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USCIS to Propose Changing the Process for Certain Waivers
Published: Apr 11, 2012
Update: I-601 Provisional Waiver Is Not in Effect. To learn more, read this alert.
On Jan. 6, 2012, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) posted a notice of intent in the Federal Register outlining its plan to reduce the time that U.S. citizens are separated from their spouses and children under certain circumstances while those
When Real Life Meets Art: The Continued Enforcement of DOMA in the Immigration Context
Published: Apr 6, 2012
I was just introduced to a new film starting Jamie Lynn Sigler of Sopranos and Entourage fame that tackles the subject of the continued enforcement of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in the immigration context.
Here is a summary of the film:
Jack Edwards is a British gay man living in New York. After his brother gets killed in a brutal car crash Jack
Obama’s "Uncle Omar" to meet with Immigration Officials to Discuss Deportation to Kenya
Published: Apr 5, 2012
The Boston Globe reports that President Obama's uncle Onyango "Omar" Obama has been "summoned" to a meeting with ICE officials in Burlington, Massachusetts to discuss his deportation to Kenya.
Uncle Omar was ordered deported in 1992, but never left the United States. His drunk driving arrest last August brought him to the attention of immigration
Largest Immigration "Sweep" in History Nets 3,168 Immigrants
Published: Apr 3, 2012
And the deportation machine rolls on.
The Obama administration announced yesterday that they arrested more than 3,100 immigrants over a six day period. It was called operation "Cross Check," and is the largest of its kind in the history of the United States.
Another record for President Obama.
It has been reported that more than half (1,691) of all of the
In the Presidential Election the Lesser of Two Evils is Still Evil
Published: Mar 28, 2012
I had a very spirited exchange in the comment section to my friend and colleague Roger Algase's recent blog. Roger is an excellent attorney, and much smarter than I, so I appreciate the opportunity to voice a response to his always well written blogs. We mostly agree on both the facts and the law, but there appears to be one sticking point where we simply