Magdalena Cuprys, Esq. obtains release on reduced bond for detained Bangladesh citizen

Immigration Court in Florida releases client of immigration attorney Magdalena Ewa Cuprys during deportation proceeding; a "battered spouse" petition is pending.
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CLEWISTON, Fla. - May 2, 2019 - PRLog -- Immigration lawyer Magdalena Ewa Cuprys achieved the release of a Bangladesh citizen on reduced bond. The client, O.B.S., is originally from Bangladesh and came to the U.S. in 2012. He married a U.S. citizen and filed for immigration. That immigration case did not go smoothly. USCIS conducted a very thorough to ensure that the marriage was not just a ploy to immigrate to the U.S. Also, USCIS conducted a so-called "bed check" where officers appear at the home to check whether the relationship is real. USCIS then approved the immigration case for O.B.S. But the relationship with his spouse went sour; O.B.S. suffered abuse and filed a "battered spouse" petition (called "I-360), which is still pending. O.B.S. was detained for deportation from the U.S. The initial bond was set so high that O.B.S. could not afford to pay it.

Attorney Magdalena Cuprys filed a Motion for Bond Re-Determination, which the Immigration Court in Pompano Beach granted on April 29, 2019.

Ms. Cuprys successfully argued that O.B.S. should be released on bond even because of his 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 O.B.S.'s release on a reduced bond. Ms. Cuprys commented that "we are thankful that the Immigration Court agreed with our arguments that O.B.S. should be released on a reduced bond. Also, the record shows that the marriage with his U.S. citizen wife, even though it did not work out, was a legitimate one."

*** 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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