DWI CHARGES AND DEPORTATION

DWI CHARGES AND DEPORTATION

A fter being present in the United States for more than 34 years, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Houston, Texas arrested a Lawful Permanent Resident on January 2015 at his home at 6:45 AM, and initiated removal proceedings against him.  He was charged with having committed an aggravated felony after his admission into the United States. The conviction in question took place in 1989. After being hired by the Client’s family, our office went to work on this case. At the second Master Calendar Hearing, we denied the allegations and the charge of removability, and the case was terminated (dismissed), because the office of chief counsel was unable to meet their burden of proof and prove that our Client was removable as charged. (CL’s conviction list: (i) Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle; (ii) False Imprisonment; (iii). DWI 1st; (iv) DWI 2nd; (v) DWI 3rd. )

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