Hawaii Immigration Lawyer
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CCamp H M SmithCaptain Cook
HHaikuHakalauHaleiwaHanaHanaleiHanamauluHanapepeHauulaHawaii National ParkHawiHickam AfbHiloHolualoaHonaunauHonokaaHonoluluHonomuHoolehua
MM C B H Kaneohe BayMakawaoMakaweliMaunaloaMililaniMountain View
PPaauiloPahalaPahoaPaiaPapaaloaPapaikouPearl CityPearl HarborPepeekeoPrincevillePukalaniPuunene
TTripler Army Medical Center
WWahiawaWaialuaWaianaeWaikoloaWailukuWaimanaloWaimeaWaipahuWake IslandWheeler Army Airfield
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Sample HI Immigration Cases
... i 162, 118 P.3d 645 (2005), Stowers claimed his guilty plea was not made knowingly, voluntarily, and with an understanding of the nature of the charges and the consequences of his plea because the circuit court did not properly advise him of the immigration consequences of ...
... Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Defense counsel asked the complainant about assistance she solicited from her immigration attorney, Cheryl Tokunaga, and the complainant testified: A [Complainant]: Well, she — Cheryl ...
... The Circuit Court further informed Cun-Lara of the possible consequences that a nocontest plea could have on Cun-Lara's immigration status if he was not a US citizen. ... THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Cun-Lara, your attorney said he talked to you about the immigration issue yesterday. ...
... threatening conviction. On September 19, 2002, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) served Sorino with a notice that he was subject to deportation based on his terroristic threatening conviction in Cr. No. 98-0347. On ...
... Nagao contended that this constituted ineffective assistance because if he had pleaded guilty to the charges, instead of being convicted after trial, he could have sought a waiver of deportation pursuant to Section 212(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). II. ...
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