Success Stories

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  • D.D.L.C.

    Client received DACA after law firm successfully responded to two Request for Evidence (RFE) and the application had been pending for a year and a half. Read On

  • F.N.H.

    Client, who was previously deported and subject to what is known as the "permanent bar" under INA Sec. 212(a)(9)(C), was successfully represented by Ms. Eissenova in a consular processing case. The client applied for a waiver through a Form I-212 application, which was approved, and his application for an immigrant visa was also approved after an interview at the U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez. Client now has his green card and may immigrate to the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident. Read On

  • D.R.M.

    Client, who is in "withholding only" proceedings, was denied bond for lack of jurisdiction by the Immigration Judge in the Florence Immigration Court. Mr. Green filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus with the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona in Phoenix, in addition to a motion for a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order. The District Court judge granted the motion for preliminary injunction and ordered the Florence Immigration Court to provide the client with a bond hearing. Rebecca Eissenova successfully argued for the client's release. Read On

  • E.M.

    Client, who is in "withholding only" proceedings, was denied bond for lack of jurisdiction by the Immigration Judge in the Florence Immigration Court.  Mr. Green filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus with the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona in Phoenix, in addition to a motion... Read On

  • E.G.V.

    Client, who is in "withholding only" proceedings, was denied bond for lack of jurisdiction by the Immigration Judge in the Florence Immigration Court.  Mr. Green filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus with the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona in Phoenix, in addition to a motion... Read On

  • J.A.G.S.

    After an asylum officer provided client with a negative reasonable fear determination, Ms. Staples successfully advocated and convinced the immigration judge to reverse the asylum officer. Client now is proceeding with his application for Withholding of Removal and relief under the Convention Against Torture (CAT). Read On

  • C.R.G.

    After the law firm previously won cancellation of removal for client in the Eloy Immigration Court, we were also successful in representing her for naturalization. Client, who was previously convicted of aggravated assault, is now a U.S. citizen. Read On

  • R.V.E.

    Non-citizen client charged with third domestic violence offense avoided adverse immigration consequences after successfully negotiating plea agreement to non-deportable offense. Read On

  • G.M.A.

    Successfully advocated for dismissal of DUI charges against non-citizen client in the Marana Municipal Court, thereby avoiding any potentially adverse immigration consequences. Read On

  • C.L.

    Successfully negotiated a diversion disposition for non-citizen client charged with shoplifting in the Tucson City Court, thereby avoiding any adverse immigration consequences. Read On

  • B.G.A.

    Successfully represented client, who was in removal proceedings in the Tucson Immigration Court, by also successfully applying for removal of her conditions on residency with USCIS. Once conditions were removed, proceedings were terminated, and client received her 10 year green card. Read On

  • A.A.R.

    Successfully represented client in Adjustment of Status proceedings. Client, originally from Mexico, successfully adjusted her status through her daughter through a program known as "245(i)" and now has her green card and lives in the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident. Read On

  • M.C.A.T.

    Successfully represented client in Adjustment of Status proceedings. Client, originally from Mexico, now has her green card and lives in the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident. Read On

  • M.S.H.

    Successfully represented client in Adjustment of Status proceedings. Client, originally from Egypt, now has his green card and lives in the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident. Read On

  • A.O.D.

    Successfully secured client's release on bond from the Florence Immigration Court. Then successfully litigated client's application for Convention Against Torture (CAT) relief with the Tucson Immigration Court. Client, who had previously been deported, continues to live in the U.S. with his family. Read On

  • M.C.R.

    After successfully arguing for client's release from detention on bond from the Florence Immigration Court, establishing that he had actually entered the U.S. lawfully, Ms. Evans-Schroeder convinced the Tucson Immigration Court to terminate the case. Client, who had two felony convictions, is now able to proceed with adjustment of status. Read On

  • A.S.

    Successfully argued for Convention Against Torture (CAT) relief for Jamaican Client detained in Eloy. The Immigration Judge in the Eloy Immigration Court granted the client's application, and he was released, and continues to live in the United States. Read On

  • M.F.

    Successfully argued for termination of client's removal proceedings in the Tucson Immigration Court. Client had been convicted of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, but Ms. Evans-Schroeder successfully argued that, under the specific circumstances of the client's case, the Department of Homeland Security could not establish that the conviction was an Aggravated Felony. The Immigration Judge terminated (dismissed) the case. Read On

  • S.A.

    Successfully represented Mexican client with consular processing immigrant visa and provisional waiver applications through U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez. Client now lives in the U.S. with her green card as a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR). Read On

  • M.D.C.Y.

    Successfully represented client in Adjustment of Status proceedings. Client, originally from Mexico, now has her green card and lives in the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident. Read On

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