DEATH OF A PETITIONER: WHAT’S NEXT?

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28th Oct 2004

By: Attys. Robert L. Reeves and Elsie V. Hui Beneficiaries of family-based immigrant visa petitions find themselves in a quandary when their petitioners die before they immigrate or obtain lawful permanent residency in the United States. Under the pertinent federal … more

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REEVES AND ASSOCIATES SEEKS FEDERAL COURT INTERVENTION ON VISA PROCESSING DELAYS

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20th Oct 2004

By: Attys. Robert L. Reeves and Robert J. Dupont Reeves & Associates has gone to Federal District Court on behalf of 12 of its clients to challenge the failure of the Department of State and USCIS to re-classify the visa … more

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REEVES AND ASSOCIATES ESTABLISHES NEW RELIEF FOR THOUSANDS OF V-VISA HOLDERS

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14th Oct 2004

Immediate relief is now available to tens of thousands of V2-Visa holders who were wrongfully denied employment authorization and as a result, lost employment and educational opportunities, the right to freely travel and re-enter the United States, obtain a driver’s … more

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No H-1Bs, Now What?

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6th Oct 2004

No H-1Bs, Now What?By: Attys. Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias On October 1, 2004, the USCIS announced that all the H-1B visas for fiscal year 2005 have all been allocated. The Federal Government’s 2006 fiscal year will begin … more

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