Partner Christina Lee spoke on a panel about forms of relief of removal in immigration court in this year’s national conference hosted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In the session “Relief from Removal: Cancellation and Asylum” the panel discussed other forms of relief such as The Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA),
Category: Deportation Defense
Maria Mendoza-Sanchez, an oncology nurse and mother of four children in Oakland, was deported in 2017 under new Trump Administration policies. Since then, Becker & Lee LLP has assisted Maria Mendoza-Sanchez in obtaining an approved H-1B petition and also helped with the processing of a 212(d)3 waiver which was filed this week at the US
This two-part training is designed to provide immigration attorneys with the basic tools necessary to represent detained clients during bond hearings, and also the knowledge to zealously advocate for clients who may be subject to prolonged detention.
In a 2-1 decision from the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on March 24, 2016, the court struck down part of an immigration law that made it very difficult for a person who habitually and excessively drinks alcohol to fight deportation. The court’s majority stated that alcoholism has long been recognized as a medical
Attorneys and immigration advocates have reported a high number of deportation orders since October 2013 against children who did not appear in court. Many of these children were never properly notified of their hearing date under the current immigration court process. Hearing notices in cases like these have been reported to arrive late, at the