Cristo Vive Christian Social Services, Inc. Defendant

November 14, 2011 by  
Filed under Blog, Citizenship, Families, Fraud Prevention

On March 10, 2011 the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee filed a motion to hold defendant in contempt for violation of the 1995 permanent injunction that prohibited them from contracting with individuals to represent them in anything involving applications to be filed with the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, advising individuals about their citizenship right, soliciting legal services on behalf of another for a fee, holding itself out as authorized to practice law, or as qualified to render professional legal services, and advertising in written or electronic media that it has or can render immigration services. The Court finds by clear and convincing evidence that Cristo Vive, Jorge Sanchez and its agents violated the Permanent Injunction dated January 18, 1995. Dated April 8, 2011.

If you still have your immigration file with Cristo Vive, Jorge Sanchez and its agents who are violatin the Permanent Injunction dated January 18, 1995 and reaffirmed on April 8, 2011. You have the right to obtain your file at no cost. If you are told that your file has been transferred to another attorney, then you have the right to get that file from that attorney at no cost. You are entitled to a refund of all the money you spent with Cristo Vive, Jorge Sanchez and its agents who have violated the Permanent Injunction dated January 18, 1995 as found by a Texas District Court Judge on April 8, 2011.

This information provided is not intended to replace the advice of an attorney but is merely provided as a public service. Each immigration case is different. For more information, consult with Thomas Esparza, Jr., Board Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law with more than 32 years of experience.