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SCOTUS to Consider DAPA

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case against President Obama’s action in DAPA. Oral arguments are scheduled for April with a decision expected in June.

La Corte Suprema va considerer el caso de Texas contra el Presidente y sus acciones (DAPA y la expansion de DACA). Esperamos una decision en Junio.

 

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New Executive Action for Immigration Reform – TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED

President Obama recently announced future changes in immigration.  This post is just a brief overview.  Basically, the new programs will expand the already successful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to include more immigrants who arrived as children.  It will also include the parents of US citizen children and expand the use of the provisional waiver.  It is important to note that these applications are not yet available.  Stay tuned and for more information, visit the official website at: http://www.uscis.gov/immigrationaction

A federal judge in Texas has placed a temporary injunction on the expansion of DACA.  The Obama administration has appealed this ruling, nevertheless they have temporarily halted accepting applications under the new DACA criteria. Note that if you were eligible under the original DACA criteria (found here), you may still submit your application. They are also continuing to accept renewal applications.  The injunction applies only to the new expanded DACA.

 
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Posted by on November 24, 2014 in amnesty, DACA, DAPA, immigration, Uncategorized

 

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What is deferred action for childhood arrivals?

Most importantly, deferred action does not give you legal status. It only allows you to stay her temporarily and at the discretion of immigration authorities.  There are MANY requirements to show you should qualify for deferred action.  I highly recommend you consult with an attorney before beginning any paperwork to make sure you qualify.  The two key components are that you arrived before reaching your 16th birthday and that you were under age 31 as of June 15, 2012.

This is only general information and not legal advice. For more information about your case, consult an immigration attorney.  www.galindoimmigration.com

 
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Posted by on September 17, 2012 in amnesty, DACA, immigration, Uncategorized

 

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