We are pleased to announce our recent U.S. Supreme Court victory in the deportation case of Umer v. Holder. Members of FosterQuan’s litigation team successfully argued that Khalid Umer, a legal U.S. resident originally from Pakistan, should be allowed to present his request for relief from removal to the immigration judge under former Section 212(c), a law that allows certain permanent residents in removal proceedings to retain their permanent resident status.
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Topics: Deportation, ICE, SCOTUS
Immigration Law Updates
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