By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on New Proposed Visa for Immigrants Who Buy a Home in the US.
25th Oct 2011
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias On October 20, 2011, Senators Schumer and Lee introduced an exciting new immigration bill intended to promote investment and immigration in the United States. The bill proposes a new three-year residential … more
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Devin M. Connolly For millions of non-U.S. citizens, simply hearing the word “deportation” evokes fear. They may not know how or why a person gets deported, but they do know they want to continue … more
By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Hiring foreign workers proves more time-consuming, costly
17th Oct 2011
By Saul Sugarman Attorneys say their practices are being hurt by a cumbersome and expensive process. Despite a recovering U.S. economy, companies remain reluctant to hire foreign workers, leaving immigration law firms hurting for business. At first, the poor job … more
By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Beware of Diversity Immigrant Visa Program Scam
Below is a duplication of the textual content of the very official looking email circulating from firstname.lastname@example.org The U.S. Department of State Consular affairs declares that the said e-mail is fraudulent. Do not send any money and do not give … more
By : admin | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on Green Cards Are Still Possible After Prior Misrepresentation
12th Oct 2011
Obtaining a green card is challenging enough. And the whole process is made even more challenging when a person is inadmissible due to prior misrepresentations. But for these RMZD clients, the whole process just made them appreciate their green cards even more. more
By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Waivers of Inadmissibility and Standards of Hardship
11th Oct 2011
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric R. Welsh In order to receive permanent residence status in the United States (i.e., a “green card”), an applicant must establish that he or she is “admissible.” In order to demonstrate admissibility, the … more
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