Reeves & Associates Seeks Class Action Members and Warns Immigrants Regarding Past Drug Use

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22nd Nov 2004

By: Attys. Robert L. Reeves and Nathan Graham Shortly Reeves & Associates will be filing a civil lawsuit against the Department of State for its improper denials of immigrant visas based on past use or experimentation with marijuana or other … more

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18th Nov 2004

By: Attys. R. Reeves and R. Dupont In recent months Reeves & Associates has learned that USCIS has challenged the validity of Nevada divorces obtained by immigrants and petitioners by asking for proof of residency in Nevada. Failure to provide … more

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ALIENS WITH URGENT NEED TO ENTER U.S. QUICKLY CAN OBTAIN HUMANITARIAN PAROLE VISAS

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10th Nov 2004

ALIENS WITH URGENT NEED TO ENTER U.S. QUICKLY CAN OBTAIN HUMANITARIAN PAROLE VISAS Aliens who have an urgent need to enter the United States on an expedited basis—such as medical emergencies—can apply for a humanitarian parole visa with the Department … more

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RELIEF FOR ALIENS CONVICTED OF SERIOUS CRIMES

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2nd Nov 2004

The Attorney General has finally published regulations that establish procedures for certain criminal aliens to seek deportation relief under § 212(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), implementing the U.S. Supreme Court’s precedent 2001 decision in INS v. St. … more

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