Relief for Immigrants with Old Misdemeanor Convictions

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30th Sep 2016

By Attorneys Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller On September 28, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill-1242 to little fanfare. The new law amends California Penal Code Section 18.5 which had lowered the maximum penalty under California law for a misdemeanor, … more

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Current Issues & Recent Developments in K Visas

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23rd Sep 2016

By Attorneys Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller Immigrating through marriage is a very common way to get a green card.  Once a U.S. citizen and an alien agree to marry each other, they must work out the details of … more

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Opportunity overlooked? Don’t judge a C-1 visa by its cover

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16th Sep 2016

By Attorneys Ben Loveman and Nancy E. Miller Every week clients consult with us who erroneously believe that they are not eligible for adjustment of status simply because they entered on a C-1 visa.    The prevailing understanding of the C/D … more

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Exciting New Opportunity To Enter The U.S.: The “International Entrepreneur Rule”

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9th Sep 2016

By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly and Nancy E. Miller It is well known that there are limited ways of lawfully residing in the U.S.  It is most commonly allowed on the basis of family relationships or on the foreign national … more

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Staying Removal After A Final Order of Deportation

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2nd Sep 2016

By Nancy E. Miller of Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza, A PLC Listening to a judge order you removed from the United States is devastating.  But the full impact comes later, after the shock wears off.  Once the removal order … more

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