Federal officials have suspended a former Boston immigration lawyer for filing dubious work visa petitions on behalf of 14 immigrants, but lawyers say dozens, possibly hundreds of immigrants, are facing deportation because they hired that lawyer, too. The Board of Immigration Appeals suspended John K. Dvorak in March from practicing before the board, immigration courts and the Department of Homeland Security, saying he “misled, misinformed, or deceived’’ immigration officials by providing inaccurate information in the immigration petitions in 2001 and 2002.
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