Overcoming the J Visa Foreign Residence Requirement

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29th Oct 2013

By Attorneys Gregory J. Boult & Nancy E. Miller  The ‘J’ or exchange-visitor visa is a broad visa category designed to enhance cultural exchanges with other countries.  Aliens coming to the U.S. with a J visa can engage in teaching, … more

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Getting a Green Card After Making a Misrepresentation

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21st Oct 2013

By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly and Nancy E. Miller An applicant for permanent resident status has the burden of proving that he is eligible to receive that precious green card.  Actions that one has committed in the past, either in … more

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LOW PROVISIONAL WAIVER APPROVAL RATES HIGHLIGHT IMPORTANCE OF PROPERLY PREPARED APPLICATION

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15th Oct 2013

BY ATTORNEYS BEN LOVEMAN & NANCY E. MILLER   The initial excitement over the provisional waiver has been tempered by new data from the National Benefits Center that about 39% of the applications are being denied.  However, another way of … more

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Green Card After Overcoming Error

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10th Oct 2013

We all make mistakes. But what happens when it is the government that makes the mistake and erroneously denies your case? For one RMZD client, instead of giving up, he continued to fight for his green card until the government saw the error of their ways. more

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The Impact of the Federal Government Shutdown On Your Immigration Case

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9th Oct 2013

By Nancy E. Miller & Frances E. Arroyo October 1 is the beginning of the fiscal year for the United States government. Agencies that are dependent on government funding get their money through the budget that goes into effect at … more

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