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  • 02/03/2021
    Keeping your family together through the immigration process

    We understand how important it is to keep your family together—we have families, too. Tell us who you want to sponsor, and we will give you realistic expectations in terms of the process, wait time, and cost. Come see us for a free consultation.

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  • 01/06/2021 - lawofficeofalexanderrvail
    How Do Immigration Bonds Work?

    When an immigrant is arrested and placed into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”), it may be possible to secure his release on a bond. It will depend in part, however, on the classification of detention. For those eligible for a bond, the process can nonetheless be difficult and overwhelming.

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  • 12/16/2020 - lawofficeofalexanderrvail
    Helpful Information About Immigration Detainment

    There are over 200 immigration detention centers throughout the United States, according to the nonprofit Freedom for Immigrants. It can be difficult to learn the whereabouts of a loved one if they are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the immigration system can be challenging to navigate without legal representation. Learn what happens when an undocumented immigrant is taken into custody.

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  • 11/17/2020 - lawofficeofalexanderrvail
    Need help with an immigration issue? Call Alex.

    Alex’s unique ability to listen emphatically and his profound dedication to immigration law equip him to meet the needs of his clients with his legal services.

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  • 11/05/2020 - lawofficeofalexanderrvail
    How to Prepare for a Naturalization Interview

    When applying for citizenship in the United States, there are several ways to prepare for the naturalization interview.

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  • 11/04/2020 - lawofficeofalexanderrvail
    Questions to Ask When Meeting With an Immigration Attorney

    Learn which questions to ask when you meet with an immigration lawyer.

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YOU SHOULD NOT NAVIGATE THE IMMIGRATION PROCESS ALONE.

Come see us, and we’ll tell you how to proceed. You can count on us for an honest answer and plan.

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• Family-Based Immigration
• Naturalization

We are ready when you are.

Call us at (702) 370-5049 to schedule a free consultation.

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CITIZENSHIP GRANTED Matter of V.A.V. (2020)
V.A.V., a native and citizen of the Mexico who had been a lawful permanent resident of the United States for more than three decades, sought the aid of Alex to file an Application for Naturalization (“Form N-400”). He was concerned, however, because he had sustained multiple convictions for driving under the influence in various jurisdictions as well as a battery conviction in violation of Nevada law. Alex prepared the Form N-400 filing, taking special efforts to explain in a memorandum of law why V.A.V.’s convictions did not preclude him from establishing good moral character. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) agreed, approved V.A.V. for naturalization, and he has been sworn in as a United States citizen.

CITIZENSHIP GRANTED Matter of M.S. (2020)
M.S., a native and citizen of Japan who had been admitted as a lawful permanent resident of the United States, sought the aid of Alex to file an Application for Naturalization (“Form N-400”). Alex prepared the Form N-400 filing, prepared M.S. for his interview, and attended the interview with D.S. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) approved him for naturalization, and he has been sworn in as a United States citizen.  

LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENCE GRANTED Matter of B.D.K (2020) 
B.D.K. is a native and citizen of Ethiopia who was adopted by U.S. citizens. Her parents sought Alex’s help to bring B.D.K. from Ethiopia to the United States as a lawful permanent resident. Alex handled everything from the filing of the initial family petition all the way through consular processing. B.D.K. was issued an immigrant visa and has been admitted to the United States as a lawful permanent resident.

BOND GRANTED Matter of P.J.R. (2020)
P.J.R. is a native and citizen of Guatemala who had been arrested for battery on a protected person in violation of Nevada law. After he was released on his own recognizance in the pending criminal case, he was transferred to immigration custody where the Department of Homeland Security refused to release P.J.R. on a bond. Alex filed a motion seeking a custody redetermination hearing with the Las Vegas Immigration Court on his behalf, arguing that P.J.R. did not pose a danger to the community or a risk of flight. Satisfied with the evidence presented, the presiding immigration judge set a bond. P.J.R. was released from immigration custody after posting this bond.

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