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Temporary Protected Status

Visitors whose countries are unsafe to return to can apply for a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. A Temporary Protected Status allows

Asylum case won

Wilmer* was born in the DR Congo and this is where he suffered persecution for being at the wrong time and at the wrong place.

U Visa Deferred Action

Eva* came to consult with Costas Network after experiencing ineffective assistance from her prior counsel which contributed to the denial of her asylum case.  She

Approval of two waivers and Green Card

Anibal* has been living in the United States for over 2 decades. He is a good and hard working person with no criminal record. He

Motion to Reopen Granted

Although she had temporary protection under TPS, Juana* had a deportation order hanging over her head because she’d missed a court hearing over a decade

Bond Granted

When Marco* called us he was worried – his cousin had fled an abusive situation in their home country and now was detained by ICE

Request for Evidence case approved

After filing an application with USCIS on her own, Roxana* received a letter informing her that without additional evidence, her application would be denied. She

SIJ case approved

Three young children in Ohio can now focus on their schooling without worrying quite so much about their future thanks to the work of Attorney

Motion to vacate approved

Javier* was charged with being deportable based on two felony convictions.  He had pled guilty to the charges without being properly advised by his prior