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Gloria Cardenas’s Success Stories

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My name is Gloria Cardenas and I am a Salt Lake City family immigration attorney. For 26 years, I have helped individuals with lawful status throughout the United States obtain lawful status law can sometimes get complicated. Even the most experienced immigration attorney must constantly stay on top of changes in the laws and statutes. Over the years, I have utilized a comprehensive and personable approach to help my clients achieve their goals.

Won Appeal and Obtaining Lawful Permanent Residency for Argentina National and her husband, a Mexican National using cross chargeability of visa priority dates.

Obtained U Visa Certifications for our clients who had been victims of crimes many years ago, including when they were children, from the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Salt Lake City Police, Department, West Valley Police Department, Multiple Nevada and Idaho Police Departments, and Utah County District Attorney’s Office.

Negotiated Immigration Bond directly with Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement for a lawful permanent resident and Tongan National who had been incarcerated for 2 ½ months after being picked up by the police while driving in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her only conviction in 43 years of living in the U.S. was a Class A theft conviction for 11 years ago. Successfully terminated removal proceedings.

Obtained an Immigration Bond from an Immigration Judge for an inmate that ICE denied bond. He was released that same day and we are now fighting his case in Immigration Court and he has a work permit.

Obtained Administrative closure of a removal proceedings in Salt Lake City, Utah involving an individual who was unsuccessful in his application for his green card.

Obtained a U Visa for a Mexican National who had been physically and mentally abused by his U.S. Citizen wife and reported the domestic violence to the police and was helpful in the prosecution of the state’s case against her.

Undocumented Client Charged with Felony Domestic Violence (Criminal Mischief) and Two Counts of Commission of Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child: Charges Reduced to Class B Misdemeanor With Community Service.

Successfully filed a 601 Waiver (Pardon for Misrepresentation to an Immigration official) for Ukrainian National which provided pathway to adjust status in the United States.

Successfully obtained 56 approved U Visas for clients who had been victims of aggravated assault, rape, incest, robbery, burglary, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, and attempted murder.

Visa’s We Focus on

Not every person can obtain a temporary employment visa. Each visa has a different set of conditions for various foreign nationals seeking employment in the United States. As an experienced employment visa attorney, my job is to help clients find the best options to meet their goals. The first step is to fully understand the different types of temporary employment visas. The legal team at Familia America and I can provide assistance with the following:

Experienced Immigration Attorney

Hundreds of thousands of persons are currently in deportation (removal) proceedings before an Immigration Judge. Depending on where you reside, removal proceedings may take many years or can be over very quickly and with life changing negative results including being taken into custody at the hearing by ICE and deported to your country. If an Immigration Judge denies your case, you have 30 days to appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). If the BIA denies your appeal, you may be able to challenge this denial in the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals having jurisdiction over your case. Having an attorney represent you in court increases your chances of success considerably over representing yourself, although you are free to do so.