PRLog (Press Release)
- Mar. 1, 2013 -
Attorney Frank Guerra and Attorney Brian Johnson are immigration attorneys who know how to get results for their clients. They understand that each case is unique with the variety of personal issues people face when dealing with immigration authorities and the strict laws. Guerra & Johnson, P.C. represents clients in all types of immigration matters including employment immigration, family immigration, removal defense, and naturalization. For more than 20 years, they have helped clients with their legal needs. The recent case win for a client demonstrates how a non-citizen facing criminal charges can benefit from representation by an experienced immigration attorney.
In January of 2013, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement granted a request to a client facing criminal charges. The elderly female non-citizen client who had resided in the U.S. for a long time took a trip abroad and was detained by the Customs and Border Protection when she attempted to reenter the country in Houston, Texas. With a prior felony grand theft conviction in California, she was found inadmissible under Section 212(a)(2)(A)(
i)(l). The client was unaware that her prior criminal conviction would stop her from being allowed back into the U.S. The client has health problems and the Immigration authorities treated her case justly by granting her humanitarian parole. The agency found her situation worthy of consideration as she was determined to be neither a security risk, threat to the community nor a risk of absconding. Immigration enforcement reviews on a case-by-case basis. The client was granted the opportunity to reunite with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in San Diego in a non-detained setting while the removal proceedings continue.
Some immigration issues and situation are simple and move through the process smoothly. Others can be complicated with endless red tape and barriers. The attorneys realize the need to pursue the best possible case results for their clients.
Take this opportunity to visit the firm online or call to get help with an immigration issue. You can reach an experienced San Diego immigration attorney at: http://www.gjpclaw.com