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the Mayor of the City of New York has intervened by instituting a program to start in December, 2014 to grant a New York immigrant I.D. to all New Yorkers over the age of 14 regardless of their immigration status. The State and City I.D’s should be issued in December which will provide a beacon...
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Permanent residence through employment – a great option! It is a terrific time to file for permanent residence if you have skills and a work-related background that is unavailable in the U.S. job market. The wait times recently have significantly decreased for nationals of most countries, so now is the time to consider such action....
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Over the past two years, immigration journalists have noted that children who have had lawyers received more favorable results in Immigration Court. In 2013 for example 78% of children with attorneys received permission to stay in the United States; those children without attorneys were only approved 10% of the time and more than 57,000 have...
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Mayor William de Blasio announced on July 10, 2014 that he had signed a new law allowing all residents of New York City to be granted a New York identification card regardless of whether they are in the U.S. legally or illegally. New York City is the largest city in the United States to grant...
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Rising unauthorized numbers of children are trying to enter the U.S. border through Mexico, some with their parents or close family members, some helped by coyotes and some just coming alone. The stampede to the U.S. is first and foremost the result of terrorism south of the border: Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and Salvador. These children...
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Public schools throughout the U.S. may not discriminate against any child because of immigration status. Under Federal law, all States and Municipalities must provide equal access to all children residing within their districts without discrimination because of race or natural origin or reference to their parents illegal status. The U.S. Supreme Court held in 1982...
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In March, 2013 by executive order President Barack Obama permitted undocumented foreign nationals with qualifying relatives to apply for waivers while in the United States. This order helped those undocumented aliens who entered the US unlawfully to regularize if they have qualifying immediate family members who will suffer hardship. The President’s purpose was to avoid...
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Adjustment of status in the United States is available to spouses of U.S. citizens, their children and the parents of U.S. citizens even if they entered the U.S. without visas. A battered alien’s children may also apply without a petition if the child can show he/she resided with the U.S. citizen when the child was...
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If an undocumented alien is stopped by an Immigration or police officer without probable cause or reasonable suspicion, a Court Motion to Suppress may be initiated to prevent the evidence obtained by immigration from proving that the alien is illegally present in the U.S. This evidence is excludable to discourage the government’s illegal action. The...
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Parole in Place is a program to help immediate family members, namely, spouses, minor children and parents of military personnel who have entered the U.S. without visas. These immediate relatives would normally have to return to their countries and obtain an immigrant visa that would require a Waiver because of entry without a visa. Parole...
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