Immigration Lawyers Contest DACA Rescission

Lawyers representing DACA beneficiaries are asking a federal judge to rule on President Trump’s ending of DACA by Executive Order. Lawyers argue his order is unconstitutional and not properly based on regulations enforcing the Immigration and Nationality Act. Our immigration attorneys were helping hundreds of people who were brought to the U.S. as children, are […]

Republican Senator Jeff Flake from Arizona is supporting an extension of DACA to allow recipients who qualify to continue to receive work authorization and deferral of deportation and a new version of the Dream Act which would be a “pathway to citizenship”. In the opinion of our immigration lawyers a ten year program to apply […]

California Law Protects Undocumented Immigrants

Governor Jerry Brown of California signed into law a provision declaring the State of California a Sanctuary City opposed to the Trump Deportation Surge which has relied on local law enforcement to assist ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) in detaining and seeking to deport the undocumented. Our immigration attorneys have noticed an increase in the […]

Immigration Lawyers Fight ICE Detainers

Since the new administration in Washington DC, ICE (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) has sought to detain the undocumented upon arrest by local police, place an ICE Hold on them prevent them from obtaining bail and send them to Immigration Court even in many instances when they have not been convicted of a crime. The Massachusetts […]

Immigration Attorneys Support Dream Act

The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has been urging Congress to pass the Dream Act since 2007. Presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama announced they would sign the bill into law allowing DACA recipients to self petition to Lawful Permanent Residence that would also create a path to citizenship. This year if the bill […]

Dream Act Reintroduced in Congress

The Dream Act, first introduced in the U.S. Senate back in 2007, has been reintroduced by a Republican and Democratic senator and, if approved by Congress and signed by the President, would allow DACA holders to apply for lawful permanent residence in the United States despite having entered the U.S. without benefit of a visa […]

Immigration Lawyers Fight for Bond in Court

When immigration attorneys are defending their clients from deportation, often the first challenge is to obtain a bond for their clients so that they are released from ICE custody and can return home to contest deportation. With a new president the Department of Homeland Security is attempting to deny bond or have bond set so […]

ICE Using High Tech Tools to Detain Immigrants

Not only is DHS under the Trump Administration relying upon google searches, Facebook research and other tools to research one’s immigration status and arrest and conviction records, they are employing other high tech tools to fight international terrorism and to target visa overstays and those who entered the US. Our immigration attorneys make sure to […]

Immigration Lawyers Fight Presidents Deportation Plan

Immigration Attorneys who are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), an organization of which our attorneys are members, are meeting in New Orleans this week to among other matters discuss how best to protect their clients from this new administration. THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET: “Funding for a Massive Deportation Machine” […]

Immigration Attorneys Fight Deportation Reinstatements

Under our previous president, non-criminal aliens were able to ask the government for deferral of their prior removal orders if they were placed into immigration court under the doctrine known as prosecutorial discretion. Our immigration attorneys were able under the previous administration to seek prosecutorial discretion for numerous clients but that has becomes more difficult […]