Reopening Deportation Orders Based on Same-Sex Marriage

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29th Oct 2014

By Attorneys Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller For same-sex couples, years of discrimination and unequal treatment in all aspects of public and private life has meant lack of access to numerous benefits that heterosexual couples take for granted. Key … more

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Receiving The Dreaded ‘Request For Evidence’ After Filing For An H-1B

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21st Oct 2014

By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly & Nancy E. Miller Although the 2015 Fiscal Year (FY) began a few weeks ago (on October 1), the opening date for filing H-1B applications in order to work during FY 2015 was April 1.  … more

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Why Your Criminal Counsel Should Confer With Immigration Counsel

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17th Oct 2014

By Attorneys Steven J. Malm and Nancy E. Miller   The time to fight removal from the United States on criminal grounds does not begin when the government commences removal proceedings.  The first line of defense comes in criminal court.  … more

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EXPLORING ALTERNATIVES TO H-1B STATUS

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9th Oct 2014

By Attorneys Gregory J. Boult & Nancy E. Miller Living and working in the United States is a dream held by many.  One very popular means of reaching this dream is the H-1B visa.  Unfortunately, not everyone who applies for … more

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The Ongoing Benefits of DACA

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3rd Oct 2014

By Attorneys Eric Welsh & Nancy E. Miller Two years ago, the Department of Homeland Security implemented a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a form of immigration relief available to certain qualifying young persons.  Since its implementation, … more

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