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A Dominican National was granted Deferral under the Convention Against Torture (CAT).

Deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture (CAT) is a from of immigration relief in which an order of removal is entered against an individual, but the immigration judge also orders the government not to remove or deport the individual because there is a  likelihood of torture in the home country.

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March 11, 2019 Categories: Immigration

Tunisian Citizen Granted Naturalization after Complicated Court Mix-Up.

A Tunisian man who had resided in the area in Lawful Status was in danger of being denied Naturalization based on out dated court information. The case was really a non-case, involving an alleged domestic dispute in one county and the man lived in another. The charges were dismissed but the man never got notice that he needed to appear as it was sent to a previous address. A warrant was lodged and his application for citizenship over a decade latter was in jeopardy. The man Hired Mr. Lynch to sort the mishap out and he is now, after several years of turmoil, a United States Citizen.

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March 11, 2019 Categories: Immigration

State College man granted Adjustment after Aggravated Felony.

State College Entrepreneur granted Adjustment of Status after Government determines Aggravated Felony. Attorney Lynch asked for relief in the form of a Waiver of inadmissability.

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March 6, 2019 Categories: Immigration