When Immigration Attorneys Don’t Do The Job They Are Hired To

September 30, 2015 § Leave a comment

But If 16-18 months is bad then what do we and what does our legal system then think of the more than 3 decades during which USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canada Scoops were deprived of their families, and that deprivation is in addition to the precarious legal position that their having a totally ‘inaccurate perception of their citizenship status generated for them’, all also only because their adoptive parents legal representation, didn’t do the job he was hired to do.

What should and then the question is what can the penalty be for that?

September 30, 2015, A judge in State of Connecticut recently suspended the law license of a lower Fairfield County immigration attorney who dropped the ball so egregiously and unnecessarily that her clients ended up being detained by immigration for 16 and 18 months respectively; the judge finding that a result of the actions/inaction of the Connecticut attorney, “They were deprived of their livelihood, their families and their liberty,” Justice Heller wrote. “They were forced to incur legal expenses to retain new counsel.” (see full link below, Westport Now)

Of course, 16 and 18 months is certainly a very long time. It’s actually too long, especially when all she had to do was the job she was hired to do, a.k.a. file papers accurately, i.e., payment to her wasn’t even contingent on the success of the filings, she got paid whether the papers were successful or not for her clients.

But If 16-18 months is bad then what do we and what does our legal system then think of the more than 3 decades during which USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canada Scoops were deprived of their families, and that deprivation is in addition to the precarious legal position that their having a totally ‘inaccurate perception of their citizenship status generated for them’, all also only because their adoptive parents legal representation, didn’t do the job he was hired to do.

The 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivors of Canada Scoops to be recognized by TRC-Canada and via that recognition the 1st Canada Scoop Victim Placed In USA granted US Citizenship on basis of being a victim of that particular genocide, a.k.a., Canada Scoops, his adoptive parents also relied on lower Fairfield County, Norwalk and Wilton, Connecticut attorney who apparently, while collecting his fees from them, never filed the obviously necessary paperwork.

Following that original oversight an additional number of other lower Fairfield County, Connecticut attorneys and a few judges who would review legal filings regarding this individual also never bothered to verify the accuracy of the information that they/the attorneys provided the court on behalf of this individual and that the judges’ staff also never bothered to verify the accuracy of. Legal professionals simply not doing the job they were hired to do, and when all they had to do was fill out the paperwork accurately.

What should and then the question is what can the penalty be for that?

(see: http://www.westportnow.com/index.php?/v2_5/comments/westport_immigration_attorney_gets_two-year_suspension/)

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