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.
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.
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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.