Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza is committed to reuniting families. Our Family Reunification & Naturalization Team enjoy extraordinary success in its practice on behalf of spouses and children of immigrants including “age-outs,” adoptions, and establishing U.S. citizenship for persons born abroad. We represent clients for waivers for grounds of inadmissibility, removal of conditional resident status including good faith marriage and hardship waivers, and abused spouse petitions under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was enacted in 1994 and reauthorized as recently as 2013. In addition to allocating money and resources for the investigation and prosecution of violent crimes against women, VAWA created important immigration relief for non-citizens who have suffered abuse. This article will discuss two options under VAWA for obtaining permanent residency: the VAWA self-petition, and VAWA cancellation of removal.
Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza attorneys perform a comprehensive examination of the facts and laws relevant in each case and thoroughly prepare clients prior to any USCIS interview or hearing.
Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza’s enormous experience in all aspects of immigration by the number enables its attorneys to give complex solid issues and outshine the expectations of clients. The attorneys and business at Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza yield pride in their what one is in to, and are intensely motivated and display a genuine concern for clients.