I LIED TO COME TO THE U.S. – NOW WHAT?

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29th May 2012

By: Robert L. Reeves and Nancy E. Miller. A false claim to U.S. citizenship more often than not results in a permanent bar to living in the United States.  What about if the misrepresentation was something other than U.S. citizenship? … more

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Green Cards After Years of Frustration

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23rd May 2012

It took multiple attorneys, more than 10 years, and a lot of money, but RMZD can happily report that our clients now have their green cards. more

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Traveling Under Advance Parole is No Longer a Departure

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22nd May 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Erin Lee. Individuals who depart the United States after having lived here without lawful status for one year or more are barred from returning for 10 years.  The “10-year bar” is a statutory penalty … more

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File those H-1Bs Now

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9th May 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias The immigration community is preparing itself for the exhaustion of the H-1B cap.    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) most recent count shows that as of April 13, 2012 … more

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Nurses and Physical Therapists Have a Second Chance to Immigrate

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2nd May 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Joseph I. Elias Approximately six years ago, immigrant visa numbers for skilled workers began retrogressing. The skilled worker group includes registered nurses (RNs) and physical therapists (PTs). In 2006, employers petitioned RNs and PTs … more

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