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DACA IN LIMBO

For months, Republicans and Democrats have haggled in Congress over DACA (deferred action for childhood arrivals or "Dreamers") and to no one's surprise, the legislators have failed the ...
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DACA IS BACK - FOR NOW

As most of you know, USCIS is now once again accepting DACA applications, based on a recent court order. If you think you are DACA eligible, call any of our offices today to get a free DACA ...
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UPDATE DACA RESCINDED UPDATE

Dear MGZ Clients and all Blog Readers - following is the actual text of the Department of Homeland Security outlining the terms of the DACA rescission: Recognizing the complexities associated with ...
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DACA RESCINDED

Today, at 11:00AM the U.S. Department of Justice announced that the President has rescinded the DACA program, with a six-months delay. What does this mean? If you have DACA status you will retain this ...
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What is the RAISE Act?

The "Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act" (RAISE Act) would eliminate most of the immigration system we know today and replace it with a "merit-based system," ...
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Travel Ban Update

Both the Department of State and the Department of Homeland Security keep tinkering with the definition of what constitutes a bona fide relationship with respect to the President's Travel Ban ...
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ICE REOPENING ADMINISTRATIVELY CLOSED CASES

Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) Headquarters has confirmed that it is now re-calendaring certain cases that were previously administratively closed by way of exercise of prosecutorial ...
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MGZ OPENS OFFICE IN PHILADELPHIA

Maney|Gordon|Zeller proudly announces the opening of its immigration law practice in Philadelphia, PA. We merged with the law offices of Jay Bagia & Associates, a renowned Philadelphia immigration ...
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+++TRAVEL BAN+++UPDATE+++

A Federal District Court Judge in the State of Washington has put a temporary halt on the President’s executive order concerning the travel ban for persons from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, ...
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ALERT+++TRAVEL BAN+++ALERT

Dear Maney|Gordon|Zeller Clients and Friends We know you are aware of President Trump’s latest executive order concerning the travel ban from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia. ...
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NEW Entrepreneur Rule

On January 17, the DHS published a new final rule to encourage entrepreneurship to grow the U.S. economy by granting parole status to foreign-born investors and family members who establish start-up ...
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Cuba Migration Policy Change

The United States and the Cuban Government signed a joint statement by which they rescinded certain policies unique to Cuban nationals. As a result the DHS has eliminated the long-standing ...
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Use of Private Detention Facilities Under Review

It has long been the practice of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to contract private detention facilities. About 25% of the nation’s immigration detention facilities are privately ...
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CBP To Issue 5-Year Nonimmigrant Waivers

Many foreign business travelers are required to obtain a nonimmigrant waiver to enter the United States because of often long past insignificant criminal infractions. Typically, such a nonimmigrant ...
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Rehearing on DAPA?

All of us are painfully aware about the 4:4 indecision of the United States Supreme Court in the matter of United States v. Texas; e.g. the "DAPA Case," which if granted, would have resulted ...
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Presidential Politics and Immigration Misinformation

Illegal immigration has become a major topic in the current Presidential campaigns. Unfortunately, the candidates who pontificate on stopping illegal immigration are misleading the public on the ...
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TPS Filing Deadline For Yemen Approaching

cksThe deadline to register for TPS (temporary protected status) for Yemen is March 1, 2016. Accordingly, all Yemeni nationals or persons without nationality who last resided in Yemen, should register ...
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U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear President's Executive Action Case

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear President’s Executive Action Case The immigration executive action announced by the President in November 2014, and blocked by a lawsuit filed by the State of Texas ...
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Congress Passes New Omnibus Bill

Late night on 12/15/2015, Congress released its Omnibus Appropriation Bill, which funds the government until the end of this fiscal year, September 30, 2016. The bill includes a number of immigration ...
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Immigration Becomes Center of National Debate

Over the last few weeks, immigration has become the focus of a national debate that has included countless political pundits, presidential candidates, and President Obama himself. Much of this newest ...
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Visa Programs Affected by Potential Government Shutdown

As it has done so many times in the past, Congress passed a stop-gap measure which continues funding the government at current levels. The resolution reauthorized three visa programs and the E-Verify ...
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DAP: What it means, and why you should act now.

Despite the questions surrounding whether President Obama’s decision to offer deferred action for certain parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (“DAP”) will be ...
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Temporary Protected Status Designation for Nepal

On June 24th the Secretary of Homeland Security designated Nepal for temporary protected status following the devastating earthquake which occured in that country on April 25th. As a result, eligible ...
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Employment Authorization for Certain H-4 Spouses

Not all immigration news are bad or controversial. Today I am pleased to report good news. Beginning May, 26, 2015, certain H-4 dependent spouses may apply for employment authoriaztion. H-4 dependent ...
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Lots of New USCIS Forms......

New Version of Form I-129 : Beginning Friday, May 1, 2015, USCIS will only accept the latest version of Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker (edition: 10/23/14). The edition date is printed ...
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