On March 6, 2008, Attorney Stewart Lin helped a young client of our office obtained the approval from the US Immigration Judge for adjustment of status, and finished over two years of court ordeal for this client.
Our client in this case is now just a freshman in college. He came to the US from a middle-east country and was adopted by a US citizen couple. Nevertheless, before his adopting parents had the chance to apply for adjustment of status for him in the USCIS, he was picked up by the BICE and put into removal proceeding. Although he was released, he was put under supervision and had to report to the USCIS every month.
With the case in immigration court, Attorney Stewart Lin helped our client regroup everything. Firstly, the I-130 was filed. Then brief was filed to the court to rebut the Motion to Dismiss filed by the government and get the chance for the I-130 to be adjudicated by the USCIS. Eventually, in the merit hearing of March 6, 2008, we proved the eligibility of the young man for adjustment of status, and obtained the grant and congratulation from the presiding judge.
Over the years, attorneys of Lin & Valdez have represented hundreds of clients in asylum and immigration court proceedings seeking release, bonding, asylum, withholding of removal, adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, or other relieves allowed by the Immigration and Naturalization Act. This case is just another example of our good work in immigration court. If you are facing removal in immigration court, contact us immediately. As we always say, the help you need is just a click away!