IMMIGRATION REFORM

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30th Mar 2006

By Attorneys Robert Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson The Senate prides itself for being known as the greatest deliberative body in the world, and true to form the debate continues. The Senate Judiciary committee met Senator Frist’s Monday deadline, and now … more

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GOLD CARD’ SHOWDOWN ON MONDAY

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23rd Mar 2006

By Attorney Robert L. Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson Although the Senate Judiciary Committee has taken a recess without reaching a consensus on Senator Specter’s Chairman Mark-up, Committee members have vowed to continue working towards a comprehensive immigration reform proposal that … more

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GOLD CARD’ FOR MILLIONS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS

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16th Mar 2006

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson Turn on the news today and you will likely hear someone talking about immigration. Whether it is tighter security along our border or creation of a guest worker program, Congress, and our … more

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DERIVATIVE U.S. CITIZENSHIP

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9th Mar 2006

As everyone is aware, U.S. citizenship grants innumerable benefits and privileges, including priority in petitioning certain family members for immigrant visas, the right to vote, and immunity from deportation/removal from the United States. Most people understand that U.S. citizenship can … more

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REEVES & ASSOCIATES’ LITIGATION DEPARTMENT

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1st Mar 2006

By: Attorney Robert L. Reeves Having a strong Litigation Department is important in order to have a court resolve any delays or unfair adjudications by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Our Firm has four separate departments: Business/Employment, Family … more

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