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Pozo Goldstein, LLP
Since January 2016, 17 new immigration judges have been sworn in by the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), which falls under the purview of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Before the creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) fell under DOJ as well. Last year, EOIR was...
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In the field of Immigration Law, it is not uncommon to encounter individuals or businesses advertising as “Immigration Consultants” or “Notarios.” The danger in relying on these types of individuals or services for legal advice is inherent. These agencies are not run by or sanctioned by an attorney or licensed practitioners and often wind up...
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The Immigration Reform policy put forward by President Obama in 2014, also known as DAPA – Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, has a new chance of becoming reality this year since the Supreme Court announced last week that it would be reviewing the case in the spring session. The policy could be presented before...
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If you become engaged to a person living outside of the United States, your fiancé can apply to obtain a temporary visa, which will allow them to enter the United Sates for 90 days. Once your fiancé has gained access into the US, they may apply for conditional permanent residency. The United States will send...
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Some of the worst scams perpetrated in the United States often seek to defraud and victimize unsuspecting victims who are immigrants in the country. Just this week a notorious scheme was published when the two lead criminals were each sentenced to three years in federal prison. Mr. Hernandez de Arteaga and Ms. Maria de Lourdes...
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House Republicans from the Latino districts are pushing back against the Republican platform of anti-immigrant policies. Specifically, California Congressman Jeff Denham is leading an effort to make a path to legalization for the millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States. In fact, he has co-authored a bill that would give legal status in exchange...
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With the rumors flying about the President taking executive action on the Immigration Reform issue in the near future, Republican conservatives are coming up with a plan to thwart his attempt to act.  This plan is based on control of governmental spending and the Republican’s ability to block the president’s potential laws, but refusing to...
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International corporations who would like to bring employees with specialized skills into the United States from overseas utilize one of two visa categories, the L-1A or the L-1B. The L-1A is limited to executives and individuals who will act in a managerial capacity and may have achieved higher education in the field of expertise. The...
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President Obama has hinted that he intends to allow the passage of a Comprehensive Immigration Reform without waiting for the approval of Congress, despite the fact that earlier this fall, the President stated that he would wait to push forward an immigration policy. At that time he stated he felt it might interfere with the...
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On Wednesday, President Obama spoke at a news conference, following the mid-term elections that took place the previous day. In his statements, the President continued to pledge his support for an Immigration Reform and vowed that he would continue to put forward action to achieve that end. At the news conference, President Obama told the...
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