By : admin. | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on Permanent Resident Status After Entry Under Assumed Name
30th May 2019
Entering the United States under an assumed name will bar a person from ever getting their green card. Unless they can get a waiver of their prior fraud! Obtaining a waiver from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is not easy. But as one happy client of Reeves Immigration Law Group recently found out, it is indeed still possible. more
By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Positive Ruling from the Ninth Circuit on Validity of “Notices to Appear” in Immigration Court
24th May 2019
Just a few weeks after the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) issued a decision which drastically limited relief available to certain noncitizens who received defective Notices to Appear in Immigration Court, a ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals was recently issued which now restores hope to those same noncitizens. more
On May 16, President Trump introduced a “points-based” immigration plan that he will push Congress to pass into law. Trump’s plan would entirely cut most family-based immigrant categories, virtually eliminating a citizen or immigrant’s ability to bring certain family members to the United States. Instead, Trump’s immigration system would favor young, high-educated, English speaking immigrants at the exclusion of families and refugees. more
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