The Impact of DACA: One Year Later, Thousands of Lives Improved

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29th Aug 2013

By Attorneys Eric R. Welsh and Nancy E. Miller Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a form of immigration relief available to certain qualifying young persons.  Since its … more

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Obtaining Waivers of Prior Misrepresentations

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21st Aug 2013

By Devin Connolly and Nancy Miller People sometimes misstate reality so that they may enter the United States.  The misrepresentation may go to the heart of their application or it may be less closely related to their request.  If it … more

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Immigration Detention and the Right to a Bond Determination

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15th Aug 2013

By Attorneys Nancy E. Miller and Eric R. Welsh United States immigration laws authorize agents of U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) to arrest and detain any person believed to be removable from the United States.  This can occur during … more

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Motions to Reopen – Hope After a Deportation Order

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7th Aug 2013

By Attorneys Gregory J. Boult & Nancy E. Miller By the latest estimate, approximately 11 million non-citizens are in the United States without status.  They may have come in without papers or they may have stayed beyond the time allotted … more

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