law, P.C. Our attorneys have more than 30 years combined experience and we are all dedicated to providing the highest quality, effective representation in immigration legal issues, including deportation and removal defense.
Our attorneys understand what you are going through, and what needs to be done to help you avoid deportation. We work closely with our clients throughout the entire immigration process and we are committed to being there when you need us the most. Call our law firm today to find out more about how we can help you solve your legal problem.
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