Success Stories

Mohammad came to us because his Citizenship Application had been pending for more than five years. His prior attorney told him that she could no longer help him. After our office investigated his case, we pushed for a resolution for more than a year and we met with USCIS Officials three times. Mohammad was finally sworn in as a U.S. citizen in December 2012.

Karina, a 10-year old girl, and her family requested our legal services because her father, Jose’s Motion to Reopen his deportation order had been denied. Their prior attorney gave them no options. Our office reviewed the case and convinced ICE Deportation Officers to release him from Farmville. Initially, ICE denied Jose's stay of deportation and ordered him to leave just days before Christmas. Karina wrote a letter to Mrs. Obama that touched the hearts of high-ranking ICE officials and Jose was given a stay. Our office will continue its promise in fighting for more stays to keep Karina's family reunited.

A- has lived in the United States for more than 15 years. She was placed into Removal Proceedings when she was apprehended at the border after an emergency trip back to Mexico. She has a U.S.-Citizen daughter with Down’s Syndrome who receives special educational services that are only available in the United States. Ms. Bazzi helped her to apply for Cancellation of Removal based on hardship to her daughter. After presenting the necessary medical and educational documents, the government attorney agreed that A- should be granted Cancellation of Removal and A- received her green card in October 2012.

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