August 26th, 2011

It took many years and multiple attorneys, but after retaining RMZD, the Immigration Court finally reopened her case, followed shortly thereafter by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service finally issuing her a green card. more

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August 4th, 2011

She committed fraud and her “Qualifying Relative” was dead, but this RMZD client was granted her green card nonetheless. more

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June 13th, 2011

The U.S. Embassy granted a waiver to a very thankful RMZD client after we were able to successfully demonstrate that the denial of her case would result in “extreme hardship” to her U.S. citizen husband. more

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June 7th, 2010

The death of a beloved family is a tragic event. The revocation of an approved petition due to that family member’s death can make a heartbreaking situation that much worse. That is why RMZD is so proud to announce the reinstatement of our client’s petition based on humanitarian grounds. more

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March 16th, 2010

Just because a person fraudulently obtains their green card does not mean they cannot ultimately become a U.S. citizen. It is not easy, but with the help of the right attorney, the dream of U.S. citizenship may still come true. more

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