MARITAL TROUBLE CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS FOR CONDITIONAL PERMANENT RESIDENTS

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30th Sep 2009

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Anthony J. Favero Many believe that marrying a United States citizen is the most straightforward means of obtaining legal permanent residence in the United States.  But, marital troubles can cause problems for conditional permanent … more

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Confidentiality Provisions of Legalization

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23rd Sep 2009

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeff L. Khurgel Over the last several decades, Legalization under Section 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act provided amnesty to millions of individuals seeking lawful status in the U.S. At the time their … more

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USCIS ISSUES NOTICE OF DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS TO DENIED VISA APPLICANTS

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16th Sep 2009

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias A few months ago we wrote about the frightening predicament of receiving a “Notice to Appear”, or NTA, in the mail.  The NTA means the Government has begun a process to … more

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A FALSE CLAIM TO U.S. CITIZENSHIP CAN RESULT IN DEPORTATION

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9th Sep 2009

By Robert L. Reeves and Nancy E. Miller As everyone who has applied for a job in the United States knows, you have to show that you have the right to work before you can be hired.  As every non-citizen … more

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Foreign Workers and Navigating the Rough Seas of U.S. Immigration

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2nd Sep 2009

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeff L. Khurgel Foreign Workers seeking employment in the United States are currently experiencing burdensome scrutiny on the part of some overreaching immigration officers, lengthy backlogs, and senseless allocation of numerically limited visas. Schedule … more

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