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March 08, 2005

Court in Chicago

At the hearing before Immigration Judge Vinikoor my client receive an order adjusting his status to permanent residency status after a hearing where the Judge determined that he was not inadmissible due an unlawful conviction of a non-authorized military court in his home country. The Judge had previously ruled that his marriage was a good faith marriage even though he had married after being placed into immigration court proceedings. This case was a great example of using current communication tools; my Blackberry to communicate by phone and e-mail; using web based research to support my web based processing; for example I found different articles referring around the world which supported my client's case. The judge referred to the article and cases in his ruling. This case will be how immigration attorneys will handled cases in the future.

Posted by VisaLawyer at March 8, 2005 12:00 AM


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