The Immigration Reform Down Payment

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29th Jun 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Joseph I. Elias Immigration reform is a contentious political issue that has recently received significant publicity and attention.  Anti-immigration fervor lead to the passage of Arizona’s notorious anti-immigrant measure and the more recent law … more

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What Every Employment-Based Applicant Awaiting Visa Availability Needs to Know

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22nd Jun 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeff L. Khurgel Based on recent United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) statistics, there are currently about 200,000 individuals in the United States (U.S.) who have applied for employment-based adjustment of status (Green … more

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SUPREME COURT APPLIES COMMON SENSE TO SIMPLE POSSESSION CONVICTIONS

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15th Jun 2010

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller Until now, it was an open question whether a non-citizen could be deprived of all relief from deportation as a result of two minor drug possession convictions.  However, today, the United States … more

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Protecting Your Green Card When Traveling Outside the United States

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8th Jun 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson Summer is here and for many that means vacations and family trips.  However, for lawful permanent residents (green card holders) extra planning is needed for traveling outside the United States.  One particular … more

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Humanitarian Reinstatement Granted

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7th Jun 2010

The death of a beloved family is a tragic event. The revocation of an approved petition due to that family member’s death can make a heartbreaking situation that much worse. That is why RMZD is so proud to announce the reinstatement of our client’s petition based on humanitarian grounds. more

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WAIVER STILL POSSIBLE AFTER THE DEATH OF A PARENT

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3rd Jun 2010

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller An adult  beneficiary of a petition filed by a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident parent has to wait many years for his petition to become current.  However, it is … more

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