Client who came to the US in the early 80s. In the mid 90s he was convicted for delivery of a controlled substance. Because he is a resident, he was able to apply for cancellation of removal. We were able to convince the judge that even though his conviction was a serious one, he deserved to stay in the country. Client is now out of the detention center with his wife and children who are U.S. citizens.
Case approved based on marriage (USC wife petitioned for Mexican husband). The case was initially denied (applied on their own) because USCIS thought they didn't have enough proof of cohabitation and there were discrepancies during the initial interview (USCIS was claiming marriage fraud). Sebastian re-filed everything, went to interview, and case got approved.
Obtained bond for a client who was convicted for burglary of habitation in 1992. He has USC children in the country and no other convictions. He will be applying for adjustment of status based on a petition his oldest child will file. He will require a waiver because of his old conviction.
Obtained regular citizenship and another adjustment of status (U.S. citizenship filing for child under 21) granted.