May 29th, 1997

Politicians who play the race card for political gain and bash immigrants cannot be allowed to violate the rule of law. Immigration law specialists like Reeves & Hanlon, a Professional Law Corporation, stand between such politicians and the precious rights … more

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May 23rd, 1997

A number of PRC and Philippine nationals immigrate to the United States through the L-1 to employment based visa process. The Immigration and Naturalization Service (“INS”) has unjustly targeted citizens of the People’s Republic of China and the Philippines for … more

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May 20th, 1997

It has now been over a month and a half since April 1, 1997, when most of the provisions of the “Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act of 1996” (“IIRAIRA”) went into effect. This article shall focus upon one … more

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May 9th, 1997

Many changes to the immigration laws of the United States occurred last year with the passage of Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty of 1996 (AEDPA) and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRAIRA). Many of the … more

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May 5th, 1997

Are you an immigrant who is unlawfully present in the United States because of an expired visa or because you entered the country without any visa at all? If you are an immigrant who falls in either category, there are … more

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April 11th, 1997

On September 30, 1996, President Clinton signed into law the most restrictive and mean spirited immigration act ever written. The new law provides that anyone who is eligible to adjust their status here, but has been in the United States … more

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April 1st, 1997

One of the more significant provisions of the 1996 Act is the new “expedited removal” procedure. This frightening law causes great confusion in the immigrant community. They are unclear regarding what “expedited removal” entails, when it begins and who is … more

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April 1st, 1997

Since the passage of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (“IIRAIRA”) on September 30, 1996 aliens in the United States have been waiting in anticipation for the changes the new law would bring on April 1, 1997. This … more

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March 25th, 1997

The Law Offices of Robert L. Reeves wishes to thank all of you in the immigrant community for allowing us to serve your legal needs. Our firm continues its commitment to the immigrant community to provide the best legal representation … more

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March 6th, 1997

The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) is responsible for processing many different types of applications. Under the law it is supposed to adjudicate these applications “within a reasonable time.” When it fails to follow this law, the applicant can ask … more

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