May 15th, 2019

Developments on Validity of Notices To Appear in Immigration Court

Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision stating that Notices to Appear (“NTA”) that do not state a time and place of the deportation hearing in immigration court are not valid.  This failure to comply with legal requirements had varying consequences, including some cases being terminated. The U.S. Supreme Court case was Pereira v. Sessions, and you can read more about this case by clicking on the following link – https://www.rreeves.com/immigration-news/supreme-court-says-ntas-may-invalid/. more

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May 14th, 2019

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Approximately 13% of the U.S. population is classified as an immigrant – an interesting statistic, considering that the U.S. is a nation built off a foundation of immigration. With the exception of Native Americans, the overwhelming majority of Americans trace … more

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April 30th, 2019

Becoming A U.S. Citizen Despite A Checkered Past

It is no surprise that many people dream of one day becoming a U.S citizen.  After all, a person must be a U.S. citizen to vote in elections, file petitions so their parents can immigrate to the U.S., be issued a U.S. passport, etc.  Despite the many advantages of U.S. citizenship, it should also come as no surprise that people sometimes do things that make their path to U.S. citizenship more challenging.  These mistakes are a part of life.  But do these mistakes prevent a person from being granted U.S. citizenship?  more

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April 29th, 2019

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Immigration laws in the United States are extremely complex. Here are three tips on what to look for in an immigration attorney. more

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April 22nd, 2019

Permanent Resident Status Based on Employment

By: Attorney Maridex Abraham If you are a professional, skilled or unskilled worker, you may be admitted to the United States under the employment-based, third preference visa category (EB-3). Under the EB-3 preference category, a person with a full-time job … more

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April 22nd, 2019

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Each year, countless individuals seeking greater economic opportunity and a better life apply for U.S. citizenship. By 2015, two-thirds of immigrants eligible for citizenship had been granted citizen status. For highly skilled workers looking for a less permanent stay in … more

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April 15th, 2019

American Citizen Finally Receives Her U.S. Passport

The United States Department of State is understandably cautious before they issue a person a U.S. passport.  They are determined to avoid issuing a passport to person, who is only fraudulently claiming to be a citizen of the United States.  more

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April 8th, 2019

Get Your Green Card Even Though You Have Been Ordered Deported

The ability to apply for permanent resident status (green card) in the U.S. rather than at the Embassy in your native country is frequently more than a simple convenience.  more

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April 2nd, 2019

A Green Card Is Still Possible Despite the Petitioner’s Death

Losing a beloved family member is one of the most difficult times in a person’s life.  And this tragic event can become even more heartbreaking if it also means that you also lose the privilege of being granted permanent resident status in the U.S. (green card).  more

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March 26th, 2019

On March 19, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that the government may indefinitely detain certain non-U.S. citizens while they await their immigration court removal proceedings. These non-U.S. citizens may be detained without bond or parole. more

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