Latest Developments on Deferred Action for Dreamers

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26th Jun 2012

By Robert L. Reeves, Joseph Elias & Nancy E. Miller It has been a little over one week since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its new policy to grant deferred action to qualified “Dreamers”. On Monday, June 18, … more

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Reversal of Embassy’s Decision

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20th Jun 2012

The decisions of Consular Officers at U.S. Embassies are difficult to overcome. Through hard work and dedication though, a visa is still possible with the assistance of the right attorney. more

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Work Authorization for Dreamers!

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15th Jun 2012

By Robert L. Reeves and Joseph Elias Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued an announcement it is making a major immigration policy change that promises to help approximately 1 million young immigrants known as Dreamers. Effective immediately, DHS … more

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Deferred Action for Dreamers

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The Obama Administration announced today that the Department of Homeland Security will begin granting deferred action to undocumented youth and young adults who were brought to the United States as small children and who have been raised and educated in … more

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Legal Remedies for Wrongful Inclusion in the Government’s Secret “No-Fly List”

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11th Jun 2012

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Eric R. Welsh Air travel in post-9/11 America is not easy for any of us, but for persons who have been wrongly included in the government’s “No-Fly List,” flying can be humiliating, degrading, and … more

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