April 15th, 2019

American Citizen Finally Receives Her U.S. Passport

Imagine being born and raised in the United States, and then having your U.S. citizenship questioned when you apply for a U.S. passport. But rather then spending her time fearing deportation to a country she did not know, one particular client of Reeves Immigration Law Group focused all her energy on obtaining what was rightfully deserved – a U.S. passport. more

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November 27th, 2018

Changing your status from “tourist” to “student” has always been challenging. It was made even more difficult recently with a change in government policy, which requires a person to maintain valid tourist status while the request for student status is pending. Add in bad advice from an attorney and it becomes nearly impossible . . . but not completely impossible. Here is the story of one of our clients who was able to overcome all of the above and is now lawfully studying in the U.S. more

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November 19th, 2018

Imagine waiting more than 20 years for your green card and then being told that your file has been lost and you have to start waiting all over again.  Believe it or not, this recently happen to our client.  However, after filing a lawsuit in federal court, we can now happily say that our clients and their families have been reunited in the United States. more

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October 19th, 2018

Adjustment of status for K-1 and K-2 visa holders can be complex even under the best of circumstances.  Things become even more challenging when there is a divorce and the derivative child turns 21-years-old.  However, as one happy Reeves Immigration Law Group client can say, good lawyering can still lead to a green card.   more

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September 20th, 2018

Obtaining a tourist visa may seem impossible, especially if you family in the United States or an approved Immigrant Visa petition.  However, with the right documents and proper preparation, visiting the U.S. is still very possible. more

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September 17th, 2018

It has become more difficult than ever to be granted asylum.  However, it is still possible.  With hard work and the right attorney, permanent resident status may still be a realistic possibility based on your fear of returning to your native country. more

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July 26th, 2018

The process of being granted permanent resident status is always difficult and stressful. And some cases have more challenges than others. But cases are rarely impossible. As one recent Reeves Immigration Law Group happily learned, a green card is still possible despite entering the U.S. under an assumed name. more

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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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