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We will publish periodically the cases of significance to showcase the complexity of the cases that we handle. The information provided in these pages is not legal advice, and should not be relied on as such. The content on these pages is for informational purposes only, and is meant as a starting point on your search for answers to your legal questions.

  • Successful Defense Against Removal (Deportation) - 237(a)(1)(H) waiver

    January 2022

    Our firm recently successfully represented a client who was facing deportation because he got married before he immigrated to the United States. This client was sponsored by his LPR (green card) father under F-2B category - as an unmarried adult child of a permanent resident. Under this category, the child must remain single until he is admitted to the United States as an immigrant.   Read On

  • VAWA Self-Petition Victory for Male Survivor of Domestic Violence

    December 2020

    We are proud to announce the successful green card application of a male survivor of domestic violence through VAWA Self Petition. The Violence Against Women Act (a.k.a. VAWA) allows for survivors of domestic abuse perpetrated by their U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident spouse to self-petition for a green card. This important legislation provides protection and security to survivors who otherwise would be eligible for lawful permanent residency, but for the abuse inflicted by their spouses. By doing so, VAWA recognizes the fact that a survivor's lack of immigration status is often used by perpetrators as a further tool of abuse to exert power and control and to keep the victim in the relationship. Read On


    November 2021

    BRAVLIN LAW FIRM is pleased to announce the approval of CONRAD 30 J-1 visa waiver and H-1B visa petition for a foreign medical graduate to work in a medically underserved area as a forensic pathologist. If you are a foreign medical graduate and are in need of immigration assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to the attorneys at BRAVLIN LAW FIRM. Read On


    August 2021

    BRAVLIN LAW FIRM is pleased to announce the approval of the I-751 petition for removal of conditions for a survivor of domestic violence. This client was was battered and subjected to extreme cruelty during her marriage. Read On

  • H-1B Approval for University Soccer Coach

    June 2022

    BRAVLIN LAW FIRM is pleased to announce the approval of an H-1B visa petition for a University Soccer Coach. The issue before the USCIS was whether the position of University Soccer Coach qualifies as a specialty occupation. Read On


    May 2020

    We are pleased to report the successful defense of an asylee from attempted termination of his asylum status due to alleged Terrorism-Related Inadmissibility Grounds (TRIG). This case illustrates the threat of the current administration's policy of reopening finalized cases and pursuing the retroactive application of the Patriot Act. Read On


    BRAVLIN LAW FIRM is pleased to announce the successful approval of a National Interest Waiver green card petition. The foreign national is a leading expert in development and design of biosensors. Biosensors can be used in the detection of pathogens to ensure treatment and prevention of the spread of illnesses. Biosensors, particularly those that can be easily mass-produced and available directly to the consumer, have become increasingly important in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read On

  • Section 13 Green Card Approvals for Diplomats

    October 2022

    BRAVLIN LAW FIRM is pleased to announce the approval of the green card applications under Section 13 for former diplomats and their families. Read On


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