CLEVELAND AND COLUMBUS, OHIO – Visa lawyer Jonathan A. Bartell wants to stay informed about high profile cases that can be useful for those going through similar issues.
Bartell, an embassy lawyer, wants know the progression of certain high profile cases like that of President Obama’s Massachusetts uncle. By staying informed about such cases, he is able to better help his clients who may go through similar situations when dealing with the law.
Obama’s uncle, who is his father’s half-brother, was arrested in August after a traffic stop. He was held without bail on a detainer from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for reportedly violating a previous order to return to his native Kenya. However, he was released and pleaded not guilty at a recent court appearance, according to published reports.
A motion to suppress the initial traffic stop for driving under the influence was submitted and a hearing is set for next year on Jan. 12.Obama’s Kenyan uncle and aunt who live in Massachusetts are going through the immigration process.
“When I first heard about the case, I thought of how I would handle clients who may experience something similar,” said the visa immigration lawyer. “You have to evaluate each case on a case-by-case basis to see if there’s any relief.”
Bartell said in similar circumstances for his clients, he would take steps to help them file a motion to possibly reopen the old case and determine if circumstances changed since being ordered deported.
“My associates and I work hard for our clients and we’re there through every step. We want them to have the benefits of having experienced immigration lawyers to help them in all types of cases,” said the lawyer who also deals with waiver of inadmissibility issues.
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