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  • Who Can Enter the U.S. During the 60-Day Ban?
    Who Can Enter the U.S. During the 60-Day Ban?

    If you are seeking temporary or permanent status in the U.S., you may be worried about the effects of a recent executive order on your case. Signed by the President on April 22 nd , the executive ...

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  • The Truth About Asylum and the Caravan
    The Truth About Asylum and the Caravan

    Although headlines about the migrant caravan dwindled within days of the midterms, the topic marches on in my mind. As an immigration attorney, I could chalk this up as an occupational hazard. But as ...

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  • The Fight for Immigration Reform after the Election
    The Fight for Immigration Reform after the Election

    Still Our Country: The State of Immigration Laws & Fight for Immigration Reform after the Election "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." -Emma Lazarus There is ...

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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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  • Obama to Announce Executive Order on Immigration Tonight
    Obama to Announce Executive Order on Immigration Tonight

    President Obama will announce his executive order on immigration tonight (8:00 p.m. ET). It appears that Obama will finally follow through on his promise to exercise his executive powers to address ...

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  • International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women; VAWA and U.S. Immigration Laws for Victims of Domestic Abuse
    International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women; VAWA and U.S. Immigration Laws for Victims of Domestic Abuse

    November 25, 2013 is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women . Here are just a few of the alarming statistics that underscore the importance of recognizing such a day and ...

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