Success Story #2
Ms. Jane Doe has been in the United States for over 18 years, when her removal became imminent and she had to produce proof of the flight arrangement and purchase a one-way airline ticket to the ERO (Enforcement and Removal Operations) office showing that she will be departing in 60 days. Ms. Doe has 3 U.S. citizen children and is a productive member of our society. When Ms. Doe contacted our office, it turned out that she had a final order of removal from 1996, and since 2006 she was on an order of supervision. As a last resort and the only application available to Ms. Doe given her situation and the finality of removal order, Attorney Linetsky submitted an urgent Stay of Removal application with the District Director’s office. The Stay of Removal application sought urgent stay of Ms. Doe’s removal from the United States at least until the children finished their school year and Ms. Doe could take care of her child’s medical needs. Ms. Doe’s application for Stay of Removal was approved in about a week and she was given ample time to get her affairs in order before she was required to leave.