By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Changes to California Criminal Laws May Help Immigrants with Convictions
28th Oct 2016
By Attorney Eric R. Welsh and Nancy E. Miller A criminal conviction can have devastating consequences for a non-citizen. A conviction can trigger deportation from the United States or bar admission or naturalization. When the immigration laws do not provide … more
By Attorney Devin M. Connolly October is officially designated Filipino-American history month. It is a month for all of us to specifically recognize Filipinos’ role in American history as well as the ongoing contributions of Filipino-Americans to the United States. … more
By Attorneys Devin M. Connolly and Nancy E. Miller The Supreme Court of the U.S. recently announced that they would not rehear the case involving President Obama’s attempts to implement Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) and Deferred Action … more
When people are desperate, they are tempted to take dangerous routes to get what they want even if the chances of success are small and the risk is high. That is why those in positions of power have a great … more
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