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Partner Helen Parsonage featured in SuperLawyers

“Over the years, if a person made a mistake on the paperwork or they didn’t provide everything that CIS was looking for, they would get a letter in the mail called a request for evidence,” says Helen Parsonage, an immigration attorney in North Carolina. This request would list some questions, or identify a document that was missing and give...

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Partner Recognized for Pro Bono Work

  EMP is proud to announce the inclusion of partner Helen Parsonage in the inaugural cohort of the North Carolina State Bar’s Pro Bono Honor Society in recognition of her contribution to pro bono work. She is one of only 170 so included.

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What do the election results mean for immigrants?

Donald Trump has been elected President and the Republicans control both the House and the Senate. Immigrants are wondering, “What does this mean for me?” It means three main things: 1. There will be no major immigration reform in favor of immigrants for at least the next four years. No amnesty. No CIR. No Dream Act. Nothing like that. Trump...

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Helen Parsonage wins bond hearing for detained immigration client.

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF GEORGIA COLUMBUS DIVISION REPORT & RECOMMENDATION Presently pending before the Court are Petitioner’s application for habeas relief and Respondents’ motion to dismiss. For the reasons explained below, Respondents’ motion to dismiss should be denied and Petitioner’s application for habeas relief should be granted. It is recommended that Respondents...

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Judge holds Mocksville town manager liable in officers’ firings

Posted: Monday, August 15, 2016 2:10 pm By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal Mocksville Town Manager Christine Bralley is liable for the wrongful firings of three police officers in 2011, a move that came just two weeks after the officers reported allegations of police corruption to state officials, a federal judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder made...

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PRESS RELEASE December 3, 2015

For Immediate Release Helen Parsonage 336 724 2828 Winston-Salem attorney Helen Parsonage was recently certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a specialist in State and Federal Criminal Law. Ms. Parsonage, a partner in

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EMP Partner Awarded Order of Service

EMP Law Firm Partner, Helen Parsonage, is honored to have received the Order of Service Award from the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. The Order of Service is a recognition of members who have given generously of their

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