By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved Application Based on 245(i) – October 17, 2017
17th Oct 2017
Eligibility for adjustment of status under Section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act can make a huge difference in a person’s life. It can mean the difference between being given your green card in the U.S. within a few months, versus the much longer process of being required to obtain a waiver of your unlawful presence and thereafter traveling outside of the U.S. to obtain an Immigrant Visa. more
By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved Application for Adjustment of Status (I-485) – October 13, 2017
13th Oct 2017
Waiting for a green card after being petitioned by a relative can be a long process, especially when petitioned by a sibling. But for one RMZD client, the years and years of waiting is over because her case has finally … more
By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (I-751) – October 13, 2017
Recent marriages will only result in 2 year green cards. This RMZD client has successfully removed the condition on his green card and has now been granted permanent resident status, with a green card valid for 10 years. more
By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on From Fraudulent Entry to Waiver to Citizenship in 3 Not-So-Easy Steps!
By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly & Nancy E. Miller
An immigrant in this situation may be eligible to apply for a waiver of their prior misrepresentation pursuant to Section 237(a)(1)(H) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”). And if the waiver is granted, and they are otherwise eligible, they will be able to apply for U.S. citizenship. more
By : admin. | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on A Green Card Is Still Possible Despite A Deportation Order
An outstanding order of deportation may make you ineligible for your green card. But that just means you need a different strategy. For one RMZD client, she now has a green card after reopening her case and having the deportation order vacated. more
By : admin. | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on Green Cards After Previous Denials Because of Drug Use
The U.S. Embassy in Manila will often deny cases when the applicant has previously used drugs. This youthful mistake can lead to a lifetime of being separated from loved ones in the United States. However, with the right attorney and legal arguments, family reunification is still possible! more
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