Five Options TPS Holders Have to Remain in the United States When TPS Ends.

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By:  Charles H. Kuck, Managing Partner, Kuck Baxter Immigration.  Now that we know TPS is ending for Hondurans and El Salvadorans, it is essential that correct information about options be available.  Be very careful before choosing your path forward, and make sure you are talking to experienced immigration lawyers who understand both TPS and all of immigration law. 

DACA Update as of February 26, 2018

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If you’ve been reading the Kuck | Baxter Immigration Partners Blog this past month, then you’ve seen that we’ve been conscientiously following the legal and political roller coaster concerning the status of DACA. You can catch up on our blog posts with DACA status updates here, here, and here.

DACA Update as of February 15, 2017

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Here on the Kuck | Baxter Immigration Partners Blog, we have been posting timely blogs to keep our readers informed of the precarious status of DACA. Including this instant blog, we have now published three blogs about DACA’s current status.

DACA Update

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Did you get a chance to check out our recently published, January 30, 2018 blog post entitled “A Timeline: The Status of DACA from its 2012 Inception to Present Date?” To briefly recap, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) started during the Obama Administration on August 15, 2012. This immigration program grants temporary protection for certain individuals, who …

A Timeline: The Status of DACA from its 2012 Inception to Present Date

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What is the DACA Program? The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivers program (commonly called by its acronym “DACA”) is an immigration program that grants temporary protection for qualified individuals who entered the U.S. illegally as children—it provides administrative relief from deportation, protecting the recipients from deportation from the U.S. for two years, subject to renewal. DACA also typically gives the …