June 6th, 2018

The “Child Status Protection Act” may allow a person to immigrate to the U.S. as a “child” even though they are over the age of 21.  This protection may allow a person to immediately immigrate to the U.S. instead of having to wait several additional years to be granted permanent resident status. more

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May 1st, 2018

Some clients need waivers for fraud, while others need waivers for crimes. Here, our client needed waivers for both. But with hard work and determination, RMZD is happy to say that our client is now a U.S. citizen. more

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May 1st, 2018

A green card is not automatically issued to people who have been granted a Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver (I-601A). An RMZD client learned this lesson the hard way when she was charged with ‘Alien Smuggling’ and prohibited from returning to the U.S. despite her approved I-601A. more

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March 14th, 2018

Many people dream of entering the U.S. and being granted permanent resident status. But after doing so, they dearly miss beloved family members living abroad. That is why one RMZD client began the process of bringing her mom to the U.S. as soon as she could. more

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February 23rd, 2018

Getting married simply for a green card almost never works. Rather, it may actually prevent a person from ever being granted permanent resident status. However, with the right attorney and the correct legal strategy, even U.S. citizenship is still possible despite the fake marriage. more

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February 6th, 2018

Becoming a U.S. citizen before your child turns 21-years-old may be the difference between your child getting their green card immediately, or having to potentially wait several years to be granted permanent resident status.  Because of this huge difference, RMZD went to great lengths to schedule a private naturalization ceremony for our client. more

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December 20th, 2017

RMZD is proud that we were able to help our client finally receive his green card after more than 30 years in the U.S. We did so by relying on a form of relief from deportation that is only available to a very small number of people. more

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December 18th, 2017

Our clients were somewhat surprised that the advice they were given by prior attorneys was incorrect. But now that they have received their green cards, they are sure thankful that RZMD took the time to understand the unique facts of their case. more

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October 12th, 2017

An outstanding order of deportation may make you ineligible for your green card. But that just means you need a different strategy. For one RMZD client, she now has a green card after reopening her case and having the deportation order vacated. more

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October 12th, 2017

The U.S. Embassy in Manila will often deny cases when the applicant has previously used drugs. This youthful mistake can lead to a lifetime of being separated from loved ones in the United States. However, with the right attorney and legal arguments, family reunification is still possible! more

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