Approved “I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker” – August 30, 2017

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30th Aug 2017

Our client’s petition from his employer was approved in only 8 days. Finally, after being in the U.S. for more than 21 years as a law-abiding person, he will soon be able to apply for his green card. more

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Green Card with a Waved-In Entry

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29th Aug 2017

An applicant for adjustment of status must typically prove they were lawfully admitted to the U.S. This can be difficult to prove without a government record of such an admission. However, though it may difficult, it was still possible for a recent RMZD client. more

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Family Reunification Through the ‘Child Status Protection Act’

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The ‘Child Status Protection Act’ may allow a person to immigrate to the U.S. as a ‘child’ even though they are over the age of 21. It is complex and confusing, but for one RMZD client, she is thrilled she fought for her son’s eligibility. more

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WHY YOU SHOULD BE REPRESENTED BY AN EXPERIENCED IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY

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25th Aug 2017

 It has been said that immigration laws and regulations are aptly called a labyrinth that only a lawyer could navigate. The courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals have recognized that attorneys are more familiar with the standards and factors … more

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Navigating the Minefield of Crimmigration Law

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17th Aug 2017

By Attorneys Eric R. Welsh & Nancy E. Miller Immigrating to the United States is difficult under the best of circumstances.  American immigration laws are notoriously thorny and byzantine; many judges have said that only the Internal Revenue Code rivals … more

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New USCIS Policy on TPS As A Pathway To A Green Card

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14th Aug 2017

By Attorneys Michael Bhotiwihok and Nancy E. Miller The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ new policy indicates that a grant of Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) is considered an admission for INA Section 245(a) purposes for adjustment of status applicants residing … more

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MAJOR CHANGES IN IMMIGRATION LAW PROPOSED BY THE SENATE

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4th Aug 2017

By Brittany M. Milliasseau & Nancy E. Miller If you’ve watched the news, browsed a media website, perused a newspaper, or scrolled through social media newsfeeds in the last few days, chances are that you’ve heard about a new immigration … more

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