Showing posts from December, 2014

Immigration for Lunch - December 15, 2014

Here's a look at the mid-day headlines: Undocumented immigrants line up for the door opened by Obama Could immigration become Obama's Frankenstein monster? Five GOP immigration myths Obama's immigration move benefits Democrats where it counts Demand intensifies for non-profit immigration lawyers Immigrants flocking to workshops from coast-to-coast

Immigration for Lunch - December 11, 2014

Here's a look at your mid-day headlines: President Obama vs. Jorge Ramos on immigration Immigrants probably unable to travel under DAPA Immigration action less popular with Hispanics than previously thought? Why Nevada has become a leader on immigration reform More states join fight against the president's immigration action


This was too funny not to post.  A very unique, and remarkably accurate, take on the president's immigration action.

Immigration for Lunch - December 4, 2014

Here's a look at your mid-day headlines: 17 states sue over the president's immigration plan CEO: Immigration key to economic growth Key moment for Boehner on immigration On immigration, a huge job ahead

A Quick Guide to Executive Action

Remember, not everyone qualifies.  There is still so much we do not know.  For example, how is this going to affect people in removal proceedings?  This brief guide published by my firm is for informational purposes only and, while a helpful guide, does not discuss all the details. Do not pay money to anyone promising to get this taken care of for you now and do not seek advice from anyone except licensed attorneys and accredited representatives. This is a great opportunity for so many people.  Do not get taken in by the scammers and notarios!!

Immigration for Lunch - December 1, 2014

We're back from Thanksgiving break!  Here's a look at your mid-day headlines: Why Obama's executive action excluded parents of DREAMers The American Immigration Council 's comprehensive guide to executive action Congress returns with immigration action fueling the budget fight Enough is enough: Make a move on immigration reform Immigration could scramble 2016 GOP bids Republicans should push for immigration reform