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Cancellation Victory in Baltimore (False Claim, Timely Retraction)

Cancellation cases are hard enough, but when both clients (husband and wife) made false claims to U.S. citizenship? Amazing victory in the Baltimore Immigration Court by Sandra Grossman , who rocks.

Bender's Immigration Bulletin Welcomes New Editorial Board Member: Sandra Grossman

Bender's Immigration Bulletin (LexisNexis) is proud to announce the addition of attorney Sandra Grossman to our Editorial Board. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship. Ms. Grossman is the owner of Grossman Law, LLC , an immigration law firm operating in Rockville, Maryland. She...

Initial Asylum-Related FOIA Victory in D.C.: Mezerhane de Schnapp v. USCIS

Sandra Grossman and Rachel Zoghlin write: "On July 18, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates ordered USCIS to produce to the Court unredacted copies of all disputed documents remaining at issue in long-pending asylum-related litigation under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 USC Section...

Kids for Kids Petition: Sandra Grossman

Sandra Grossman writes: "I just returned from a heartbreaking trip to the southern border where I helped provide legal services to immigrant women and children detained at a federal facility in Artesia, New Mexico. My children, Andres (10) and Sofia (7), have started a petition by kids for kids...

Partial FOIA Victory - US District Court for the District of Columbia

Sandra Grossman writes: "On September 9, 2014, after previously ordering in-camera review of withheld documents, Judge Bates of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia denied Defendant USCIS's Motion for Summary Judgment in a case addressing the withholding of responsive records...

Positive Decision on Segregability in FOIA Cases from D.D.C.

Rachel C. Zoghlin writes: "On July 30, 2015, after over two years of litigation, Judge John D. Bates of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued a highly-anticipated decision in the companion FOIA cases Mezerhane Gosen v. USCIS and Mezerhane de Schnapp v. USCIS. Nos. 13-1091...

Singapore Teen Blogger Amos Yee Seeks Asylum in USA, Detained by Chicago CBP

Associated Press, Dec. 24, 2016 - "A teenage blogger from Singapore whose supporters say is seeking asylum is in custody after being detained last week at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, U.S. immigration officials said Saturday. Amos Yee, 18, was detained Dec. 16 and remains in custody...

Immigration Court Grants Asylum to Amos Yee, Teenage Blogger from Singapore

Associated Press, Mar. 25, 2017 - "A blogger from Singapore who was jailed for his online posts blasting his government was granted asylum to remain in the United States, an immigration judge ruled. Amos Yee, 18, has been detained by federal immigration authorities since December when he was taken...