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Criminal:

  • Successfully obtained a plea of Simple Possession of a Controlled Substance in a case prosecuted by the Special Narcotics Bureau where a Dominican man was arrested with a large quantity of heroin and accused of Heroin Distribution, Sale and Trafficking


  • Obtained a “time served” sentence for our Indian client from Curacao in a Federal Multinational Smuggling case in the Southern District of  New York.


  • Obtained a “dismissal” of all charges in the Federal Credit Card Fraud/Money Laundering case of our Pakistani client in the Southern District of New York.

Accidents:


  • A $3.5 million settlement after mediation in a medical malpractice case where a physician incorrectly set a broken bone in the arm of a seven year old boy.

  • A $1.5 million dollar verdict after trial where an undocumented driver’s legs were severely damaged when the company truck he was driving rolled back on him due to faulty brakes.

Recent Case Victories

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Immigration:


  • Permanent residence granted to the Pakistani applicant after briefs were submitted  
    arguing that his felony conviction was not a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude.

  • We obtained the release of a Pakistani man detained by ICE for a year after his prior  
    attorney told him to “sign a paper to leave the country since you are not eligible for release”.

  • Permanent residence granted under Cancellation of Removal (aka “10 Year Case”) to the Portuguese applicant who had a U.S. citizen wife and children.

  • A 601A waiver granted to a Mexican woman who obtained her immigrant visa at the
    U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

  • A 601A waiver granted to an Indian woman who obtained her immigrant visa at the
    U.S. Consulate in New Delhi, India.

  • A 601A waiver granted to a Jamaican girl who obtained her immigrant visa at the U.S.
    Consulate in Kingston, Jamaica.

  • Permanent residence granted to a Pakistani woman as an “abused spouse” after her
    husband seriously and emotionally mistreated her.

  • Permanent residence granted by the Immigration Judge to a Dominican man after we
    successfully argued that his felony conviction was not an aggravated felony.​

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