Naturalization Through Military Service

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29th Nov 2011

BY Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller As we mentioned last week, immigrants have been quick to show love and gratitude to their new homeland by volunteering to serve in the military.  Immigrants have served as infantry soldiers, medics, … more

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For Immigrants’ Contributions to the United State of America: A Thank you!

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23rd Nov 2011

By: Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller Have you ever considered that the United States of America’s (U.S.) most famous icon is an immigrant?  That’s right.  The Statue of Liberty was “born” in France and brought to the U.S. … more

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Impact of Method of Entry on Adjustment of Status

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15th Nov 2011

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller In the ideal situation, an alien who enters the United States and becomes eligible for lawful permanent residence can get their green card through adjustment of status and not have to leave … more

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Look Before You Leave-The Dangers of Advance Parole

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8th Nov 2011

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller It’s ironic! People can be so desperate to come to the United States that they commit acts that are completely out of character. They use someone else’s name. They misrepresent their marital … more

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Immigration Judge Grants Waiver of Prior Fraud

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5th Nov 2011

Claiming to be single when you are in fact married may get you a green card. But what about your family that gets left behind? For a recent RMZD client, he will be reunited with his family after being granted a waiver of his prior fraud in Immigration Court. more

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House Bill May Eliminate Employment-Based Per Country Caps

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1st Nov 2011

By Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller In one of the only bipartisan measures to come out of the 112th Congress, the House Judiciary Committee voted to eliminate per-country numerical limitations for employment-based green cards.  The bill, which is … more

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