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  • Obama Administration Immigration Program Halted by Federal Courts
    Obama Administration Immigration Program Halted by Federal Courts

    The excitement and enthusiasm felt by supporters of President Obama's landmark immigration reform is beginning to dim as the Executive Orders continue to be held up in federal red tape. Now, even as ...

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  • House Conservatives Vote Down Defense Bill Over Immigration Language
    House Conservatives Vote Down Defense Bill Over Immigration Language

    Earlier this week, conservatives in the House of Representatives successfully defeated a defense bill because of provisions it would have provided young immigrants. The bill would have helped those ...

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  • Pathways to Citizenship: Reflections on a Client’s Naturalization
    Pathways to Citizenship: Reflections on a Client’s Naturalization

    While this week in immigration news began with the launch of provisional waivers for unlawful presence , soon after, media outlets pounced on Jeb Bush for his flip-flop on immigration reform, namely ...

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  • SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on DOMA and Prop 8
    SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on DOMA and Prop 8

    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) hath taken away, but could it giveth soon? Last week SCOTUS shut down pathways to relief for thousands of noncitizens in the criminal context, but next ...

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