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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.
Successfully obtained adjustment of status and permanent residence for an Indian national who had been ordered deported and then reentered the United States illegally by arguing that the case fell under an extremely limited statutory exception. The case was further complicated by the fact that the client had 10 arrests and had been married 4 times.
Successfully obtained waivers for reentry after deportation, unlawful presence and misrepresentation for a Pakistani national processing his case at the United States Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan. The case had been delayed due to the State Department's belief that the client was misrepresenting the fact about his prior residency in the United States.
Obtained an H1B visa stamp in 6 weeks for a Pakistani Doctor who was completing his medical residency in a New York hospital. He had been stuck in Pakistan for several months after taking a short vacation to see his family, due to "security checks and administrative processing". Due to this lengthy involuntary absence, he was in danger of losing his hospital residency and suffering great financial hardship such as getting evicted from his home in the United States when we stepped in as his new counsel and quickly and successfully resolved the issue.
Successfully moved the Court to terminate Removal proceedings for our Jamaican client. The man was a long time permanent resident who had obtained this status fraudulently. The case was extremely difficult because it involved a prior deportation order as well as multiple allegations of fraud and misrepresentation.
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.
Obtained an $800,000 medical malpractice settlement from a Doctor for a young Bangladeshi man who lost nearly all of his eyesight in one eye due to an incorrect diagnosis which failed to detect his glaucoma. The case was extremely difficult due to the client's pre-existing eye problems
Richard Toscano Esq.
Global Legal Services - servicios legales globales
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.
Had 2 felony convictions for theft, theft of credit cards and unlawful use of credit cards vacated in Superior Court, New Jersey for constitutional and legal defects. As a result, the client, a young Pakistani man, was able to be released on bond from his previously lengthy detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.