Client was a fifty-year-old citizen of Dominican Republic who had a green card since 1992. Client was single, had several children, and lived with girlfriend who is the mother of 3 of his children. Client was convicted of shoplifting on 2 different occasions in 1992 and 1994.
In this case, Client was a citizen of the Dominican Republic who had a green card since 1992. Client was married and had four minor United States Citizen children. Client had one arrest in or around 2001 for Endangering the Welfare of a Child for which he received four years of probation.
In this case, Client was a citizen of the Dominican Republic who was married to her husband who had a green card. Client’s husband physically abused her on many occasions. Client reported the incidents of abuse to the police and received a permanent restraining order.
Many of my clients come to my office because their family members have been arrested for minor criminal offenses but then have an immigration hold. For example, client is driving while under the influence of alcohol and gets pulled over by the police.
In this case, client’s family came to our office for a consultation because their relative was in jail. The family hired DiMaria to represent client. Client was arrested for having a fake ID. Client’s family paid the criminal bail and Client was transferred into immigration custody.
In this case, Client’s family came to see DiMaria for a consultation to help their daughter who was in immigration custody. Client was a citizen of Germany who had a green card since 1976. Client was divorced and had one minor United States Citizen child. Client had fifteen arrests for theft by deception, fraudulent use of a credit card, and other theft related offenses that occurred from 2004 until 2008.
In this case, Client came to The Law Office of Jayson DiMaria for a consultation pertaining to whether or not he was eligible for citizenship. Client was very concerned with whether or not he was eligible for citizenship because he had been arrested several times while he was a permanent resident.
Client is a citizen of Peru who entered the United States in the 1980s. In around 1994, Client was convicted of a crime that made him ineligible for a green card. However, Client married a United States Citizen and his spouse filed papers for him to obtain his green card.
In this case, Client and her husband came to our office for a consultation. Client entered the United States with a visitor visa around seven years ago. Client overstayed her visa and married her husband who was a permanent resident.
The DiMaria Law Firm, LLC obtained a $10,000.00 settlement for an elderly lady who cut her leg on walker that was designed in a dangerous manner and that particular model is no longer being sold to the public.