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Undocumented Teenager

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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IMMIGRATION POLICY BY OBAMA INCONSISTENT: REVIEW

IMMIGRATION POLICY BY OBAMA INCONSISTENT: REVIEW Harlan York, the #1 Immigration Attorney.   Your best choice for an Immigration Lawyer if you live in NYC (Manhattan, Harlem, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island).   Last week the latest immigration policy news went public that President Obama is likely to enlarge…

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Deferred Action for Dreamers

Deferred Action for Dreamers: A 2014 Review

There is new guidance out there for Dreamers. The group of immigrant children and young people who were granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) based on grants by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) are able to renew! All Deferred Action issued BY ICE may be renewed 120 days before…

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immigrant youth

Immigrant Youth: 7 Things You Must Know

By now, if you have not applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), you should do it.  And do not try filing the papers on your own.   Contact the best immigration lawyer you can find. PLEASE do not stay among the two million immigrant youth (ages 15-31) who have…

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Deferred Action

Deferred Action for Dreamers – 10 Reasons Why It Is Best

Like you – we as immigration lawyers – continue to hold our breath that Congress will finally act to change the current immigration law. Meanwhile there are still Two Million people who should consider Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“Dreamers”). 1. Deferred Action may not be a green card, but…

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6 Things You Need to Have For New Dream Act Deferred Action

1. Must be younger than 30. 2. Must have been brought to the U.S. before your 16th birthday. 3. Must have been in the country for 5 continuous years. 4. Must have no criminal history. 5. Must have graduated from an American high school, earned an equivalent degree or served in…

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