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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+++

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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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The United States and the Cuban Government signed a joint statement by which they rescinded certain policies unique to Cuban nationals.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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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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Upcoming Supreme Court Ruling Will Impact Immigrants

In 2014, President Obama unveiled the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) . The policy, which would expand upon the existing Deferred Action for Childhood ...
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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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ALERT Revised Adjustment of STatus Procedures ALERT

When the President announced immigration executive action in November 2014, the focus was mostly on legalizing millions of undocumented immigrants and most paid little or no attention to the remainder ...
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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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Mayors File Brief in Support of Obama Deferred Action Plan

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, joined by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, and 70 other mayors have petitioned the court to lift the injunction against the deferred action executive actions taken by ...
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Obama Immigration Action Injunction Madness

An appeals court set a hearing for April 17, 2015 to decide whether the temporary hold on the President’s deferred action programs should be lifted. The injunction was issued at the request of ...
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Department of Homeland Security Receives Necessary Funding

After a much anticipated wait, Congress has finally voted to enact a full-year funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security. It is a "clean" bill, meaning that it doesn't contain ...
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Republicans Take Aim at Hispanics

In a dazzling display of anti-Hispanic fervor, the Republican Party has orchestrated a lawsuit filed by Republican governors aimed directly at separating US citizen children from their Hispanic ...
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Immigration Reform and Orlando's Economic Recovery

As has been addressed by my other colleagues, President Obama recently announced his plans for reforming our immigration system through taking executive action to positively amend enforcement ...
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Temporary Protected Status for Many Immigrants

Richard Maney Senior Partner Board Certified Immigration & Nationality Attorney Homeland Security has granted Temporary Protection Status to the nationals of Syria and four African countries. ...
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How to Seek Prosecutorial Discretion from ICE Starting Monday 1/5/15

After the President's announcement concerning immigration executive action, the Secretary of Homeland Security provided enforcement guidance on the exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Along with ...
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Border Security Statistics and Removal Priority Outlook

Every year the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) releases end of year statistics. Recently, the DHS published enforcement statistics for the fiscal year 2014 (October 1, 2013 to September 30, ...
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Ongoing Challenges to Immigration Executive Action

Sometimes, during a court proceeding, the presiding judge will determine that he or she should not oversee the trial. In such instances the judge will be removed from the case by way of judicial ...
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Funding v. Non-funding Nonsense of Immigration Executive Action

This Tuesday the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, had the pleasure of appearing before the House Committee on Homeland Security to defend the President's executive ...
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Executive Action - Businesses Left Out......

When the President announced immigration executive action last week, he did so, at least in part, under the pretense of keeping families together. A noble thought indeed, but strategically incomplete ...
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EXTRA - Immigration Executive Action - EXTRA

I have always predicted that there will not be any kind of immigration reform and tonight I report to you that I am very pleased to have been wrong. Although the President did not share all of the ...
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Business Friendly Visa Policy between China and U.S. Takes Effect

Not all immigration news or actions are controversial. During his visit to China at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting, the President announced that the United States and China have ...
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Election Backlash and Broken Promises - 20/20 Hindsight

"I am not going to give up this fight until it is done." This is what the President told leaders at the Hispanic Congressional Caucus Institute after he broke his promise to act on ...
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Immigration Reform - Is The Writing On The Wall?

By now everybody in the immigrant community and elsewhere knows about the President's promise to act on immigration by way of executive action between the November elections and the end of this ...
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Presidents and Executive Action on Immigration

When the President finally acts on his promise, to take immigration reform into his own hands, and invokes executive action to resolve the current immigration quandary as much as his executive powers ...
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