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AG Garland Overturns Jeff Sessions’ Decision Eliminating Administrative Closure

AG Garland Overturns Jeff Sessions’ Decision Eli

Attorney General Merrick Garland has reversed one of former AG Jeff Sessions’ biggest immigration decisions, Matter of Castro-Tum 27 I&N Dec. 271 (A.G. 2018). With Castro-Tum, Sessions overturned decades of…

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Visa Processing Update!

Visa Processing Update!

Whether applying for an immigrant (permanent) or nonimmigrant (temporary) visa, an applicant must follow all steps and provide all requested information in order to be processed.  Starting on May 31,…

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Reflection from AILA Annual Conference

Reflection from AILA Annual Conference

Last week I had the chance to speak at the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Annual Conference in Orlando on waivers of inadmissibility.  The conference is four days with wall-to-wall training…

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Colorado Legislative Update: Increased Protections for Vulnerable Immigrant Youth, Reduced Criminal Penalties for Certain Low-Level Crimes, and A Check on Federal Immigration Enforcement by Local and State Law Enforcement Officers

Colorado Legislative Update: Increased Protections

June 5, 2019 | Contributed by: Jennifer M. Howard, Esq. Colorado’s 72nd General Assembly has been no stranger to addressing pertinent, and often sensitive, issues affecting Colorado’s estimated half-million and…

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Another Victory for Colorado!

Another Victory for Colorado!

Governor Polis has signed another bill into law that is good for Colorado’s undocumented children. There are over $160 million dollars available in financial aid each year that previously was…

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Pereira v. Sessions: Supreme Court Rules for Immigrant in Case Huge Implications for Those in Removal Proceedings

Pereira v. Sessions: Supreme Court Rules for Immig

This week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled for Brazilian immigrant Wescley Pereira in Pereira v. Sessions, finding that the charging document was defective and did not cut off the time…

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USCIS Will Start Requiring Signatures and Identification to Receive Certain Documents

USCIS Will Start Requiring Signatures and Identifi

In April, USCIS announced the agency will start mailing permanent resident cards, employment authorization documents, and travel booklets using a secure delivery service through the U.S. Postal Service.  The agency…

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Finally: Measure to Extend Colorado Driving Privileges to Undocumented Residents Passes!

Finally: Measure to Extend Colorado Driving Privil

Just over one year ago, we reported that a bipartisan bill related to the expansion of Colorado driving privileges for undocumented residents failed to pass in the state Senate for…

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