March 18th, 2016

Making a “material misrepresentation” results in a lifetime bar from obtaining a green card. But as one RMZD client happily found out, this bar can be waived based on a showing of “extreme hardship” to your spouse or parent. more

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March 16th, 2016

Caring for a sick and elderly parent in a noble thing. But when you enter the U.S. under an assumed name to do so, your actions have consequences regardless of your underlying motivation to be a dutiful daughter. Fortunately, for this RMZD client, she was granted a waiver of her prior actions and issued a green card by a San Francisco Immigration Judge. more

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October 10th, 2013

We all make mistakes. But what happens when it is the government that makes the mistake and erroneously denies your case? For one RMZD client, instead of giving up, he continued to fight for his green card until the government saw the error of their ways. more

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March 25th, 2013

We all know that some people get married solely for a green card. So how do you prove that your marriage was for love? Though sometimes challenging, RMZD believes it is always worth the fight. more

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August 8th, 2012

Prior fraudulent actions are not easy to overcome. But they are not impossible either. RMZD is proud to tell you about our client who was granted a waiver for his entry to the U.S. under an assumed name. more

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June 20th, 2012

The decisions of Consular Officers at U.S. Embassies are difficult to overcome. Through hard work and dedication though, a visa is still possible with the assistance of the right attorney. more

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May 23rd, 2012

It took multiple attorneys, more than 10 years, and a lot of money, but RMZD can happily report that our clients now have their green cards. more

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January 16th, 2012

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Our client waited, and waited, and waited for her green card. She never imagined it would take as long as it did, but after more than two-and-a-half decades of waiting, she was finally issued her green card. more

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January 2nd, 2012

Entry to the U.S. under an assumed name will bar you for life from obtaining a green card. However, with the right lawyer, you may just be able to obtain a waiver of that lifetime bar. more

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November 5th, 2011

Claiming to be single when you are in fact married may get you a green card. But what about your family that gets left behind? For a recent RMZD client, he will be reunited with his family after being granted a waiver of his prior fraud in Immigration Court. more

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