FOR IMMIGRANTS CONTRIBUTION TO AMERICA: A THANK YOU!

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26th Nov 2013

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Nancy E. Miller Have you ever considered that America’s most famous icon is an immigrant?  That’s right!  The Statue of Liberty was “born” in France and brought to America by ship.  The quintessential symbol … more

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24th Nov 2013

We are pleased to announce that Reeves & Associates has changed its name to Reeves Miller Zhang and Diza. Robert L. Reeves, Nancy E. Miller and May Zhang are certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization … more

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IMMIGRATION REFORM: WHERE ARE WE NOW?

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19th Nov 2013

By Nancy E. Miller & Frances E. Arroyo Months after the Senate passed Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill S.744 with overwhelming bi-partisan support, those in power in the House of Representatives, including the Speaker, have refused to allow the bill to … more

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Immigration Relief for Filipinos in the U.S. affected by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)

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15th Nov 2013

Typhoon Haiyan’s (Yolanda) horrific devastation has impacted lives not only in the Philippines but worldwide. On the U.S. front, the attorneys of Reeves & Associates are working tirelessly to obtain immigration relief for Filipinos in the U.S. impacted by Typhoon … more

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Release from Custody for Mandatory Detainees – the Rodriguez Bond

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12th Nov 2013

By Attorneys Michael Bhotiwihok and Nancy E. Miller  A bond hearing is a principle of procedural due process but release on bond is not a guaranteed right.  Many immigrant detainees are routinely denied bond at detention centers. Authority to set … more

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After the 237(a)(1)(H) Fraud Waiver Approval

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7th Nov 2013

By Steven J. Malm, Nancy E. Miller and Robert L. Reeves  Immigrants who obtain their green cards through fraud are subject to removal.  The fraud can take many forms but two common ones are misrepresentation of marital status (i.e. claiming … more

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