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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Outstanding Immigration Lawyer||Brazilian Immigration Center||2010|
|Mentor of the Year for Immigration Lawyers||Political Asylum Representation Project||2001|
|Attorney||Immigration Attorney Nelson Brill||1986 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild||Past Board Member and Member||1985 - Present|
|marriage case #1||Case approved for permanent resident status|
|citizenship case||Citizenship case approved|
|See all legal cases|
|Northeastern University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1985|
|Cornell University||Philosophy||Bachelor of Arts||1980|
|Immigration Problem Solving Sessions||Immigration Advice||2016|
Posted by Vladimir
This review is long overdue, matter of fact it has been roughly 20 years or back in 1996-97 when I hired Nelson to represent my asylum case in front of immigration judge in Boston court.
I have consulted a few immigration attorneys prior meeting Nelson but all I heard from them is that I have a very good chances winning this case with them, that they will gladly accept it and work my case and if necessary take it to a Supreme court to fight for me ( as long as I pay their hourly rate).
Nelson however, after reviewing my case told me bluntly that there is nothing "winning" about it’s a loser case and it will take extraordinary amount of work to build this case where it should be in order to have some chance of winning it.
To summarize it, I just want to say that he did win my case and it changed my life.
For that, Nelson, I will always be thankful to you.
Posted by DJ
His prompt answer even away from his office was exceptional. His answer was useful and assisted me in taking the right future steps in my case.