Immigrants With Criminal Convictions Should not Presume That They are Not Eligible for Relief

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20th Sep 2000

Too often immigrants with criminal convictions who are eligible for relief from deportation fail to apply for appropriate relief. Under the immigration laws and recent court decisions, not all criminal convictions render an immigrant deportable. In fact, the immigrant may … more

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Exchange Visitor: Waiver of Foreign Residence Requirement Possible With Expert Representation

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13th Sep 2000

Aliens who have entered the United States, as participants in an exchange visitor program approved by the U.S. government were the subjects of a recent State Department release. The State Department issued new instructions concerning the process necessary for applying … more

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Fraudulent H-1B Visa Applications and Fee Splitting by Employment Agencies with Law Offices

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5th Sep 2000

In a recent article, I brought to light an existing abuse of aliens who were subjected to capping and fee-sharing by and between employment agencies and immigration lawyers. Many clients are unaware of the illegality and fraud surrounding their H-1B … more

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