October 10th, 1995

Because I represent the Filipino war veterans in their national class action against Immigration & Naturalization Service, I receive letters and phone calls almost daily from wives and children of war veterans asking if they, too, can become naturalized because … more

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October 4th, 1995

I recently wrote an article about the “H waiver” and how it can be used to help married Filipinos who immigrated to the United States claiming they were single. However, that article only addressed the problem from the standpoint of … more

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August 27th, 1995

In one of my recent articles I discussed a waiver available under the Immigration and Nationality Act that applies to individuals who made misrepresentations to an immigration officer either here or abroad in order to avoid the long quota wait … more

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August 1st, 1995

Several months ago, I wrote an article about a firm of relief called “Suspension of Deportation” (Attorney Robert L. Reeves Offers New Hope for TNT’s , January 27- February 2,1995). As I explained in that article, Filipinos of good moral … more

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July 26th, 1995

There’s a typhoon on the horizon, and the eye of the storm is in Washington D.C.. Since Proposition 187, we can already feel the Front of the Storm in California. However, there are still a few of safe harbors left … more

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July 25th, 1995

Filipinos who misrepresented their marital status by claiming to be single when, in fact, they were married prior to immigrating to the United States may obtain a waiver of the fraud without fear of being deported and may then immigrate … more

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July 18th, 1995

Many permanent residents are anxiously waiting to become naturalized United States Citizens, thinking that U.S. citizenship will get their children here faster. Unfortunately for Filipinos, naturalization often does just the opposite, increasing the waiting period up to 30 years or … more

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April 16th, 1995

Thousands of Filipinos who lost U.S. Citizenship may now have their U.S. Citizenship restored. However, many former U.S. Citizens are not even aware that they were a U.S. Citizens, and secondly that this benefit may now be restored. This is … more

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March 4th, 1995

Until recently, many abused spouses and children could not obtain a green card unless their U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident spouse or parent filed an immigrant visa petition on their behalf. Because of this, the battered spouse or child would … more

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