As a Boston immigration lawyer, I help many in the Haitian community with immigration issues. When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, the Obama Administration and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services did the right thing by granting Temporary Protective Status to Haitians living in the U.S.Read more →
Archive for May 2010
As an Boston immigration lawyer and expert on the marriage-based green card process, I was quoted in today’s Boston Globe article discussing marriage fraud and earlier in a Boston Herald article. I also appeared on The Boston Channel, WCVB Channel 5 news discussing deportation and sham marriages. You can watch the news video here. And you can read my blog on marriage fraud and green cards here.
The Boston Globe article looks at the immigration problems of 3 Pakistanis whom the Department of Homeland Security has detained in connection with the Times Square bombing. According to media reports, they are facing the prospect of deportation or removal from the United States and are appearing in Boston Immigration Court before Immigration Judge Robin Feder. Each are married to U.S. citizens. But attorneys from Immigration and Customs Enforcement allege that the marriages are fraudulent.Read more →
As an immigration lawyer in Boston, this case must be one of my most unusual. I appeared on Boston’s Channel 5 news in connection with a bizarre incident that happened to one of my former clients. Click on this link here to read the story and watch the video.
Sure the story is strange. But my former immigration client–who I helped get U.S. citizenship–did the right thing. He remained calm. And he called 9-11. Fortunately, surveillance cameras captured everything.
All in all, I was happy to step in and help my former immigration client.Read more →