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Naresh M Gehi
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Naresh Gehi’s Legal Cases

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  • Client Receives Green Card Regardless of Harsh Claims

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Outcome:
    Client obtained green card
    Description:
    A client who is a native of Jamaica received his green card despite claims by an adjudications officer that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has no record of his lawful entry into the U.S., even though the client has his original I-94, visa and stamped passport. Gehi& Associates helped with the paperwork and accompanied the client to the adjustment interview where we submitted the I-94 and copies of the visa and passport. In a very short while, the client obtained his green card and is now living happily with his wife. Attorney Advertisement.Gehi& Associates does not offer any guarantee of case results. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
  • Client Receives Settlement After Wrongful Termination

    Practice Area:
    Employment and labor
    Outcome:
    Client receives a generous settlement
    Description:
    Client retained Gehi & Associates for the purposes of negotiating a settlement agreement between the client and her former employer for wrongful termination and employment discrimination. After weeks of settlement negotiation with the client's former employer, the firm was able to secure a generous settlement agreement for the client. Attorney Advertisement. Gehi & Associates does not offer any guarantee of case results. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
  • Motion To Reopen A Case Is Granted to Client

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Outcome:
    The case was reopened
    Description:
    Client retained Gehi & Associates to file for an asylum application. After discovering that the client had an outstanding order of deportation entered against him from 1996 for failure to appear to a hearing he never received notice for, the firm worked tirelessly to reopen his case. In this situation, the client was a victim of fraud by someone who posed as an attorney and filed an asylum application on his behalf without consent. The firm worked to reopen the case based on the case’s extraordinary circumstances. The motion to reopen was granted. Attorney Advertisement. Gehi & Associates does not offer any guarantee of case results. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
  • Gehi & Associates Clears Client's Credit Without Entering Into Bankruptcy

    Practice Area:
    Credit repair
    Outcome:
    Client's credit is cleared
    Description:
    filing bankruptcy for a third time would have on the clients credit rating, looked into other creative solutions to solving the clients credit problems. The client was drowning in debt, outstanding judgments and harassing phone calls from creditors to his home and work. Mr. Gehi personally spoke to the creditors and settled all of his outstanding accounts. The client only had to pay a very small portion of his debt and now has good credit thanks to Mr. Gehi. The client is now living a joyous life free from harassment from unscrupulous creditors. Attorney Advertisement. Gehi & Associates does not offer any guarantee of case results. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
  • Complex marriage-based adjustment of status

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Mar 08, 2016
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    Gehi & Associates was retained after client surrendered her green card at the US-Canada Border. Client previously had a conditional green card but after being forced to surrender her green card, had to reapply. With the help of our firm, the client collected documents and evidence, prepared an application for her green card, and submitted a re-application. Our attorneys and paralegals prepared our client extensively for her interview and our client aced the interview after close and aggressive questioning by an Officer. Our client was happy to report she received her green card a mere two weeks after her interview.
  • Client Receives US Green Card After Deportation Is Overturned

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Feb 02, 2016
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    Gehi & Associates recently learned that one of its clients was granted lawful permanent resident status in the U.S. after a long, complicated trajectory. She had entered the US from Guyana in 2002 and was placed in removal proceedings on the basis that she had lied to US immigration officials about her true purpose in entering the US. She did not receive notice of a hearing before the Immigration Court, and she was ordered removed without her knowledge, for failure to appear at the hearing. The representation by Gehi & Associates began in 2012, when the firm sent a request for a joint motion to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The request was successful. A joint motion was submitted to the Immigration Court so that the client would be able to pursue adjustment of status through her US citizen husband, and the motion was granted by the Immigration Court. While DHS was considering the request for a joint motion to reopen, Gehi & Associates submitted a request for a stay of removal to US Enforcement and Removal Operations. The stay of removal was granted. The client was now free to attend an interview on the I-130 petition that her US citizen husband had filed on her behalf, without any danger of being detained by ERO on the basis of the removal order against her. She attended the interview and the I-130 petition was approved. The Immigration Court granted the motion to reopen, as well as a subsequent motion to terminate the removal proceedings so that her I-485 application for adjustment of status could be filed with USCIS. USCIS requested a Form I-601 waiver application due to the alleged fraud with which DHS had charged her during the removal proceedings. Gehi & Associates submitted the I-601 waiver application, and within about one month it was approved by USCIS. The client received her lawful permanent resident card in the mail several days later.
  • Reapplication for Admission Granted

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jan 05, 2016
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    Gehi & Associates was retained by a couple who faced difficulties in immigration court due to conflicts within their marriage. The couple married and like most newlywed couples, needed time to adjust to their new home and new relationship. One spouse sought the comfort of her family and facing separation, the other spouse rescinded his application. While the couple attempted to resolve their marital issues and child-raising issues, the immigrant spouse was ordered removed from the United States. Age, a longing for each other, an increased respect for household commitment, and a shared sense of responsibility to their child contributed to the couple’s decision to renew their marriage vows and be a family once more. The US-citizen spouse sought our help in rebuilding his family and reapplying for his wife’s admission into the United States despite the order of removal granted against her. The reapplication for admission was granted and our clients are overjoyed that their child can be raised by both parents and they can be a family once more.
  • Victims of Crimes Are Not At A Loss

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Dec 08, 2015
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    Gehi & Associates was retained by a fearful employee who was the victim of an assault at his workplace. While working with his wife, an angry customer entered our client’s workplace and hit our client in the face repeatedly until our client suffered bruising and a bloody nose. The police were called to the scene and a police report was filed. A consultation with our office provided our client multiple solutions including the option of filing a U-Visa, available for nonimmigrant victims of crimes. Our office worked diligently with the client to obtain a Supplemental B Certification and prepared a lengthy appeal with the Manhattan District Attorney. The District Attorney has approved our client’s Certification and we have filed a U-Visa Application on his behalf.
  • Alien relative petition approved

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Nov 11, 2015
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    Gehi & Associates was hired by a US-citizen mother who feared being separated by her entire family, consisting of her husband and two children. One child came to the United States as a visitor and was eligible to remain in the United States for ten years, ending June, 2015. After discussing the complexities of her case, one option presented to our client after was filing a Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative for her family members, and this is the option chosen by our client. Our paralegals worked with our client for approximately four months in obtaining all relevant documents, all translated documents, all financial documents and filling out the relevant forms. Our law clerks and attorneys advised our client and provided solutions to her concerns including filing complications resulting from a divorce. Our client was happy to report her Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative was approved for all eligible relatives in December, 2015.

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Prior results do not guarantee the future outcomes of cases.