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Soler v U.S. Attorney General, 258 Fed.Appx 295 (11th Cir. 2007)

Case Conclusion Date: 12.10.2007

Practice Area: Immigration

Outcome: Order or Removal Vacated and Client Granted Asylum

Description: While represented by prior counsel, Mr. Bolivar Soler applied for asylum before the Immigration Court which denied his application and ordered him removed (deported) from the United States. The Immigration Court's order was appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals which affirmed the order of removal. Mr. Bolivar Soler then retained our office to file a Petiton For Review with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court found that Mr. Bolivar Soler had established a well founded fear of persecution and that the BIA decision was erroneous. The Court vacated the order of of removal and remanded the case back to the BIA. The BIA subsequently remanded the case back to the Immigration Court which granted Mr. Bolivar Soler asylum in the United States.

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