Government’s Stagnation (b/c of COVID, etc) Does Not Have to Delay your Future
An Inaccurate Portrait of the Pandemic
There comes a time when a widespread belief is so common that it appears to be true. During the pandemic, people believed that everything was being put on hold. This applied to judges, courts, and non-U.S. citizens. At STERN Law, we didn’t adopt that belief. We are a mission-driven firm, and we communicated that to the government agency and opposing counsel.
Though they might have told us “no,” or “not now,” we didn’t accept that. One of our core values is not taking “no” for an answer because you deserve more than that from your legal advocate. If you trusted us to share what concerns kept you awake at night, our role is to give the solution you needed during your most challenging moments. Here are some of our results-driven statistics that demonstrate how committed we were to our clients when the world said it was shut down. Since COVID began in 2020, we’ve brought forward a resolution in 543 client matters.
For our non-Citizen clients in active criminal matters:
For our non-Citizen clients with criminal investigations against them before arrest:
For our clients in Immigration application cases that result in an Immigration Benefit:
For our clients who were facing deportation:
For our non-Citizen clients who required an appeal of a criminal conviction to protect immigration status:
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While it can be comfortable to fall into the pattern of what the world seems to be telling you at the moment, complacency with status quo isn’t going to get the results you need and deserve. Our first conversation should not be delayed. Though you may not have a court date or have something scheduled with a government agency at this moment, allow your attorney to utilize this time appropriately. There is no better time than right now. Contact STERN Law, LLC, to schedule a consultation.
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