Clewiston immigration lawyer Magdalena Cuprys obtains release on bond for detained Mexican citizen
Immigration Court grants release on bond for Mexican citizen with several traffic offenses and one drug paraphernalia conviction on the record
By: Cuprys & Associates
Ms. Cuprys successfully argued that C.S.M. should be released on bond even though he did not have strong family ties in the community. It is within the discretion of the Attorney General to release on bond a detained foreign citizen who is not subject to mandatory detention. The factors for setting an immigration bond include stable employment history, length of residence in the community, family ties, any record of non-appearance in immigration proceedings, and previous criminal or immigration law violations.
After hearing from Ms. Cuprys, the Immigration Court in Miami, Florida, granted C.S.M.'s release on bond. Ms. Cuprys commented that "we are glad that the Immigration Court agreed with our arguments that C.S.M. should be released on bond. While some of C.S.M.'s personal choices may not have been the best, it is clear from the record that he has a job in construction job and is sufficiently integrated in the Community to work through these issues." The underlying case is "C.S.M., #A215755___."
*** Magdalena Ewa Cuprys is the principal attorney of Serving Immigrants, a full-service immigration law firm offering a complete range of immigration services to both businesses and individuals.
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