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One of the only New England law firms to ever appear before the United States Supreme Court on an immigration case – is a dynamic, progressive law firm conveniently located in the heart of Boston’s Government Center. Recently appearing alongside the ACLU in federal court, Rubin Pomerleau obtained a landmark ruling declaring unlawful ICE’s detention practices. We have a national reputation for excellence, specializing in immigration and criminal defense.
From the steps of the Supreme Court to your local court, we stand up for your rights.
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Our team has a wealth of successful courtroom experience. The combined career experience and number of successful results ensure you get the representation you deserve.
At Rubin Pomerleau you can expect quality legal services you can trust and depend on. You, our clients, come first and meeting your needs and expectations is our goal.
We provide all immigration services from family visas to defense in deportation proceedings. Asylum, special immigrant juvenile and family petitions have become a staple of our practice.
Criminal cases such as drug cases, drunk driving, and crimes of violence are given the utmost attention in our office. We desire to provide every client with the legal services needed to reach the desired outcome.
Our firm has an excellent track record for obtaining compensation for clients who have injuries imposed by others. We handle cases of both a personal nature and those involving injuries occurring in the workplace.
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Rubin Pomerleau is pleased to announce our new offices!
Effective Monday, January 18, 2021, you can find us at:
TWO CENTER PLAZA
We appreciate your patience this first week as we settle into our new office and get our internet and telephony services back online.
We look forward to seeing you at our new suite.
December 8, 2020
With airports still closed in his native Honduras, a Manchester father of three has gained a reprieve from his deportation, which had been scheduled for Wednesday, his lawyer said.
Boston immigration lawyer Jeffrey Rubin said he advised his client, Eleazar Lopez Ayala, not to show up Wednesday morning at the ICE office at the Norris Cotton Federal Building in Manchester.
That’s where Ayala would have had to surrender himself for self-deportation.
“The ball is in ICE’s court,” Rubin said.
Two weeks ago, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported that Ayala, 43, was facing imminent deportation following a three-year legal battle. That battle started in Deerfield, when police alerted ICE after they came across Ayala beside a car with a flat tire.
Ayala had sneaked into the United States when he was 17 and for more than two decades stayed out of trouble. But his legal appeals were exhausted earlier this year, and he was ordered to self-deport on Nov. 9.
The destruction caused by two hurricanes prevented his deportation flight then, and the airport at his destination, San Pedro Sula, remains closed, said immigration activist Eva Castillo.
Also, last week the Honduran government asked the Trump administration to provide temporary protected status to Hondurans living in the United States, the Washington Post reported.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez also warned of an immigration surge to the United States in the absence of coordinated assistance for his country in the wake of hurricanes Eta and Iota.
Nearly 100,000 Hondurans are living in shelters and the country’s economy has been paralyzed, the newspaper said.
ICE did not provide a comment for this article.
Rubin said a representative from the office of U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., told him that ICE will give Ayala a new date, but did not specify what the date would be for.
Rubin believes ICE has lost interest in Ayala. His client’s agent has not returned three telephone calls from Rubin.
The agency backs off when religious organizations, politicians and the media become interested in a case, he said.
“There are so many millions of others they can go after,” Rubin said.
Read original article here. https://www.unionleader.com/news/politics/national/honduran-airports-remain-closed-so-manchester-dad-avoids-deportation-on-wednesday/article_ae29145c-2441-5634-97de-e4b72d2d84fd.html
Rubin Pomerleau operate a nationally acclaimed firm specializing in immigration, criminal defense and personal injury.
What Our Clients Say
Attorney Rubin saved my son from deportation and helped him to win his green card and lawful permanent residency. Attorney Rubin’s hard work, determination, and honesty led to this successful outcome. I thank G-d and Attorney Rubin that my son is still here in the United States with me.
Attorneys Rubin, Pomerleau, and their team are amazing! My brother had been battling with possible deportation for 8 years. Jeffrey and his team were relentless. There were many setbacks over the years, but this past 9/11/2012, my brother was sworn in at the TD Garden as a US Citizen. My very young nieces can grow up with their father in the same country as them. Thanks to them our family won’t be torn apart.
Attorney Todd Pomerleau has been amazingly thorough, professional, and diligent throughout the months of my son’s court case. His attention to detail, knowledge of the law, and ability to make all of the steps clear to us had made the whole experience of working with him a great one. We could not have had better representation. Thanks again.
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