Approved Replacement I-94 – December 29, 2017

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29th Dec 2017

Everybody would prefer to apply for a green card in the U.S. rather than applying for an Immigrant Visa in their native country. But an applicant usually must prove that they were lawfully admitted to the U.S. What happens if you lost your I-94? You may need to request a replacement. more

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Resolve to Solve Your Immigration Problem in 2018

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28th Dec 2017

The year has gone quickly and much of the news for immigrants has been harsh. Non-citizens, and their families, are understandably facing the coming year with trepidation. But, we are a country of laws and the laws that provide avenues for relief for immigrants still exists. Some laws may change so those who are eligible for benefits for themselves or family members are advised to apply for them now. Here are a few possibilities. more

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Approved Immigrant Visa Petition Based on Marriage – December 27, 2017

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27th Dec 2017

Love and marriage are wonderful things, especially when it leads to a green card. more

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Green Card Issued Based on Petition from Child – December 23, 2017

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23rd Dec 2017

Our client was able to obtain his green card through a petition from his U.S. citizen child. more

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Approved Request for Humanitarian Parole – December 21, 2017

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21st Dec 2017

The USCIS will only grant requests for Humanitarian Parole in very rare cases. We are very happy for our client that we were able to obtain Humanitarian Parole for him, which will allow him to remain in the U.S. for … more

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Time to Stop the Silence: Sexual Assault and Immigration

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2017 has been a breakthrough year for the victims of sexual assault; so much so that Time Magazine has named “the Silence Breakers” (whom they call “the voices that launched a movement”) as the Person of the Year. Bravo to the many individuals coming forward with sexual harassment and sexual assault stories against those who had abused their positions of power to silence their victims. more

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RMZD Wins Another Deportation Case & Reunites Family

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20th Dec 2017

RMZD is proud that we were able to help our client finally receive his green card after more than 30 years in the U.S. We did so by relying on a form of relief from deportation that is only available to a very small number of people. more

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Approved Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence – December 20, 2017

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It is important to remember that green cards based on recent marriages will only be issued on a conditional basis. Work hard and file a comprehensive I-751 package though and you too will ultimately receive your permanent green card and be on your way to U.S. citizenship. more

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Approved Application for Travel Document – December 20, 2017

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Traveling outside of the U.S. while your case is pending may be necessary for personal reasons. However, immigration laws are complex so it is not appropriate for everybody. Ask you lawyer if you are eligible before applying. more

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Approved Waiver of Inadmissibility (I-601) – December 19, 2017

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19th Dec 2017

The Immigration and Nationality Act specifically states that a person is inadmissible to the U.S. if they commit fraud or make a material misrepresentation. This includes entering the U.S. with fraudulent documents. Fortunately for our client, the law also allows for a waiver of fraud based on hardship to a spouse or parent. more

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