Continuing the Fight Even After a Deportation Order

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30th Mar 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Ben Loveman Just because you or a loved one have been ordered deported, have a final order of deportation or have decided to depart the United States while an appeal from deportation is pending … more

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Overcoming the U.S. Embassy’s Denial of a Visa

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26th Mar 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Devin M. Connolly Applying for an Immigrant Visa at a U.S. Embassy can be a stressful and intimidating process.  The aspiring immigrant has likely waited many years for the opportunity to come to the … more

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Visas for Athletes and Performing Artists

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19th Mar 2012

by Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Anthony J. Favero  Under U.S. immigration law, athletes and performing artists are eligible for temporary, non-immigrant visas known as “P-visas.” The P-visa category is broken down into four groups, (1) internationally recognized athletes (“P-1A”); … more

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Cancellation of Removal: An Exceptional Path to a Green Card

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12th Mar 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Steven J. Malm    En Español Cancellation of removal represents a path to a green card for certain undocumented immigrants that have lived in the United States for long periods of time and have qualifying … more

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Hope After Deportation

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5th Mar 2012

After years of struggle and hope for legal status, sometimes immigrants leave the United States without any hope of ever returning.  However, recent case law may provide a deported immigrant that lost hope of actually returning to the United States. … more

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