Preventive decisions 

Do not wait for things to happen to take action. Sometimes we are calm and we react when we see the consequences of something that we are suffering. It does not have to be that way. We do not have to wait until we are detained by immigration to do something in our case. A […]

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Better late than never 

Better late than never. This saying applies to many people who have waited for years to resolve their situation. I see it every day. There are cases like the dreamer who has not yet applied for deferred action. He could have applied years ago and now his peers, friends, neighbors, have had work permits for […]

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Law of 10 years 

Many people ask me about the law of 10 years. They tell me they have been 10 years in the country and they have American citizen children. That’s not enough. They must have at least 10 years in the United States and they must have resident or American citizens children, parents or spouses, but there […]

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Investigate your immigration case 

There is a saying: “Words are gone with the wind. What is important is paper”. This saying also applies to immigration in different situations because sometimes we think we have problem. We were stopped at the border, but when we ask for the record of the border we see that we are fine, no deportation. […]

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Children at risk 

What happened to more than 60,000 youth and children who disappeared during the past year within the vast Mexican territory? What nobody says is that children and young immigrants are vulnerable when they are in the Mexican territoriy to exploitation, sexual trafficking, to be victims of crime, to suffer serious violations of their physical integrity […]

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Request to Obama 

Immigration lawyers are asking President Barack Obama not to accelerate the process of deportation of unaccompanied minors arriving. They say that children and adolescents are a vulnerable population with special needs. It is necessary that these children have full and fair hearings in immigration court since they face potential letal consequences if they are returned […]

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Deportations are faster 

Even without the additional funds from Congress, immigration is speeding deportations of adults detained at the border, setting a trend that worries advocates for immigrants. The homeland security secretary Jeh Johnson has a new slogan since a few weeks ago: “The border is not open to illegal immigration.” He repeated it last Saturday in a […]

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Deferred action apllication 

According to a study  of the Migration Policy Institute in Washington almost half of the 1.2 million immigrants who are young students who qualify for deferred action have not applied. The numbers do not lie. Immigration said they have approved only 560,000 applications. Initially it was thought that 1.7 million qualified, but only 1.2 million […]

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Changes on Inmigration 

There are many people who have lost hope and have returned to their countries, or people who have said why should I start something if they will not pass any reform? What they do not know is that historically there have been changes suddenly. For example, deferred action was announced from an hour to another. […]

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New Immigrations options 

Although there is an immigration crisis at the border, White House officials are making plans to act before November’s mid-term elections to grant work permits to millions of immigrants who are illegal in this country. This way, they would be allowed to stay in the United States without threat of deportation. Obama announced late last […]

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