Helping Those Who Cannot Help Themselves!

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Justice was served today at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (“ICE”) office in Atlanta, Georgia.  Our clients, a mother and her minor child, were facing imminent deportation to their native country, Guatemala.  Their deportation had been scheduled for Monday at 7:00 am, but thanks to our amazing immigration attorneys, Mario Guevara from Mundo Hispanico, and the General Counsel of Guatemala in Atlanta, …

Six Reasons Why Prosecutorial Discretion Can Be Your Best Friend in Immigration Court!

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Going through the immigration removal process can be daunting and will likely cause many, many sleepless nights.  The same questions are often considered over and over again – what will happen if I am deported?  Will my family stay in the U.S.?  Will they return to my country with me?  If not, how will I support them?  How will they …