Recently, our office received an order reopening deportation proceedings for a Mexican couple in Polk County who had been fighting removal for a very long time. Their application for cancellation of removal had been denied and appealed, sent back to the Immigration Judge and denied again.
They appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (“Board”) and their appeal was denied. Hardship to their United States citizen children had not been fully presented before the Immigration Judge or the Board and with the assistance of updated medical records, school records and various reports from experts with involvement with the children’s situation, our clients’ cases have been reopened for further review. This case is another example of a case that was handled by another attorney who did not provide a the kind of comprehensive overview of the hardship that would be caused if our clients were deported to Mexico.
Our office contacted the doctors, teachers, therapists and others directly involved with the day to day progress for each of this couple’s children and with a number of persuasive motions our office convinced the Board that further review of their claim was warranted. Even if a case has previously been denied, that does not mean that help may not still be available. Call our office and put the years of experience that our attorneys have to work for you. Our staff is experienced in both immigration matters and in matters relating to the potential hardships facing children whose parents may be deported. Call us and put that experience to work for you.