The court of public opinion can occasionally influence a case in a positive way.  When needed and appropriate Mr. Campise was able to use his contacts in the media to help his clients.  Mr. Campise has been quoted or had his cases featured in the Huffington Post, The Daily News, NY1, NBC4, FOX5, and others.  

October 12, 2018

Joe Giudice, from the Real Housewives of New Jersey, was ordered removed to Italy this week.  The reaction from fellow #RHONJ cast members was disbelief and and disgust.  Caroline Manzo remarked that Joe "Is not a threat to society".  Others chimed in with similar...

September 4, 2018

If you've been following my blog (it's OK if you tuned out a little for summer) you've heard about the big...wait - HUGE news: Pereira v. Sessions may have derailed the last 15-20 years worth of removals.  

So when I say NO ONE was surprised when the BIA issued Mat...

August 27, 2018

Across America, sanctuary cities, and states, like New York City, and various cities in New Jersey have popped up.

Yet, ICE is still arresting people.  What gives?  Is this a case of politicians speaking out of...

August 20, 2018

Our pasts often catch-up with us.  The days of misrepresenting oneself to a consular officer on visa applications are coming to an end.  I've encountered a few clients who have been questioned at an embassy for violations (alleged or otherwise) that occurred years ago....

Families with special needs individuals can sometimes obtain their green cards in the United States - even if they have some immigration violations.  

Immigration law can be cruel and unforgiving - but Congress does have a heart...and it occasionally shows its...

In Pereira v. Sessions, the Supreme Court held that a Notice to Appear that does not contain the date, time, and place where a removal hearing is to take place is defective.  Further, it will not"stop time" for various purposes.  Let's take a look at the stop time rul...

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