BRINGING YOUR FIANCE/E TO THE UNITED STATES

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30th Mar 2010

By Attorney Robert L. Reeves and Flomy Javier Diza The internet has changed our way of life-from the way we shop to the way we find our true love. People browse websites for social networking, online dating, chatting, and virtual … more

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WHEN TO GO TO FEDERAL COURT

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23rd Mar 2010

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller When an application is filed with a government agency, one would expect a timely decision and not just to be placed on hold indefinitely. This expectation is supported by U.S. Administrative Laws … more

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Waiver Granted – Naturalization Next

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16th Mar 2010

Just because a person fraudulently obtains their green card does not mean they cannot ultimately become a U.S. citizen. It is not easy, but with the help of the right attorney, the dream of U.S. citizenship may still come true. more

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Immigration Options for RNs and PTs

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15th Mar 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias The immigration landscape for foreign RNs and PTs has changed in recent years due in most part to the retrogression of immigrant available visa numbers and US education requirements for these … more

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Visa Petitions and Embassy Approvals

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8th Mar 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeff L. Khurgel Petitioning for a loved one to immigrate to the United States can be a difficult and confusing process. U.S. immigration involves three or four different U.S. government offices in different parts … more

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Filing For H-1Bs Workers

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2nd Mar 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and May Zhang The April 1st H-1B filing date is approaching fast. As discussed in our previous articles, the H-1B visa is subject to an annual cap of 65,000. An additional 20,000 H1B visas are … more

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