9th Circuit Rules that Aged-Out Children Can Recapture Their Parents’ Priority Date

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27th Sep 2012

By: Reeves & Associates   A very wise person once said “sometimes you get what you want; you just have to wait for it”.  After years of litigation in federal courts, a huge victory was heralded for Reeves & Associates … more

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REEVES & ASSOCIATES WINS NINTH CIRCUIT CSPA APPEAL!

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26th Sep 2012

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT After years of litigation in federal courts, today heralded a victory for Reeves & Associates and our clients in the battle to expand coverage of protection under the Child Status Protection … more

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“Automatic” Citizenship: Citizenship by Derivation and Acquisition

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19th Sep 2012

By: Reeves & Associates  American citizenship is a status endowed with privilege and protection, as well as personal and social responsibility.  It is a source of pride, promise, and opportunity    There are myriad advantages to being a U.S. citizen. Only United … more

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Immigration Options For Crewmen

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12th Sep 2012

By Reeves & Associates People who entered the United States with C-1 or C-1/D visas often say that they entered as “crewman” or with a “seaman’s book.”  Generally, they are not eligible to adjust their status (meaning complete their processing for … more

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Immigration Consequences of Controlled Substance Violations

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7th Sep 2012

By Reeves & Associates A non-citizen’s defense against deportation should begin the moment he or she is charged with a controlled substance violation.  The immigration laws of the United States are extremely unforgiving to non-citizens who have been convicted of … more

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