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LAWPOINTS 31
Paul A. Suhr (3.1 miles)
Corporate, Criminal, Deportation, Felony, Immigration
Suite 502, 1110 Navaho Dr,
Raleigh, NC 27609, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 31
Silvina Tondini (24.8 miles)
Corporate, Business Organization, Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Immigration
Maitland Law Building, 2 Couch Road,
Chapel Hill, NC 27514, Orange County
LAWPOINTS 31
Allison L Kranz, Associate (2.6 miles)
Immigration, Litigation, Federal Trial Practice
4208 Six Forks Rd, Ste 1100
Raleigh, NC 27609, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 27
Lynn Calder (0.9 miles)
Immigration
510 Glenwood Ave, Suite 301
Raleigh, NC 27603, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 27
John L. Pinnix (0.9 miles)
Immigration
510 Glenwood, Suite 301
Raleigh, NC 27603, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 27
Jim Melo (1.5 miles)
Immigration, Criminal
204 N. Person St.,
Raleigh, NC 27601, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 27
Katy Chavez (1.9 miles)
Traffic, DUI-DWI, Criminal, Immigration
434 Fayetteville St #2030,
Raleigh, NC 27601, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 27
Charles Edward Gillman (2.6 miles)
Immigration
4208 Six Forks Rd, Ste 1100
Raleigh, NC 27609, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 24
Amy Rajendra Dalal, Associate (2.6 miles)
Employment, Immigration
4208 Six Forks Road, Suite 1100,
Raleigh, NC 27609, Wake County
LAWPOINTS 24
Bruce Allen Petesch (2.6 miles)
Immigration, Employment
4208 Six Forks Rd., Ste. 1100
Raleigh, NC 27609, Wake County

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Sample NC Immigration Cases

... Defendant met with Mr. Branch several times and informed Mr. Branch of his lawful permanent resident status. Defendant stated in an affidavit filed with his MAR that Mr. Branch never advised him of the immigration consequences of a conviction for AWDWISI. ...

... issues, he argued in the motion that his plea was not voluntary because the trial court failed to inform defendant that his plea may result in deportation, and that his trial counsel provided ineffective assistance by failing to inform defendant of the immigration consequences of his ...

... Manuel surrendered his cellular telephone and his wallet, which contained immigration papers and some amount of cash. ... Ms. Dolores talked to the person who answered and asked for Manuel's immigration papers to be returned. ...

... with any of the potential employers listed in her labor market surveys to determine what the jobs required in terms of physical activities, reading, mathematical, and writing skills due to her understanding of the SRN policy regarding federal immigration law limitations on job ...

... The trial court further recommended that upon completion of his sentence that defendant be released to immigration authorities for deportation due to his status as an illegal alien. Defendant appeals. 147 II. Failure to Declare a Mistrial. ...

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