Congratulations to Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. Immigration Attorney Marshall J. Goff for recently obtaining his license to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit Court. The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit is one of the 13 federal appellate courts in the United States. The court was.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) is a sub-agency under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). ICE recently announced it is detaining 52,000 immigrants in jails and prisons around the United States. Congress has only appropriated funding to manage a daily average of around 45,000 beds until the end of September 2019. This discrepancy.
Phil Bryant has signed the Criminal Justice Reform Act in Mississippi. The act takes effect on July 1, 2019, and includes numerous changes. Some of the changes include the addition of the term “intervention” courts, which will allow the expansion and usage of mental-health courts or courts geared explicitly to helping military veterans. The act.
It seems like everyone I know is getting married these days. Wedding bells are ringing for couples all across the United States. My wife and I even got in on the madness when we were married last year. The wedding planning, registering for showers, and picking out invitations is enough stress for anyone. Some couples.
Can You Help My Detained Friend Get Parole From A Detention Center? A detainee at the South Texas Detention Center in Pearsall, TX needed representation in securing parole. Parole had already been submitted and denied twice, and the Deportation Officer didn’t appear likely to consider parole again for this client. Through persistence, the Deportation.
Can You Get A Negative Credible Fear Determination If You Have A Political Opinion Asylum Claim? An Indian National was detained at the Tallahatchie County, Mississippi Detention Center. He had just received a negative credible fear asylum finding and he was upset. He called his friend, and told him, “If I return to India I.
HOW WE GOT A NEGATIVE CREDIBLE FEAR DETERMINATION REVERSED AND OUR CLIENT RELEASED ON PAROLE. A Cuban national was first detained at the Tallahatchie Detention Center in Tutwiler, Mississippi after capture and arrest at the border for trying to enter the United States without entry or inspection. After being detained at the Tallahatchie Detention Center,.
We want to say congratulations to our Immigration legal team on getting a negative credible fear determination reversed. Congratulations to our team that worked tirelessly to fight for our client and got him the results he deserved. Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. Immigration Team fights for each and every one of their clients for the resolution.
Can I Still File An I-130 If My Family Resides Within Travel Banned Countries? The simple answer is, yes. As a United States Citizen and Legal Permanent Resident (green card holder) you can still petition for your family in Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen by filing an I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. There has.