Migratory corridor 

Considered the hottest migratory point of the continent, through the corridor that goes through Mexico into the United States cross 12.2 million immigrants per year which is 6% of global immigration. From Central America to the southern border of the United States is the most voluminous and more dangerous corridor. The most dangerous parts are […]

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Executive Action pending 

The Hearing on President Obama’s executive action took place in April 17, the 3 judges Higginson, Elrod and Smith, made tough questions for both sides,  the Department of Justice and  the Republican Governors of  the 26 states, they did not  showed  favoritism for one or the other, the judges did not take a decision or […]

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A race against time 

The executive action of President Obama, is a race against time because Republicans are trying to extend the appeals process as much as possible, to get to the elections of 2016 and that the future president will not extend the executive action. This is because they know that history is against them. Because only two […]

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Date for Executive Action 

Now that the Court of Appeals had set a date for an audience of executive action April 17, we have a deadline for written arguments, and a possible decision for the month of June. We must follow the advice of President Obama to prepare documents and the evidences.   And as a lawyer I say that  […]

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Be prepared and protected 

The big question for you today is what will  you do?  Will you prepare for the executive action, to be ready, prepared and protected, or not? Or you are not going to do anything waiting to see what happens in the Courts, and make a decision later. The question really is to whom you will […]

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Judge is not colaborating 

Judge Andrew Hanen, the one that blocked the executive action of President Obama,  has a  hearing for March 19. But that audience is not to unblock the executive action, simply to hear arguments of the states and the federal government. Because they accused the administration of President Obama of violating the temporary blockage of the […]

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Juez busca excusas 

El Juez Andrew Hanen, el que bloqueo la acción ejecutiva  del Presidente Obama, tiene audiencia para Marzo 19.  Pero esa audiencia,  no es para desbloquear la acción ejecutiva,  sino que simplemente  para escuchar argumentos de los estados y del Gobierno Federal.   Porque acusaron a la Administración del Presidente Obama de violar el bloqueo temporal de […]

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Looking for alternatives 

What do I do if I do not qualify for  the executive action? I have no children, I did not qualify for the DAPA and I do not enter the country before the age of 16, so I  do not qualify for the DACA. Therefore, we have to look for alternatives and I will mention […]

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Options with Immigration 

People are asking me on the radio what they  should do, do  the family request from  a wife, a father, a son, brother, or  file for the  executive action,  and I tell them, you have to do both, because  one  does not interfere with the other.  They  work together,  the executive action is going to […]

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Arguments against Dapa 

  The 26 states that sued President Obama to block the  executive action on Immigration, are now arguing that they will  spend millions of dollars in profits that  would not recover,  for individuals who are not going to pay, but the interesting thing of all,  is that if they  present arguments,  and obviously they will […]

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