Global Entry Membership Granted to Client with Former Vehicle Manslaughter Offense

The law office of Katherine O’Brien successfully petitioned to the Transportation Security Administration to reconsider Global Entry membership for a client formerly convicted of vehicle manslaughter. The client had been denied membership on the grounds that he could not demonstrate that he had a low risk status due to his prior vehicular manslaughter conviction in […]

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Global Entry Appeal Filed on Behalf of Client Denied Due to Customs Violation

The law office of Katherine O’Brien recently filed a Global Entry appeal on behalf of a client who was denied membership to the Global Entry program due to an agricultural customs violation. Our client’s denial letter cited this violation and denied him membership stating that our client did “not meet program eligibility requirements.” After returning […]

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TWIC Waiver Application Granted for Client Convicted of Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance for Sale

The law office of Katherine O’Brien successfully represented a client with a TWIC waiver who received a denial after applying for Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). The denial of the TWIC was due to his California felony conviction for possession of a controlled dangerous substance (methamphetamine) for sale. In 2012 our client pleaded nolo contendre […]

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Global Entry Denial Overturned on Behalf of Client Denied After Global Entry Interview

Just recently, the Global Entry denial lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law assisted a client who was denied Global Entry. His Global Entry denial letter indicated that his application was denied for providing “false, inaccurate, or incomplete information.” Specifically, the letter indicated that he was being denied Global Entry for “failure to provide required court documents […]

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TWIC Denial Overturned on Behalf of Client Charged with Weapons Offenses

Just recently, the TWIC denial lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law represented a client who was issued a Preliminary Determination of Ineligibility with respect to his renewal application for a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).  The reason the client was denied the renewal of his TWIC was because the Transportation Security Administration, the organization responsible for […]

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