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Posted by Luis
My name is Jose. I am a sworn walking testament that Mr. Pascual Madrigal and his office will not give up when things gets tough.
After legally living in the United States since the age of three, I was ordered deported for a non-aggravated charge. Since the immigration laws changed in 2002. Along with many others I've been deported multiple times since. I truly lost my way. I hated what my life had become but lived for the moments that put a smile on my face because I knew it was inevitable that I would be locked up and deported. I did catch other little charges here and there process but that's because I just didn't care about life anymore. Sorry but no one's perfect. There were plenty of times that I wished I would just die. The feeling of being stripped from my loving family was something I never thought would happen to me. Just thinking about the pain that I caused my family is enough to bring me tears right now as I write this. Not having a light at the end of the tunnel makes it that much easier to get lost in the darkness.
I thought this was going to be my life forever. Just trying to make it untill I was aressted again, face federal time for the charge of illegal re-entry, get deported then attempt to cross the border successfully. If I made it then try my best to not give a cop any reason to ask my name because that would've been the end of my freedom. In a sense I was never free just moving freely. This was the vicious cycle that made my life a living nightmare.
This is how Mr. Pascual Madrigal saved my life along with the blessings of God.
May 2nd of 2012 was the last time I was incarcerated. Shortly after my family hired him. After wasting 14 months of my life in federal custody I was moved over to immigration custody in Pearsal Texas. This is when the real fight started. Exactly one week later I was transfered to Newark New Jersey. The office went into overtime to get me back to Texas but I.C.E didnt want to move me back. When my final court date for my immigration case came around Mr. Pascual Madrigal flew to New Jersey. Unfortunately my case was reset because I wasn't transfered to court that day. On the next teleconference court Mr. Pascual Madrigal fought with the judge to return me to Pearsal Texas and achieved just that. Finally after 14 months and endless courts I was granted cancellation of removal.
In total it was a very gruling 45 month process of heartachs and stress. There were plenty of times I felt like losing hope but I kept my faith strong. Please don't let the amount of time I was detained discourage you. I had a very hard case.
So if your looking for a office that will fight for you till the end. You found the right one.
Posted by JLBR
First, of all I would like to thank Mr. Pascual Madrigal and all his staff for all their professional and ethical work. In 2009 I have a BAD experience, I was put in Deportation in Laredo for a Convection that I had in 2006 but they release with a NTA. I knew that I had to hire an attorney so he/she can fight my deportation in the immigration court in San Antonio. So I went with three immigration lawyers here in Laredo but none of them had experience in deportation cases and all of them told me that they have a friend in San Antonio that does this cases, his name was Pascual Madrigal. So what I did I went with him directly. ICE never file my case in court, so that's when Mr. Madrigal recommend me to apply for the U.S. Citizenship ( I am LPR since 1990). So I apply for my Citizenship and everything came okay and now I am going to apply for my wife so she can become a LPR. Thank you Mr. Madrigal I don't have other words but just to thank you.
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