Presidential Candidates Favor Immigration Reform

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31st Jan 2008

By Attorneys Robert Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson Just last summer, comprehensive immigration reform was a real possibility. Despite the Congress’s failure to pass comprehensive reform, the immigration debate remains at the top of our nation’s political discourse. The President passionately … more

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IMMIGRATION THROUGH A MISREPRESENTATION

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24th Jan 2008

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Nancy E. Miller Desperation makes people do strange things. An adult beneficiary of a petition filed by a permanent resident parent has to wait many years for his petition to become current. If he … more

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H-1B “DEADLINE” FOR 2008

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17th Jan 2008

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias The immigration community is bracing itself for a historical and unprecedented exhaustion of the H-1B cap. Employers can petition H-1B workers for the October 1, 2008 start date beginning April 1, … more

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Aging Out and Adjustment of Status for K-2 Visa Holders

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10th Jan 2008

By Attorneys Robert Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson Sometimes the Immigration Service applies an unreasonable interpretation of the law. Just last month, in Verovkin v. Still, a District Court in Northern California held just that. Specifically, the Immigration Service denied Mr. … more

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Death of a Petitioner

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3rd Jan 2008

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeff L. Khurgel A primary goal of United States immigration policy should be the reunification of family members. Every day thousands of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents file visa petitions to unite their … more

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