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May 19, 2005

cease and desist letter; Carmen Ceja/Ceja Enterprises, Inc.

On Wednesday I receive an e-mail from the AILA mid-south listserve from attorney Sean Lewis which read "I have a client that went to a "notario" who completely botched her case. Bar Counsel at EOIR has issued a cease and desist against Carmen Ceja, CEJA Enterprises, Inc. from representing aliens before the EOIR/DHS. If anyone has any information regarding further action by this outfit, please contact me as soon as possible. Thanks, Sean Lewis". So I called Sean to obtain a copy of the cease and desist letter. According to Jennifer J. Barnes, Bar Counsel of the EOIR Carmen Ceja/Ceja Enterprises, Inc. has never been recognized as an organization pursuant to 8 C.F.R. ยง 292.(a); to be recognized an organization must be "non-profit". So I went to the website for the Tennessee Secretary of State at www.tennesseeanytime.org. Under department I selected Secretary of State and submitted Ceja, Enterprises, Inc. for a search. The details revealed; TYPE* CORPORATION, FOR PROFIT. So Ceja Enterprises, Inc. could not be recognized by the EOIR as Ceja is a for profit entity. If you have suffered in your immigration case at the hands of non-registered person or business send me a comment.

Posted by VisaLawyer at May 19, 2005 06:34 AM


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