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Small-Firm Lawyer Manages Big Win

, The National Law Journal


Dario Jimenez, relying on the government's promise that he could live in the United States, in 1990 uprooted his life and that of his wife and their two children to move here from the Philippines. But in 2007, the government, which originally told him that he could stay because his mother was a U.S. citizen, revoked that decision, based on Jimenez's 1986 marriage.

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