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The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has recently released an analysis of the number of immigration-related proposals introduced at the state level between January and June of 2011. NCSL found that more immigration-related bills (1,592) were introduced in the first half of 2011 than in the same time period in 2010 (1,374). While the...
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The Department of Homeland Security has stepped up its enforcement against employers who hire undocumented workers and it may end up costing seventy-one nursery workers their jobs, the Miami Herald reports. The nursery’s business is being hit hard by an action that could cost them half their workers. “The human toll is the real problem....
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It is NOT the DREAM Act, but it is a step in the right direction. Florida is considering allowing in-state tuition to colleges and universities for undocumented students who wish to attend. The tuition exemption would apply to undocumented students who attended a Florida high school for at least three years, graduated from a Florida...
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Clients can now make appointments on our website for the Orlando office. The consultations are $75.00 (pre-paid). One of our case managers will make contact to confirm a date and time for the consultations. In the past year we received many requests to take Orlando clients. After careful thought, we’ve decided that we can best...
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Attorney Steve Goldstein lectured at a seminar on immigration law in Philadelphia presented by Law Review CLE. The course was presented as part of the required continuing legal education credits that attorneys need to remain in good standing with their respective State bar associations. Mr. Goldstein covered grounds of inadmissibility, removal proceedings , bond re-determination...
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Family-based immigration , where either a spouse or an immediate relative petitions for their loved one to adjust their status as a legal permanent resident, is arguably the most preferred method for immigrants to the United States. But not all couples can take advantage of this right. Even though there are now five states that...
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Our client  is the direct victim of a qualifying “criminal activity” which is attempted murder under Section 101(a)(15)(U) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.  He is statutorily eligible under the Attorney General guidelines, in that he has suffered significant mental distress and extreme hardship due to the crime committed against him, and he continues to...
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A few weeks ago, John Morton, head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency , authored an internal memorandum (that quickly became external) spelling out new procedures to dismiss thousands of deportation and removal cases against people facing deportation.  The rationale was simple.  ICE wanted to focus on “serious criminals” and not on the...
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With its October session already underway, the Supreme Court has decided to provide the clarity and uniformity that the problem of hiring unauthorized aliens requires. It has granted the petition for certiorari in Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting on the grounds that it concerns a question of exceptional national importance; and because the state disregarded...
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From the Los Angeles Times, on October 6, 2010, it is reported that the Obama administration deported more people than last year according to figures released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  The article goes on to say that about half of the deportations were immigrants with criminal records.  Still, even with a record...
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