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We have been devoted exclusively to the practice of U.S. Immigration and Nationality law for nearly 40 years. Our Los Angeles Immigration Lawyers and our San Francisco Immigration Lawyers are Certified Legal Specialists that are dedicated to assisting individuals in everything ranging from green cards to deportation and from visas to United States citizenship. Our Los Angeles Immigration Law Office and our San Francisco Immigration Law Office also represent businesses with PERM Labor Certifications and H-1Bs and work visas and all other forms of employment immigration. We also have an immigration law office in the United States in Las Vegas and international offices in the Philippines and China. Our attorneys are experienced, dedicated, and knowledgeable in all areas of immigration. Contact us today to find a good immigration lawyer in Los Angeles, CA.

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  • Hi Emily: I received a notice to take the oath ceremony. I would like to thank everyone at Reeves Immigration Law Group, especially to you and Attorney Sara Cross for helping me with my lifelong dream.

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Immigration News

  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Expansive Immigration Detention
    March 21 2019

    Immigrants with even minor, dated criminal convictions will now be placed in mandatory detention without the possibility of a bond hearing—even if they have already served their time and been previously released. The U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Nielsen v. Preap this week. A majority of the Court ruled that an immigration law […] The post Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Expansive Immigration Detention appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Congress Debates Reauthorization of Expired Violence Against Women Act
    March 21 2019

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), a landmark piece of legislation that was the first to offer clear protections for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, is up for reauthorization this year. The law has been instrumental in providing protections for immigrants who have faced this type of violence. Due to the government shutdown, […] The post Congress Debates Reauthorization of Expired Violence Against Women Act appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Taking H-4 Spouses out of the US Workforce Would Hurt Women the Most
    March 19 2019

    The Trump administration is set to issue a proposed rule that would prevent the spouses of certain high-skilled temporary foreign workers from getting jobs while they are in the United States. The rule—which would bar employment for those in H-4 status—would waste economic potential and have a disproportionate impact on women. This new rule derives […] The post Taking H-4 Spouses out of the US Workforce Would Hurt Women the Most appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]