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  • The DREAM is Dead. What is Next For U.S. Immigration Laws?
    The DREAM is Dead. What is Next For U.S. Immigration Laws?

    Many college students found their dreams dashed when the Senate voted down the DREAM Act last week as the 111th session of Congress draws to a close. The DREAM Act was proposed legislation that would ...

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  • Immigration Law Under Review: Family-Based Waivers Favoring Children of American Mothers Over Fathers
    Immigration Law Under Review: Family-Based Waivers Favoring Children of American Mothers Over Fathers

    Yesterday the nation's highest court heard arguments about a U.S. citizenship law that treats mothers and fathers differently. Citizenship for children often depends on where they were born and the ...

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  • Return After Removal is Possible
    Return After Removal is Possible

    Life after Removal Removal from the United States is usually one of the most traumatic and life-altering events of an immigrants life. A deportation can end up splitting families apart, separating ...

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  • Orlando, Florida Immigration Court New Address
    Orlando, Florida Immigration Court New Address

    On November 12, 2010 the Orlando, Florida Immigration Court located at 80 North Hughey Avenue, Orlando, Florida will be closed until November 18, 2010. On November 18, 2010, the Orlando Immigration ...

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  • Waivers Procedures Changed for Michigan
    Waivers Procedures Changed for Michigan

    On October 21, 2010 the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Changed the way the I-192 Criminal Waiver is processed for border crossing into Michigan from Canada. Foreign nationals requesting entry ...

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  • Social Media Accounts May Affect Citizenship Applications
    Social Media Accounts May Affect Citizenship Applications

    Use caution when updating your Facebook status or posting tweets for your followers on Twitter; the federal government may be watching. A recent lawsuit regarding social network surveillance uncovered ...

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