The immigration firm of Guerra & Johnson, P.C. has represented immigration cases in San Diego and throughout the Southland for over 20 years.  Their experience with immigration laws and handling of a variety of cases helped them achieve a favorable decision in January of 2013 for a client who was granted humanitarian parole.  The elderly female non-citizen client resided in the U.S. for a number of years.  She left the U.S. on a trip abroad and was barred on reentry by CBP due to the fact that she had a previous criminal conviction.  The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency reviews each situation on a case-by-case basis and they determined she could continue be in a non-detained setting during the removal proceedings. She will reunite with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in San Diego.  The attorneys with the firm understand immigration issues are highly personal and each case is unique.  You can learn more about the attorney and the firm at http://www.gjpclaw.com/.