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  • District Court Dismisses Deferred Action Lawsuit
    District Court Dismisses Deferred Action Lawsuit

    The Anti-DACA lawsuit, Crane vs. Napolitano, has been dismissed by a U.S. District Court. The lawsuit, brought on by Kris Kobach and several ICE officers sought to overturn the government’s Deferred ...

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  • Here's Everything You Need to Know About the New National Deferred Action Law
    Here's Everything You Need to Know About the New National Deferred Action Law

    The Announcement is finally here!!! Starting August 15, 2012, young students living in the United States without authorization may apply for “Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals. Today, the Obama ...

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  • U.S. Citizen is Accidentally Deported to Columbia, Spends Months in Jail
    U.S. Citizen is Accidentally Deported to Columbia, Spends Months in Jail

    U.S. Citizen is Accidentally Deported to Columbia, Spends Months in Jail A bizarre immigration case emerged this week as a U.S. citizen who was accidentally deported to Columbia by U.S. Immigration ...

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  • Connecticut Officers Arrested on Conspiracy Charges
    Connecticut Officers Arrested on Conspiracy Charges

    Four East Haven, Connecticut, Police Officers Charged with Targeting Illegal Immigrants This week, federal authorities arrested four East Haven, Connecticut police officers on charges of conspiracy, ...

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  • It's Time to Apply for Deferred Action
    It's Time to Apply for Deferred Action

    After Much Anticipation, the Deferred Action Program is Finally Here Here at our offices, we have been receiving many, many phone calls and emails about the Obama Administration’s Dream Act Deferred ...

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  • When Deportation Equals Death Sentence
    When Deportation Equals Death Sentence

    Every immigration case is different. That is what makes Immigration Law so complicated. These cases can drastically affect the lives of people in the United States and their families. In some cases, ...

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