|Nguyen v. Chertoff, Dkt. No. 05-3250-ag||N/A|
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|State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law||N/A||JD||1990|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Immigrant Waivers of Inadmissibility||2003|
Posted by Michael
Mr. Schultz handled my immigration case and I was deeply impressed by his professionalism, his dedication and his compassionate approach to the problems my family and I had to face. He was thorough and methodical in putting together the supporting documents, always realistic and inspiring in his assessment of the outcome, and constantly keeping me apprised of the progress of my case. Having had some negative experiences with attorneys in the past it was a relief to find someone who was clearly competent and trustworthy.
Daniel Green, Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
When I took on my first removal case in Buffalo a few years ago, Eric was very helpful in sharing his thorough familiarity with the immigration court there with me. He helped me advocate for my clients. Eric is currently chair of the Upstate NY AILA Chapter, and serves the chapter well, keeping Chapter members informed of what is going on in the Buffalo DHS/EOIR/USCIS/ICE District.