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CASE RESULTS: 212H Waiver GRANTED. Client released from ICE Custody

We are proud to announce that Tatiauna Holland and the Holland Law Firm, PLLC successfully defended a green card holder, who was in removal proceedings following a misdemeanor conviction for marijuana possession.

Our client was a first-year college student from Europe, who had been erroneously advised by another attorney that a simple marijuana possession conviction would not affect his immigration status. That wrong legal advice landed him in removal proceedings and in imminent danger of deportation.

We quickly got to work by collecting evidence of the client's positive equities, including college enrollment, community service, rehabilitation, and support from his lawful permanent resident family.

The Court granted our client a 212h waiver. Now, he is home with his family and preparing to return to college in just a few days.

At the Holland Law Firm, PLLC, we are excited about the positive result and look forward to all of the great things this client will accomplish in the future!

Read more Holland Law Firm, PLLC case results here.

The Holland Law Firm, PLLC is a full-service immigration law firm that assists clients with any immigration matter, including DACA, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Adjustment of Status (Green Cards), Work Permits and Authorization, Citizenship and Naturalization, and more.

Contact the Holland Law Firm at (832) 328-7877 or submit an online form to schedule a consultation. Tatiauna Holland and the Holland Law Firm, PLLC proudly represents clients throughout Texas and the Greater Houston area, including Conroe, Pearl Land, Sugarland, The Woodlands, and surrounding areas.

Disclaimer: Please note the above case result is not typical and does not indicate a specific outcome in your case. Each client's case is different and the processing times and outcomes of each case vary. It is important to contact the Holland Law Firm, PLLC or an experienced immigration attorney about your individual case.