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Immigration Applications
A proposal crafted by White House senior advisor Stephen Miller and under review by the Trump administration could create barriers for legal immigrants to the United States. The proposal authorizes immigration officials to deny immigration applications for green cards or citizenship from individuals or families that have received benefits from any of the following government...
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USCIS Grants
While most public attention is still focused on abuses by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Border Patrol, a new program initiated by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers new hope for some immigrants. The 2018 Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program may provide as much as $10 million for educational programs...
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Pereira v. Sessions
On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a decision that could have a long-lasting effect on the way immigration cases are handled. In Pereira v. Sessions, the Supreme Court ruled eight-to-one that undated notices to appear were invalid and do not trigger the stop-time rule that usually is triggered when...
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Immigration Task Force
The Trump administration has quietly begun implementing a plan that could strip citizenship from thousands of immigrants already living and working in this country legally. A new immigration task force put in place by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has been formed to investigate individuals who have already completed the naturalization process and have become...
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Immigration lawyer
The immigration bill proposed by Miami Republicans as a compromise in the U.S. House of Representatives was voted down by both parties in a rare show of bipartisan agreement. Florida Representatives Mario Diaz-Balart and Carlos Curbelo had crafted the legislation to include concessions to both parties. Endorsed by President Donald Trump in a tweet and...
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US Citizenship Lawyer
A recent arrest in the state of California highlights the dangers that recent immigration policies pose even for legal residents in this country. Jose Luis Garcia, a 62-year-old grandfather and a legal permanent resident of the U.S., was arrested by agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on June 10, 2018, as he watered his...
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Sanctuary City
A recent ruling by a federal judge may reinforce the status of sanctuary cities across the U.S. On June 6, 2018, Judge Michael Baylson ruled that President Donald Trump cannot cut off funding to the city of Philadelphia over its treatment of undocumented immigrants within the city. In a ruling issued by the Eastern District...
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Best Immigration Lawyer
A recent protest held in front of the Miramar, Florida, immigration office highlights the plight of immigrant families in the current political environment. Children are being routinely separated from their families during the course of evaluating requests for asylum and clarifications of their immigration status. This untenable situation has led to calls for greater accountability...
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Immigration Bills
A Miami Republican may represent the best hope for a workable immigration plan from Congress this year. U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo introduced a petition on May 9, 2018, that would change the current rules to allow the House of Representatives to vote on four immigration bills. The bill that received the most votes over a...
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Best Immigration Attorney
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is taking a hands-on approach to immigration cases in a manner that many legal experts find troubling. Rather than allowing cases to go through the normal process, Sessions has been selecting certain cases from the Board of Immigration Appeals for review. It is not yet clear what Sessions plans for...
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