Case Results

Helping to Protect Your American Dream

The E.A. Wood Law Firm has successfully represented numerous people – individuals, families, and businesses – in their pursuit of the American dream. Our firm has helped clients obtain green cards, reunite with loved ones, and launch new businesses in the U.S. We stick by our clients’ side every step of the way. Read our case results to learn more about the successes we have achieved for our clients.

  • Obtained Citizenship
    Naturalization
    We recently had a client from Yemen that did not pass their civics test on their first attempt. This happens from time to time but for the most part our clients do very well on their civics test. In this circumstance we worked with the client to ...
  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained
    Violence Against Women Act
    It’s not commonly known but men are also offered relief from the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). We had a gentleman from Mexico visit our office for help on his immigration status. Initially we talked about other forms of relief but after hearing ...
  • Extension of E2 Visa Approved
    Employment Visas
    We’ve helped several employers with hiring foreign workers as well as E2 visa extensions for their employees. A manufacturer in Eastern North Carolina recently came to us for help. One of their key employees from Germany required an extension of ...
  • Removal Proceedings Terminated
    Removal Proceedings
    A client came to us in 2015 after being detained at the U.S. & Mexico border. She had lived in the U.S. since 1989 with no legal immigration status and had inadvertently left the U.S. at the US & Mexico border. She was immediately placed into removal ...
  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained
    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to Lawful Permanent Resident to Citizenship
    We’ve helped many people apply for relief under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or more commonly referred to as DACA. One of our DACA clients later applied and received his lawful permanent residence card and just recently became a U.S. ...