Que Importa Tiene La No Decision de DAPA y Expansion de DACA?

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Hay muchas personas que estas confundidas con la decisión de la Corte Suprema de Justicia en el caso de DAPA y DACA.  Para resolver todas sus inquietudes, voy a contestar las preguntas más comunes con referencia al tema.  Cual fue la decisión de la Corte Suprema de Justicia y que significa?    La Corte Suprema de Justicia decidió no tomar una …

LOS DERECHOS DE LOS EXTRANJEROS EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS

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Todas las personas en los Estados Unidos, incluidos los extranjeros y aun los con ordenes de deportacion, tienen ciertos derechos básicos que deben ser respetados por los agentes de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE). Estos derechos se derivan tanto de la Constitución de los Estados Unidos. y las leyes de Estados Unidos. Como extranjero, usted tiene los siguientes derechos: SU DERECHO …

DAPA, Obama, the Supreme Court, and Politics

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November 2014, after a stinging defeat at the polls, and with little left to lose in his political legacy, Obama announced a series of DHS policy memos that, when implemented, would rearrange his deportation priorities (after becoming the Deportation President with more than 2.5 million people deported), and create formalized system of Deferred Action to help long term resident undocumented …

Why Is There No Decision On DAPA From The Fifth Circuit?

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Why is there no decision from the Fifth Circuit Court of appeals on the Obama administration’s appeal of the District Court order temporarily stopping DAPA (Deferred Action for Parental Accountability)?  This is the question on the minds of millions of undocumented parents of US Citizens.  President Obama announced DAPA on November 20, 2015, with much fanfare and gave a sense …

President Obama–Publish the DAPA Regulation (And Why He Won’t)!

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We found out this week that the “new” panel that will hear the actual DAPA appeal in the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is actually the old panel.  Judges Smith and Elrod were the majority decision in motions panel which declined to lift the stay put in place by Judge Hanen from the Federal District Court in Texas.  Using polemics …

The GOP and Immigration Reform, and Obama and Executive Orders

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THE GOP AND IMMIGRATION REFORM The GOP will control both the Houses of Congress come January 19, 2015.  Mitt Romney, in a massive shift from his 2012 presidential campaign position, says that one of the first things the GOP will do is pass some sort (unclear what exactly) of “immigration reform” and put it on the President’s desk in 2015. …

14 Changes Obama Can Make to “Fix” The Broken Immigration System Now.

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A group of immigration attorneys and others interested in immigration have been brainstorming about what President Obama could do to “fix” some of the problems in our broken immigration system. These are some of the smartest, most forward thinking individuals I know in the area of immigration law. Their ideas are specific, detailed, and easy to implement These ideas involve …

Obama–Still The Deportation President

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Much has been written in the last two days about the Obama Administration’s release of its FY 2013 official “removal statistics.”  Some have noted that the number of removals (this means displacement of people to foreign countries that they may have had no contact with for decades) went down by 10% from FY2012’s record level. Yet, Obama’s ICE still deported …

Immigration Reform, I Hope

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“Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity; until bright young students and engineers are enlisted in our workforce rather than expelled from our country” – President Obama, Inaugural Address, January 21, 2013. In one simple and lofty sentence, President Obama made …

The Obama Dream Program–What Is It Really?

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President Obama announced a significant change in its previously announced prosecutorial discretion program. Effective immediately (although without a process to use yet), any person who meets the following criteria can be considered for an exercise of prosecutorial discretion, can live free of the fear of deportation, can get a work permit: came to the United States under the age of …