By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on What is Prosecutorial Discretion and How Does It Affect You?
31st Aug 2011
By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller On August 18, 2001, the Obama Administration announced that the Department of Homeland Security would review approximately 300,000 pending court cases to determine whether prosecutorial discretion should be exercised in some or … more
By : admin | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on Motion To Reopen Granted and Green Card Issued
26th Aug 2011
It took many years and multiple attorneys, but after retaining RMZD, the Immigration Court finally reopened her case, followed shortly thereafter by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service finally issuing her a green card. more
By Attorney Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias The White House announced today that the Department of Homeland Security will launch a case-by-case review of the 300,000 deportation cases across the nation to focus its efforts on serious criminals. … more
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Devin M. Connolly The ability of non-citizens to reenter the United States after traveling abroad is an area of immigration law that is widely misunderstood. Many lawful permanent residents believe that a green card … more
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Lorena Larios Shah Undocumented immigrants who are victims of domestic violence, trafficking, or other crimes often face obstacles which prevent them from seeking help, such as fear of deportation, poverty, separation from their children, … more
By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Manila Embassy Institutes “Visa Reissuance Program”
2nd Aug 2011
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric R. Welsh On July 25, 2011, the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines instituted a new procedure for renewing a nonimmigrant U.S. visa. This new procedure, known as the “Visa Reissuance Program” (VRP), is … more
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