Month: May 2015

Cuba is Removed from the United States List of Sponsored Terrorist States

An historic decision was reached this week when the White House announced that the country of Cuba would be removed from the United States’ list…

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Families in Legal Limbo Awaiting Decision on Immigration Reform

Last November, President Obama spoke to the nation when he announced his plans for Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA). This program, as he explained…

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The Supreme Court Rules Gay Marriage Legal in All 50 States

Thursday, June 26, 2015, will be remembered as an historic day for the United States of America. By a slim margin of votes, 5 to…

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Increase in Immigration Judges

For the first time in its history, the Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review, otherwise known as EOIR, has been allocated the largest…

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Immigration Reform and Hillary Clinton

President hopeful Hillary Clinton has consistently supported the notion of Comprehensive Immigration Reform and continues with message of support in her candidacy. On Tuesday Mrs….

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Provisional Waiver Granted for Transgender Same-Sex Marriage

We were retained by a couple who had been together for over ten years. The petitioner was a native New Yorker, a United States citizen,…

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New Relations With Cuba

Since 1963, the United States has ceased its diplomatic relations with the country of Cuba. Late last year, President Obama announced that he intended to…

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New Guidance on L Visas

The L-1B visa category pertains to very specialized workers who have advanced knowledge and training in precise fields of employment. Theses visas are available to…

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