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6 Maneras para prepararse para la Acción Ejecutivo de Inmigración del Presidente Obama

6 Maneras para prepararse para la Acción Ejecutiva de Inmigración del Presidente Obama Powers Law Group, P.C. 3 Junio 2016 El 18 de abril, la Corte Suprema escuchó los argumentos sobre el programa de Acción Diferida para Padres de Ciudadanos Estadounidenses y de Residentes Permanentes Legales (DAPA, por su acrónimo en inglés) y amplia el …

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Why Are Some Still UnDACAmented?

Why Are Some Still UnDACAmented? Administration, Children, Deferred Action, Integration, Students,Undocumented Immigration by Patrick Taurel The latest USCIS DACA numbers from March show that the agency has received roughly 470,000 applications, which means that just under half of those estimated to be eligible have applied. While the success reflected by the 470,000 figure is not to be downplayed, the new numbers beg the question: …

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Path to citizenship best way to reform immigration

  Posted on Wed, Jan. 16, 2013 Path to citizenship best way to reform immigration BY THOMAS WENSKI Miamiarch.org Now that the elections are over, perhaps a new bipartisan consensus can be forged to finally fix our broken immigration system.Both Democrats and Republicans can read the demographic tea leaves — in the last election the …

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Napolitano says 200K illegal immigrants have applied for deferred deportation

By Jordy Yager – 10/24/12 05:15 PM ET Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said on Wednesday that more than 3,000 young illegal immigrants are applying for deferred deportation every day under the administration’s new immigration policy. About 200,000 young people in the country illegally have applied to defer their deportation for at least two years and …

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Out of the shadows A first step to make young illegal immigrants welcome

Aug 25th 2012 | ATLANTA AND CHICAGO | from the print edition Economist LISA OHMAN was brought up in Macon, Georgia, and speaks with a gentle southern accent. She graduated from Wesleyan College, a women’s university in Macon, with majors in biology and chemistry, and has just taken her medical-school entrance exams. Teresa Lee was brought up …

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Undocumented immigrants confront author of strict immigration laws

Bob Miller/for NBC News Isela Meraz and Fernando Lopez lead a group of undocumented Hispanics in protest against anti-immigration laws during a briefing on the civil rights effects of state immigration law held by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in Birmingham, Ala. By Miranda Leitsinger, NBC News August 18, 2012 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Protesters opposed to …

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Early filing for Obama’s deferred action program smart, but filing correctly is smarter Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/early-filing-obama-deferred-action-program-smart-filing-correctly-smarter-article-1.1135980#ixzz23c4DWUiM

PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012, 4:00 AM UPDATED: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012, 4:00 AM Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/early-filing-obama-deferred-action-program-smart-filing-correctly-smarter-article-1.1135980?pgno=1#ixzz23c4ToZfG The Obama deferred action program for undocumented youth is on. Some Dreamers want to submit their applications as soon as possible. Filing early makes sense, but it’s better to do it right than to file it early. Friday, I’ll …

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Chasing a ‘dream’: Immigrant youth seek legal status

Article  By Miranda Leitsinger, NBC News Yelky Perez knows exactly where she will be at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday: On the government’s immigration services website, scouring for the application that could let her pursue her dream career as a surgeon and stay in the U.S. legally. Follow @mimileitsinger Perez, who said she illegally entered the …

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The Top 8 Items from Today’s DHS Announcement on Deferred Action

The Top 8 Items from Today’s DHS Announcement on Deferred Action   In a change from the prior announcement, people currently in removal proceedings will use the USCIS process when it is implemented on August 15, 2012, rather than go through ICE. Only individuals in detention will go through ICE to make a deferred action request. …

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Fees, other rules clarified for new immigrant policy

By Jason Buch Published 11:14 p.m., Friday, August 3, 2012 Houston and Texas Immigrants who came to this country as children will have to pay $465 to apply for deferred action, the so-called administrative DREAM Act, the Obama administration announced Friday. Alejandro Mayorkas, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, laid out guidelines ahead of the Aug. …

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