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  • DACA - Restored and Strengthened
    DACA - Restored and Strengthened

    On December 7, 2020, a United States District Court restored the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) to its original form. This decision came after years of challenges from the Trump ...

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  • Biden Administration Unveils Sweeping Immigration Bill
    Biden Administration Unveils Sweeping Immigration Bill

    In order to modernize the U.S. immigration system, President Joe Biden revealed a comprehensive immigration called the “U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021” on his first day of office and sent the bill to ...

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  • Humanitarian Reinstatement: Keeping Your Immigrant Visa After the Death of your Petitioner
    Humanitarian Reinstatement: Keeping Your Immigrant Visa After the Death of your Petitioner

    Most applicants for family-based immigrant visas are all too familiar with the exorbitant delays in obtaining their visa to the United States. It currently takes eleven years for a married son or ...

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  • Humanitarian Relief through Executive Action
    Humanitarian Relief through Executive Action

    Refugee Status for Certain Central American Children - the Tip of Executive Action Last Friday at Inter-American Development Bank Conference on Investing in Central America, Vice-President Joe Biden ...

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  • As American as Apple Pie - Young Immigrants Unintentionally Claiming Citizenship
    As American as Apple Pie - Young Immigrants Unintentionally Claiming Citizenship

    A common problem among young immigrants is the tendency to unintentionally claim false citizenship. When Pulitzer Prize winner Jose Antonio Vargas publicly announced his undocumented status, he ...

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  • Employment-Based Immigration: Keeping Up with New Decisions
    Employment-Based Immigration: Keeping Up with New Decisions

    Time has a tendency to creep by in the practice of immigration law. Applications and petitions are submitted and months pass without any indication of progress by USCIS. Forms are filed online with ...

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