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Withholding of removal after 5 previous deportations
Client was detained at border for illegal entry and had previous order
of deportation reinstated. Filed claim of withholding of removal due to
fear of persecution in home country based on imputed nationality. While
client was technically a national of his home country, we successfully
argued that due to the time he spent in the US between his deportations
and his immediate family members being US citizens, he was an imputed
national of the United States. Client was granted Withholding of Removal
upon completion of trial.
Complex Transaction 3 Adjacent Parcels of Land with mixed Corporate/Personal owners
Three adjacent parcels of land, two commercially zone and one residential
all owned by different corporate entities consisting of similar shareholders
with varying percentages of ownership. Shareholders retained our firm
to complete a transaction to sell the properties to a third party with
a majority Shareholder maintaining equitable ownership interest.
Extension of H-1b when Beneficiary spent 6 months of eligible time on B2 Visa
Client was out of country for 6 months dealing with death in the family
during his H-1b eligibility. H-1B status was to expire in January 2015.
Applied for an extension arguing that beneficiary was still eligible to
receive time towards an extension of H-1b Status due to time Beneficiary
was outside of country and/or on B2 Visa. Was granted a 6 month extension,
during which Beneficiary’s PERM Appeal will be pending for over
one year and Beneficiary will look to extend beyond the 6 year limit for
Preparation and execution of Stock Purchase Agreement for $35 Million.
International Client with large company purchased shares valued at $35
million of a publically traded company which also owed an outstanding
debt to Client’s company. Converted the debt into additional shares,
completed transaction in compliance with all rules and regulations in
accordance with SEC.
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