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Aliens who are admitted under parole are usually persons the Immigration Service considers questionable, that is, the Adjustment of Status Act (INA 245(a)) authorizes the Attorney General to adjust the status of any alien who was inspected and admitted or paroled into the United States. Previously almost all parolees were placed in removal proceeding and...
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Immigrants who come to the U.S. and who have not understood the financial difficulties of life in the U.S. or who are not capable of providing for their families often find themselves in financial straits. If they have children born here, the burden of paying for the costs of doctors, hospitals and nursing services frequently...
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A remedy aside from Mandamus is Coram Nobis to correct immigration injustice.Under federal court rules a petitioner must prove: the circumstances requiring this remedy to bring about a just result; why relief is not otherwise available; and that a petitioner continues to suffer legal consequences from a conviction that may only be remedied by this...
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Individuals who have experienced delays in the processing of their immigrant visas or naturalization applications, may use Mandamus to resolve the delay. We have considerable success with this remedy. Over the past two to three years, the Immigration Service has not fulfilled its responsibilities to promptly schedule immigration and naturalization interviews. Mandamus may be invoked...
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A spouse or child subjected to extreme cruelty or battery may self petition for permanent residence. Evidence that the marriage was entered into in good faith must be shown. A self petitioning child must be under 21 when filing the application but will still be eligible even if the application is adjudicated after the child...
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