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Staying Removal After A Final Order of Deportation   Staying Removal After A Final Order of Deportation
Posted: 04/16/2014

 By Attorneys Frances E. Arroyo and Nancy E. Miller

Being ordered removed from the United States is one of the most frightening events non-citizens will ever experience.  Once the removal order becomes final, Immigration & Customs Enforcement “ICE” can take steps to execute ...
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Current Issues & Recent Developments in K Visas   Current Issues & Recent Developments in K Visas
Posted: 04/08/2014

By Attorneys Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller

Immigrating through marriage is a very common way to get a green card.  Once a U.S. citizen and an alien agree to marry each other, they must work out the details of when and where to marry and how the immigration of the non-citizen fits into their ...
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Don’t Miss Your Green Card While Waiting for Immigration Reform   Don’t Miss Your Green Card While Waiting for Immigration Reform
Posted: 04/03/2014

 By Attorneys Frances E. Arroyo and Nancy E. Miller 


There are numerous immigration avenues to a green card currently in place. Immigrants with a pathway to legal status should pursue it now.  Under one immigration reform proposal, undocumented immigrants will have to wait 10 years t ...
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Fiance Visa v. Spouse Petition:  Which Should I Choose?   Fiance Visa v. Spouse Petition: Which Should I Choose?
Posted: 03/28/2014

 ByAttorneys Steven J. Malm and Nancy E. Miller
Falling in love and planning to marry is a wonderful but complicated event in two people’s lives.  It is even more complicated when one-half of the couple will have to relocate to the United States.  The question most frequently ask ...

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Important Changes to Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver   Important Changes to Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver
Posted: 03/19/2014

By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly & Nancy E. Miller 

The Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver became a reality in 2013.  Many people have already benefited and experienced a positive change in their lives because of it.  Recent changes mean that even more people will be eligible for t ...
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Visiting the United States Despite Being Inadmissible   Visiting the United States Despite Being Inadmissible
Posted: 03/11/2014

 By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly & Nancy E. Miller

 
Visiting the United States is more complicated than just making airline and hotel reservations.  In order to enter the United States, the non-citizen must not have any grounds of inadmissibility.  The Immigration & Nationa ...
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Time to File DACA Renewals   Time to File DACA Renewals
Posted: 03/04/2014

 By AttorneysNancy E. Miller & Joseph Elias

We are fast approaching the second anniversary of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) grants. A DACA grant is only valid for two years and must be renewed for a continuation of deferred action. Deferred action provides the immigrant with ...
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Start Preparing Those H-1Bs Now   Start Preparing Those H-1Bs Now
Posted: 02/25/2014

 By Attorneys Nancy E. Miller & Joseph Elias

The H-1B filing season is upon us. Beginning April 1, 2014, employers may file H-1B petitions for specialized knowledge professionals. An approval permits foreign workers to begin employment in their specialty occupation on October 1, 2014.   ...
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Humanitarian Parole: The Emergency Entry Program into the U.S   Humanitarian Parole: The Emergency Entry Program into the U.S
Posted: 02/19/2014

 By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Frances E. Arroyo  

As comprehensive immigration reform’s momentum slows down, humanitarian parole is one avenue that is available and that is solely based on discretion for those seeking entry into the United States.  When foreign national ...
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Act Now Instead Of Waiting For Illusive Immigration Reform   Act Now Instead Of Waiting For Illusive Immigration Reform
Posted: 02/12/2014

 By Attorneys  Devin M. Connolly & Nancy E. Miller 

In his State of the Union address President Obama again spoke about the necessity of passing Comprehensive Immigration Reform (“CIR”).  There was applause from those in attendance, and excitement throughout the Un ...
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Nonimmigrant and Immigrant Visa Options for Managers and Executives   Nonimmigrant and Immigrant Visa Options for Managers and Executives
Posted: 02/04/2014

 By Eric Welsh & Nancy E. Miller

In this age of globalization, it is imperative for companies to establish strong international identities.  Businesses seeking to grow beyond domestic borders must build bases on foreign soil and staff them with competent, experienced managers and execut ...
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Removing the Conditions on Your Green Card   Removing the Conditions on Your Green Card
Posted: 01/28/2014

 By Devin Connolly & Nancy E. Miller

A non-citizen who is granted lawful resident status based on marriage will receive conditional permanent residence if the marriage on which the green card is based is less than two years old at the time the application is approved.  Conditional resid ...
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RESOLVE TO SOLVE YOUR IMMIGRATION PROBLEMS IN 2014   RESOLVE TO SOLVE YOUR IMMIGRATION PROBLEMS IN 2014
Posted: 01/25/2014

 By Attorneys Eric R. Welsh & Nancy E. Miller
The New Year is here, and the time for change has come.  Now is the time to look ahead and make concrete plans for 2014.  Make this the year that you address your immigration problems.  Many will be tempted to wait for a “fix ...

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ABILITY TO ADJUST STATUS EXPANDED TO FORMER MILITARY FAMILIES   ABILITY TO ADJUST STATUS EXPANDED TO FORMER MILITARY FAMILIES
Posted: 01/15/2014

By Nancy E. Miller

With very few exceptions, one who wishes to adjust status to that of a lawful permanent resident must have entered the United States lawfully.  In order to enter the United States lawfully, one must present oneself for inspection at a designated place of entry.  The appli ...

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GETTING A GREEN CARD THROUGH WORK WITHOUT A LABOR CERTIFICATION OR A JOB OFFER:  THE NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER   GETTING A GREEN CARD THROUGH WORK WITHOUT A LABOR CERTIFICATION OR A JOB OFFER: THE NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER
Posted: 01/08/2014

 BY Gregory J. Boult & Nancy E. Miller 

Individuals with an advanced degree or with exceptional ability can pursue an employment-based immigration visa petition which, if approved, will allow them to apply for lawful permanent resident status in the United States.  These individual ...
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NEW LEADER FOR DHS   NEW LEADER FOR DHS
Posted: 01/01/2014

By Nancy E. Miller
Jeh Johnson was confirmed on Monday as the new Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  He replaces former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitanto who resigned in order to take a position as head of the University of California. Prior to assuming this new position, Sec ...

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Green Cards in the US for DACA and TPS Recipients   Green Cards in the US for DACA and TPS Recipients
Posted: 12/24/2013

 By Joseph Elias & Nancy E. Miller

In order to complete the green card administrative process in the United States, immigrants must file an adjustment of status application typically based on an approved immigrant visa petition. Not all immigrants qualify for adjustment of status. First and ...
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Important Change to Policy on False Claims to Citizenship   Important Change to Policy on False Claims to Citizenship
Posted: 12/18/2013

 By Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of State (DOS) recently enacted an important change to their interpretation to the law which permanently bans those who have made false claims to being a U.S. citizen.  The change means that perso ...
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What to Know Before You Go   What to Know Before You Go
Posted: 12/11/2013

By Robert L. Reeves & Devin Connolly

Departing the United States when you are not a U.S. citizen can lead to serious problems upon your attempt to return.  This is true for both lawful permanent residents and for non-citizens with pending applications or non-immigrant visas.

Many lawful per ...

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US Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Reeves Miller Zhang and Diza’s Child Status Protection Act Case   US Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Reeves Miller Zhang and Diza’s Child Status Protection Act Case
Posted: 12/06/2013

By Attorney Robert L. Reeves 
 
Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza, formerly Reeves & Associates, has been fighting for the rights of children who turned 21 (aged out) and were left behind when their parents immigrated to the United States. Our Firm has pursued a class action challengin ...

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