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September 14, 2020

Wonderful win in Elizabeth Immigration Court: Mexican mother of two small children obtains Immigration Judge’s decision awarding permanent resident status because her children would suffer “exceptional and extremely unusual hardship” if she were removed to Mexico.

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August 24, 2019

That’s what The National Association of Immigration Judges, https://www.naij-usa.org/, appears to be saying in the attached Press Release: 

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BREAKING: STATEMENT BY IMMIGRATION JUDGES UNION ON MAJOR

CHANGE ANNOUNCED TO IMMIGRATION COURTS

August 24, 2019

Statement b...

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UPDATE: On November 21, 2017 the Immigration Judge in Hartford – who had previously ordered my clients from the Democratic Republic of Congo removed (deported) twice – responded to the Board of Immigration Appeals reversal of his most recent orders of removal by signin...

June 23, 2017

The client is a citizen of Sierra Leone who entered the United States as a asylee (a person granted asylum) in 1999 and who was granted lawful permanent resident status in 2005.  The client was granted "cancellation of removal" in Newark Immigration Court on June 15, 2...

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