Approved Application for Work Authorization (I-765) – December 11, 2017

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11th Dec 2017

Our client is maintaining valid L-2 as her husband’s derivative. This employment authorization document will allow her to work and make a meaningful contribution to the U.S. economy.
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Approved I-751 Removal of Conditional Status – December 8, 2017

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8th Dec 2017

Recent marriages will only lead to green cards being issued on a conditional basis. Remember that you must petition to remove the conditions on your residence. more

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Approved Green Card Application Based on Marriage – December 8, 2017

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The USCIS is more than willing to issue green cards based on marriage. But like these RMZD clients, you better be able to prove the marriage is valid for immigration purposes. It may be harder than you think. more

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We Look Back Before We Look Ahead: Remembering a Few of Our Many Successes From 2017

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At Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza, we handle cases in all avenues of immigration law: family-based, employment-based, business and investments, deportation defense, naturalization, appeals and federal litigation. The cases are very different but a common theme that runs through how we handle them is: never give up. more

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Approved H-1B Extension – December 6, 2017

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6th Dec 2017

Our client has already been in H-1B status for 6 years. However, we were able to secure her an additional three years via AC-21. This will allow her to continue working in the U.S until her priority date becomes current and she can adjust her status. more

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Approved I-130 & I-485 – December 5, 2017

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5th Dec 2017

The USCIS has granted our client conditional permanent resident status based on his marriage to a U.S. citizen. We are already preparing to remove the conditions in two years! more

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Approved I-601A Provisional Waiver – December 5, 2017

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With this approved Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, our client will now be able to attend their interview at the U.S. Embassy without having to worry about a 10-year. Adjustment of status would have obviously been preferred, but unfortunately not everybody has 245(i) protection. more

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Post-Conviction Relief for Immigrants with Criminal Records

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1st Dec 2017

All criminal convictions have consequences, but when an immigrant is convicted of a crime, the consequences can be much worse than fines, probation, and imprisonment. An alien (even a permanent resident) convicted of a crime can be detained and deported without eligibility for relief, forcibly separated from their family and their lives in the United States. more

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