Entries by Rosy Cho

A New US Citizen

From my 1st interview to the denied letter, it took more than two years. I got stuck in my immigration process, the 1st lawyer who is rated 10 massed up my case. I decided to look for other lawyer to help me to solve the denied letter. However, I visited 2 more top 10, they […]

Jiahui C.

I met Rosy in 2012 when my now husband and I were looking for a lawyer to help process our immigration case. We knew we needed to submit a I601 waiver and then file for a visa and we wanted someone to help us with the process so we did ‘t make any mistakes. We […]

Jue S., Daly City, CA

If you are looking for THE BEST OF THE BEST lawyer for immigration cases, you found one. Rosy is very knowledgeable, resourceful, helpful and most importantly very caring. She understands and sympathizes our feelings and what we are going through. She put enormous effort to work on my case. She spent time with my family […]

Phoi B.

Rosy has been such a blessing to myself and my family. We were in a desperate situation and were fortunate enough to meet Rosy, just as we were running out of time and hope. We have a unique and complicated set of immigration cases, and prior to meeting Rosy, constantly felt confused, misinformed, anxious, worried, […]

David G., South San Francisco, CA

There are a lot of immigration lawyers out there. Some are good. Only a select few are great. Rosy is definitely one of those select few. I have been trying to get a permanent residency for my wife. It was a battle for 14 years. We went through IJ, BIA, 9th Circuit, deportation proceeding. We […]

Jas S., San Francisco, CA

Rosy gave us hope when we were at the end of our rope. We’d been screwed over by another immigration lawyer, who had failed to file paperwork on time, lied to us, and generally messed things up; I was out of status and we expected to get the removal notice in the mail at any […]

Another District Court Victory against Unlawful Mandatory Detention without Bond Review

Yet another federal district court judge has determined that holding certain immigrants in detention without a bond hearing violates federal law.  The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Asian Americans Advancing Justice–Asian Law Caucus, and lead counsel Keker Van Nest, LLP, has challenged the federal government’s practice of arresting and detaining certain immigrants for months at a […]

Lindsi K., San Francisco, CA

My wife and I met with several immigration attorneys and chose Rosy to represent us, after being referred by a friend who was a client of Rosy’s. We chose Rosy without hesitation – she was super knowledgeable, professional and compassionate to our situation and timeline. Although our case was very straightforward, Rosy made sure we […]

Good News for Provisional Waiver Applicants

In an email sent to the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) yesterday, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced an important change in the way they consider and adjudicate applications for a provisional unlawful presence waiver (“I-601A”). Since the launch of the new program, USCIS had been denying applications where it had “reason to […]