Case Results

Client From Bangladesh Granted Asylum After Fleeing Violence in His Country

8/20/2015

Congratulations to our client from Bangladesh, who has been detained by the Department of Homeland Security since January 2, 2015, after fleeing violence in his country and seeking asylum in this country. Today the Immigration Judge granted his asylum! We wish him the best of luck in the future!

El Salvador Client Granted Asylum After Being Threatened by Gang Members

Asylum - 8/3/2015

Congratulations to Associate Attorney Flavia Moody with The Scott Law Firm who recently won asylum in the New Orleans Immigration court for a client who is from El Salvador and was threatened by gang members and police officers working with gang members. Now our client will be able to stay in the United States and bring his family to be with him and live a prosperous life! Gang based asylum claims are incredibly difficult to win, hats off to Attorney Flavia Moody!

Personal injury claims for $115,000

1/15/2013

After client was hit by a drunk driver, the defendant agrees to settle all personal injury claims for $115,000.

Defendant agrees to settle all personal injury claims for $165,000

11/14/2012

After Client was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler the defendant agrees to settle all personal injury claims for $165,000.

Mexican national, who is a lawful permanent resident of the United States

8/22/2012

Mexican national, who is a lawful permanent resident of the United States, and convicted of traveling in interstate commerce with the intent to distribute theproceeds of an unlawful drug enterprise in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1952(a)(1)(A), was detained and ordered deported by the Immigration Judge as an aggravated felon. Paul H. Scott appealed that decision and in a published opinion of the BIA, the BIA reversed the decision of the Immigration Judge. Read the opinion here.

USCIS grants naturalization and he is now a United States Citizen.

5/3/2012

Vietnamese national who was issued a Notice to Appear applies for naturalization which USCIS refuses to adjudicate. After filing a Naturalization Delay Mandamus under 1447(b) and pursuant to a federal judge's court order, USCIS grants naturalization and he is now a United States Citizen.

Nicaraguan National detained by ICE for over two years was released

4/24/2012

Nicaraguan National detained by ICE for over two years was released after his attorney Paul H. Scott filed a petition for habeas corpus in the Federal District Court. ICE agreed to release client.

Client accused of Attempted Forcible Rape and Second Degree Kidnapping is acquitted after a two day trial

4/11/2012

Client accused of Attempted Forcible Rape and Second Degree Kidnapping is acquitted after a two day trial in the 19th Judicial District Court, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in April of 2012.

Immigration Judge grants a readjustment of status

3/29/2012

Immigration Judge grants a readjustment of status in conjunction with a 212(h) waiver of Nicaragua national who had been convicted of an aggravated felony.

DWI Dismissed

3/27/2012

DWI Dismissed in the Baton Rouge Criminal District Court (19th Judicial District Court)

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