Removal Proceedings Terminated for Spouse of US Marine

Our clients, a U.S. Marine and his newlywed and undocumented spouse were stopped at a Border Patrol Checkpoint on I-8 while the family was traveling to the Marine’s new duty station to San Diego.  The spouse was placed into removal proceedings.  On a pro bono basis, we negotiated with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to dismiss the removal proceedings, and applied for the spouse to be paroled into the United States so she may receive lawful permanent residence or a green card.



Richard M. Green

Related Industries

  • Professional Services and Consulting

Related Case Studies

Foreign Worker Recaptures Time Spent at South Pole

Plaintiff Walks Away From Wrongful Termination and Pregnancy Discrimination...

Putative Class Action Against Background Checking Company Dismissed

CDF Helps Small Design Firm Fend Off DFEH Complaint

Defeat of Attorney General’s Claims to Recover Labor Code...

Counseled IP Law Firm on Employee Terminations

Marketing Co. Defeats Sexual Harassment Claims at Arbitration

Court of Appeal Affirms Denial of Class Certification for...

Advertising Co. Resolves Trade Secret Dispute, Avoids Litigation

Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP © 2018

Why CDFWhat We DoAttorneysCase StudiesNews & EventsOfficesAttorney AdvertisingDisclaimer