Loric Immigration Solutions


Green Card

Successfully helped a client obtain his green card through his U.S. citizen spouse after he initially abandoned his case when he gave untruthful information regarding the circumstances of his marriage at his first immigration interview.


Successfully helped a client naturalize in the United States even though he could not speak English. I was able to legally show that he lacked the capacity to learn English; the ability to communicate in English is generally a requirement for naturalization.

Green Card / I-601 Waiver

Successfully helped a client receive an I-601 waiver, and eventually, her green card, by showing through extensive documented evidence, that her departure from the U.S. would cause extreme hardship to her U.S. citizen spouse who had served in the U.S. military.

Immigration Court / Cancellation of Removal

Successfully helped a client receive cancellation of removal in Immigration Court by showing that a previous traffic injury would make it difficult for him to return to his home country and still be able to financially support his U.S. citizen daughters, and, his removal would cause them exceptional and extremely unusual hardship.

U Nonimmigrant Status

Successfully helped a client and numerous members of his family receive U nonimmigrant status after he was the victim of an assault at a restaurant which involved the use of a firearm.


Successfully helped a client receive DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) even though she had initially dropped out of high school and had missing supporting documentation indicating her physical presence in the U.S., which was required to be demonstrated for the benefit.

Green Card / Parole in Place

Successfully helped a client receive parole in place due to her husband’s past military service. With this benefit, the client was able to successfully apply for and receive her green card in the U.S. without having to leave the country.

Certificate of Citizenship

Successfully helped a client confirm her U.S. citizenship status who was born in Mexico, due to her father’s U.S. citizenship, and his time spent living in the U.S. before the client was born.

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals / Remand to grant protection under the Convention Against Torture

Successfully was able to help client’s case be remanded from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to grant protection under the Convention Against Torture. The client’s case was previously denied at a local asylum office, then at the Immigration Court, and finally, at the BIA, before the case was won in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.