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  • NBC News: Applications for Immigration Action Could Begin in Mid-February
    NBC News: Applications for Immigration Action Could Begin in Mid-February

    As reported by NBC News , USCIS Director Leon Rodriguez told Spanish-speaking reporters in a conference call that immigrants should be able to start applying for deportation relief and work permits ...

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  • Reagan-Bush Family Fairness: A Chronological History
    Reagan-Bush Family Fairness: A Chronological History

    Today, the American Immigration Council releases Reagan-Bush Family Fairness: A Chronological History . From 1987 to 1990, Presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush, Sr. used their executive authority ...

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  • Stop Notario Fraud - How AILA Members Can Help
    Stop Notario Fraud - How AILA Members Can Help

    Michelle Mendez, co-chair of the AILA National Consumer Protection & UPL Action Committee, shares information about combating notario fraud related to the new deferred action for parental ...

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  • Law Professors Affirm Obama's Immigration Action Within Legal Authority
    Law Professors Affirm Obama's Immigration Action Within Legal Authority

    Today, more than a hundred legal scholars released a letter after reviewing the President Obama’s announced executive actions on immigration, that confirms that his plan for immigration action is ...

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  • US DOL's Expanded U and T Visa Certifications for Victims of Workplace Crime
    US DOL's Expanded U and T Visa Certifications for Victims of Workplace Crime

    Dear friends, The Obama administration has included two important changes with respect to U and T visas for victims of crime in the workplace and trafficking as part of its administrative reform, by ...

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  • Expanded Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals
    Expanded Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals

    On November 20, 2014 Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Charles Johnson issued a memorandum significantly expanding the number of individuals eligible for deferred action for childhood ...

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