Category Archives: DACA

Romney’s DACA Comments Creates Confusion for Undocumented Immigrants

A recent New York Times article by Julia Preston describes how Mitt Romney’s recent comments on his plans for the Obama Administration’s DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), if he’s elected president, has created confusion and anxiety amongst many undocumented … Continue reading

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The Origins of DACA

A recent Wall Street Journal article by Miriam Jordan explores the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals movement, which was led by undocumented immigrants, and how the students were able to directly impact political policy. Click here to read the article.

Posted in DACA, Government, Politics

Romney and DACA

 As the race to White House reaches it’s final lap, the fate of immigration, in particular, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), continues to play a key role. This week the Romney camp clarified earlier statements he made in The … Continue reading

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Five things you should know about Deferred Action

Yesterday the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services published the forms for deferred action. We’re receiving lots of calls.

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USCIS announces process for Deferred Action

This new procedure could provide relief form many. It is essential to seek the advice of a competent lawyer.

Posted in DACA, USCIS