5 Things You Need to Know Regarding the DACA In-State Tuition Case before the Supreme Court of Georgia

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The Supreme Court of Georgia will hear oral arguments in the DACA in-state tuition case on October 16, 2015 at 10:00 am, at the Gilmer County Courthouse in Elijay, Georgia.   The Board of Regents. The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia is the governing body of the 35 institutions of higher learning in the state of …

DACA — What is USCIS Looking For To Approve Your Case?

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A client was waiting a long time for their DACA to be approved, so long in fact the it was even beyond the “normal” outrageous processing times.  As most know, there is not much that can be done in such a case to “hurry up” the processing.  We decided that we would do a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request …

Why Is My DACA Case Pending So Long?

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The American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”), is conducting a survey of long pending DACA cases, some pending over one year, and many thousands pending longer that 8 months. The survey has discovered some common elements in long pending cases: The requestor had a criminal history — numerous cases involved drinking and driving related incidents, juvenile adjudications, gang issues, and drug …