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Isaul Verdin

Isaul Verdin’s Legal Cases

23 total

  • Immigration & Customs Enforcement v. Nandoo

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Aug 23, 2010
    Outcome:
    Immigration Judge Sims terminated removal proceedings
    Description:
    Respondent placed in removal proceedings for fraud in obtaining admission documents. Our defense strategy was to contest that the government did not have the sufficient evidence to prove the fraud. Government finally agreed to join us in a motion to terminate proceedings. Thereafter, we are seeking adjustment of status through USCIS.
  • United States Dept. of Homeland Sec. v. Berman

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Nov 23, 2010
    Outcome:
    Judge Richard Ozmun granted Termination.
    Description:
    Respondent placed in removal proceedings for allegedly entering country through fraud or misrepresentation. We argued for termination to allow Respondent to present adjustment and waiver before USCIS based on judicial economy.
  • US Dept. of Homeland Security vs. Alvarez

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jun 02, 2011
    Outcome:
    212c waiver granted
    Description:
    On the first individual hearing the Judge denied the 212c waiver for the Respondent who had been convicted of drug trafficking. Respondent appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals. The BIA remanded the case to the lower court. On the 2nd individual hearing, Judge Vahid-Tehrani granted the 212c waiver.
  • United States vs. Perez

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Sep 22, 2011
    Outcome:
    Judge Nugent Granted LPR Cancellation of Removal
    Description:
    Respondent placed in proceedings for conviction for drug possession.
  • United States v. Escutia

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Dec 22, 2011
    Outcome:
    Judge Hladylowicz granted LPR Cancellation of Removal
    Description:
    Respondent charged with drug possession. In addition, respondent was convicted for another drug possession charge during proceedings.
  • United States v. Delgado

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jan 24, 2012
    Outcome:
    Judge Kimball granted Non Permanent Resident Cancellation of Removal
    Description:
    Immigration Judge Kimball granted Cancellation of Removal for Non Permanent Resident based on Qualifying Relative suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder related to combat experiences.
  • United States v. Martinez

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jan 26, 2012
    Outcome:
    Immigration Judge Nugent granted readjustment with 212h waiver
    Description:
    Government charged respondent as aggravated felon. Negotiated with Trial Attorney to strike aggravated felony charge and charge as a crime involving moral turpitude. Relief: 212h waiver with a readjustment.
  • United States v. Mena

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    May 15, 2012
    Outcome:
    Judge Sims granted Readjustment with a 212h waiver
    Description:
    Immigration Judge Sims granted a readjustment with a 212h waiver when the respondent demonstrated extreme hardship to his qualifying relatives.
  • United States v. Ayala

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jul 17, 2012
    Outcome:
    Judge Nugent granted Cancellation waiver
    Description:
    Respondent had a prior removal order and was about to be deported. Verdin Law Firm filed a Motion to Reopen the case based on prior counsel's ineffective assistance. The court granted the motion to reopen, and allowed client to submit an application for cancellation of removal.
  • United States v. Espinal

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    May 28, 2013
    Outcome:
    Dallas Immigration Judge Kimball granted the Cancellation of Removal Waiver
    Description:
    Respondent, a long-term permanent resident, was placed in proceedings for committing two crimes involving moral turpitude. Respondent had been convicted of two shoplifting offenses. Our firm argued that offenses were committed more than 10 years ago and that the Respondent was completely rehabilitated.