Understanding the “Provisional Waiver”

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28th Mar 2013

By Steven J. Malm and Robert L. Reeves  The “provisional waiver” has arrived.  For some intending immigrants, an application for a waiver of the 3 and 10-year bars can be made from within the United States before departing to a … more

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Green Card After Establishing Validity of Marriage

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25th Mar 2013

We all know that some people get married solely for a green card. So how do you prove that your marriage was for love? Though sometimes challenging, RMZD believes it is always worth the fight. more

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The Future of Immigration: Current Reforms and Prospective Relief (Part Two)

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19th Mar 2013

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric R. Welsh   Immigration reform is on the horizon.  The topic of immigration, never far from the national consciousness, has taken center stage in recent months.  It is undeniable that the politics of immigration … more

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Renewed VAWA Legislation Extends Protections for Abused Immigrants

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12th Mar 2013

By Steven J. Malm and Robert L. Reeves The passage of VAWA renewal legislation extends protection available to immigrant victims of abusive relationships.  In the most common scenario, an immigrant seeking to legalize status through VAWA must establish that he … more

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The Future of Immigration: Current Reforms and Prospective Relief

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6th Mar 2013

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric R. Welsh  On January 29, 2013, President Obama delivered an address in Las Vegas, Nevada to promote the cause for “common-sense, comprehensive immigration reform.”  President Obama noted that now is the time for … more

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