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Dreamers Can Now Apply Because Of Biden Immigration Reform. Daca

Will Dreamers & DACA recipients get Green Cards under Biden?

Dreamers Top The List For Immigration Reform Dreamers Are Important To The US So what are we left with now? Will Dreamers Get Green Cards Under Biden? Still Waiting for the DREAM to become REALITY: This is my 25th year as an immigration lawyer — and we are focused on…

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What is DACA and why should you care?

Efforts to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) began in 2017. DACA has been in the news a lot since then. What is DACA, what has changed? And why should you care? The history of DACA In the summer of 2012, following 2 years of protest and grassroots advocacy…

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DACA “not dead yet”: renew DACA now!

Federal judge William Alsop in San Francisco has blocked Trump’s administration from ending DACA. Claiming that the move to rescind the program was based on “a flawed legal premise,” he ruled that the program must be left in place until the litigation to remove it has been decided. Dreamers’ lives…

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URGENT: DACA has changed! If you are a dreamer you need to read this NOW

Dreamer Applications (also known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) have been in the news a lot lately, with President Trump’s administration talking about ending the program, but now also claiming they will preserve the close to 800,000 youth currently protected by the program in the United States. If you currently hold DACA you…

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10 Things Every Undocumented Teenager Needs to Know

This article is for the undocumented teenager.  Many people call you Dreamers, right? If you are a youth aged 14 to 31, or the parent of a teen, please read on. If your undocumented teenager has not yet applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), he or she should do it….

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Executive Action: Texas Court Decision – What does it mean?

Media reports are circulating regarding the injunction issued on the 2014 Executive Action, by the Honorable Judge Andrew Hanen  of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, in Brownsville, Texas. While the order will have an impact on the government’s ability to accept Expanded DACA applications on February…

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Executive Order on Immigration: Top 7 Myths

Executive order – It’s been five weeks since President Obama spoke to the Nation on Immigration Action.  In that short time, law firms all over America which exclusively handle immigration matters have been flooded with calls, emails and in person consultations. Most people want to know about expanded Deferred Action for…

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Executive Action: 10 Things You Must Know

President Obama’s November 20, 2014 Executive Action Announcement Brought with It Ten Main Points: Strengthen Border Security Immigration will have three new task forces. Southern maritime border. Southern land border and West Coast. Investigations to support the other two task forces.   Executive Action to Revise Removal Priorities The executive…

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