We are proud to showcase some of our cases that reflect our commitment to our clients and dedication to the field. If you would like more information about these cases, please feel free to contact us.

  • A LPR was detained at the airport for a drug conviction and subsequently put into court proceedings. Despite being married to a USC, he was not eligible for a waiver based on the nature of the conviction. A Motion to Vacate was successfully granted for LPR with drug conviction based on constitutional error. This vacature allowed for his pending Immigration Court case to be dismissed.
  • USC petitioned for his Chinese National finance and within 1.5 years, her I-130 was approved, the case was transferred to the NVC, she attended her interview at the Chinese Embassy, her visa was approved, she entered the U.S., the couple married within 90 days, and she adjusted her green card soon after. The couple is currently living in Massachusetts.
  • A mother and daughter who entered the U.S. without entry and were in Immigration Court for almost a decade were recently granted a Stay of Deportation and were allowed to remain in the U.S. pending ICE supervision. The daughter is currently applying for DACA and a U visa, while the mother has been granted an extended stay.
  • A USC applied for an I-130 and 601A Provisional Waiver for her spouse and was approved within 2 years of initial I-130 approval. The basis of the waiver was on medical hardship to the USC and ALO compiled extensive documentation to prove the hardship. The couple is currently living in Massachusetts.
  • A man who entered the U.S. on a K1 finance and fell out of status was granted a green card based on abuse he experienced from his USC wife. At one point, he was homeless. At ALO we compiled extensive medical evidence to prove the abuse. The man is now a LPR and living in Massachusetts.
  • A woman without status and her two minor children were granted a U visa based on abuse she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband. She was using the services of a domestic violence shelter when she was referred to the firm. After the approval, ALO assisted her with acquiring her green card. She is currently living in Massachusetts with her family.
  • A USC man applied for his wife’s green card from Pakistan. Within one year, she was interviewed and her case was approved. After approval, ALO also assisted with the Consular Birth Reporting Abroad of the USC child that the couple had during the pending process. They are currently living in Massachusetts.
  • After the death of the petitioner, an Indian national beneficiary submitted Humanitarian Reinstatement request on the grounds of extreme hardship if she were to remain without her family.  After an almost 2 year adjudication process, the case was approved and the national and her family are set to immigrate to the U.S.
  • A man on a J1 visa with a 2 year residency requirement, successfully had his waiver approved after months of back and forth with the Haitian Embassy in Washington D.C.  The basis of the waiver was his good faith marriage to his USC wife.  He now has his green card and is living in Massachusetts.