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
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
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
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
Being deported to your native country is a very scary event. It is impossible to know if you will ever be allowed to return to the United States. And what about the family and friends you are leaving behind? For one RMZD client, these are no longer concerns – he has now been permitted to return to the U.S. as a lawful permanent resident. more
It is true that having to request a “Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver” (Form I-601A) is more difficult than seeking adjustment of status. However, though it may take longer and require more effort, the green cards issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration are exactly the same. Read below for more details about one RMZD client whose life has now been dramatically changed for the better.
Being denied a green card is heartbreaking and life-changing. But for one RMZD client, he refused to give up. And he was rewarded last week with his very own green card. Here is our client’s uplifting story about how he … more
An applicant for adjustment of status must typically prove they were lawfully admitted to the U.S. This can be difficult to prove without a government record of such an admission. However, though it may difficult, it was still possible for a recent RMZD client. more
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. It is complex and confusing, but for one RMZD client, she is thrilled she fought for her son’s eligibility. more
People are obviously disappointed to learn they are not eligible for adjustment of status. But a green card may still be possible. Read about one RMZD client who was recently granted a Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver. more
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