Dangers and Limitations of Entry Under the Visa Waiver Program

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26th Apr 2011

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric Welsh Most nonresident aliens desiring to visit the United States on a temporary basis for business or pleasure must first obtain a “B1” or “B2” visa from the U.S. Embassy in the alien’s … more

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Crimes and Consequences

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19th Apr 2011

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Lorena Larios Shah The Secure Communities program was implemented by the Federal government in 2008.  Since its inception, Immigration Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) has deported about 58,300 immigrants with criminal convictions according to reports by … more

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Imputation Applies to State of Mind Not State of Being

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12th Apr 2011

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller Last week we discussed the fact that the lies from one spouse can be imputed to the other.  This week, we will discuss what else can and cannot be imputed between … more

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Imputing Actions of One Person to Another

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7th Apr 2011

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller Everyone knows that one is responsible for one’s own actions but can you be held responsible for or benefit from the actions of another?  These questions were addressed in two very different … more

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