Client was returning from a trip abroad when he was referred to deferred inspection. Client had been previously charged with assault and sexual assault and USCIS had taken the position that because of said charges he was inadmissible to the U.S. and his green card should not be released to him. Our attorneys obtained all pertinent records pertaining to the charges and prepared client for his interview with the USCIS. At the interview, our attorneys assisted client in responding to the officer’s questions and argued that since said charges had occurred prior to client obtaining his green card and said charges had been completely disclosed at the green card interview, our client’s green card should be released. The officer agreed with our position and client’s green card was released to him.