No Immigration Status Asked in Personal Injury Cases
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No Immigration Status Asked in Personal Injury Cases

By Angela Barbosa   Many immigrants involved in car accidents are unware that regardless of immigration status, they have the right to sue for injuries caused by the…

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District Judge Grants Temporary Injunction Preventing the Implementation of Deferred Action
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District Judge Grants Temporary Injunction Preventing the Implementation of Deferred Action

By Lisa M. Rivas On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that he is taking executive action on immigration law. In an effort to provide relief to the…

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USCIS to Begin Accepting Requests for Expanded DACA on Feb. 18
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USCIS to Begin Accepting Requests for Expanded DACA on Feb. 18

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will expand Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on February 18, 2015. That will be the first day to request DACA under the…

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Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act:  What You Need to know
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Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to know

About 29 percent of Latinos in the United States have no health insurance, and more than 10 million — citizens and legal residents — are eligible for insurance…

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USCIS to Begin Accepting Requests for Expanded DACA on Feb. 18
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USCIS to Begin Accepting Requests for Expanded DACA on Feb. 18

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will expand Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on February 18, 2015. That will be the first day to request DACA under the…

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What is the new Family Unity Waiver?
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What is the new Family Unity Waiver?

By Atty. Cynthia Exner If a US citizen spouse marries an undocumented person who entered the US without a visa, the undocumented spouse must legalize his or her…

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What Americans Can Learn From Gabriel Garc
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What Americans Can Learn From Gabriel Garc

By Raymond L. Williams – New America Media With Congress stalled on immigration reform and the Obama administration reconsidering its priorities, Americans might be surprised to learn that…

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Is Your Foreign Divorce Valid?
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Is Your Foreign Divorce Valid?

By Lisa M. Rivas / Cramer & Anderson Law Firm Divorce can be a hard, emotional and expensive matter. Unfortunately, some people choose to take a shortcut by…

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Education is the Key to a Better Future: An Understanding of the DACA Renewal Process
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Education is the Key to a Better Future: An Understanding of the DACA Renewal Process

By Lisa M. Rivas June 15, 2014 marks the two-year anniversary of the creation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. This is a date of reflection;…

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