Immigration Case Results

Here you will find our most recent and notable immigration case results. Contact us today to schedule a personal consultation with an immigration attorney.

Immigration Case Expedited for Urgent Humanitarian Reasons

Our bilingual immigration attorney in Greensboro, Devon Senges, helped a local woman get an expedited immigration process for “urgent humanitarian reasons”. We usually see these expedited processes granted in cases such as a dying spouse with a week to live. Except, in this case, there was no dying spouse. The woman was stuck in Mexico [...]

Immigration Case Expedited for Urgent Humanitarian Reasons2019-03-27T13:00:45-04:00

DACA Awarded to Young DREAMer in NC

Our Greensboro immigration attorney successfully obtained DACA for a young DREAMer who the government said lacked the proper documentation to prove he qualified. Our attorney won the case by working collaboratively with her client to come up creative ways to show he qualified despite lack of 'traditional' documentation that many immigrants lack due to their legal [...]

DACA Awarded to Young DREAMer in NC2019-04-17T17:34:00-04:00

Four years of Separation over.

Our Greensboro immigration attorney successfully reunited a client with his wife and young daughter after the family had endured nearly four years of heartbreaking separation. The U.S. embassy had falsely accused the United States Citizen and his wife of having a "sham" marriage and had denied the wife's visa. Our attorney was able to overcome the denial and reverse the mix-up by slashing through years bureaucratic red [...]

Four years of Separation over.2019-04-11T15:35:14-04:00

Family Reunited

Our Greensboro immigration attorney successfully reunited three United States Citizens with their parents after U.S. immigration laws forced them to live apart for over ten years. Nuestra abogada de inmigración en Greensboro reunió exitosamente a tres ciudadanos de los Estados Unidos con sus padres después de que las leyes de inmigración de los Estados Unidos [...]

Family Reunited2019-04-11T15:35:38-04:00