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DAPA and Expanded DACA Remain Blocked

We at the Law Office of Rachel Einbund are deeply devastated by the Supreme Court's ruling on the DAPA and Expanded DACA programs. Some five million immigrants now remain in the U.S. without any legal status or the right to work, living in constant fear of deportation.In November 2014, Presid ...
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Changing your Address with USCIS

If you have a case currently pending with USCIS and you change your address, you must notify USCIS as soon as possible, no later than 10 days after your move.This is vital to ensure proper delivery of important documents and timely processing of your case.Do not wait to inform USCIS of your new cont ...
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Preparing for DAPA

In November 2014, President Barack Obama took executive action on immigration by expanding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and creating Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). These programs would allow for specific undocumented individuals in th ...
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Pope Inspires Pilgrimage For Justice

This week marks Pope Francis’ arrival in the United States. With him comes messages of tolerance, compassion, and liberty, reminding us the ideals upon which this country was based. Inspired by his journey and message, a group of women took a pilgrimage from a Pennsylvania Immigration Detention Ce ...
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A Wall Will Not Fix Our Immigration Crisis

As the race for the U.S. Presidential Candidacy rages on, perspective contenders are really pushing to showcase their ideas on how to deal with the current immigration crisis. Strategies for immigration reform range from being quite vague, to more comprehensive, to going to extremes. Republican cand ...
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The unacceptable conditions at United States immigration detention centers are constantly being brought to light. Many detainees are refugees in dire need of support. Many are children. Many are not criminals. And yet, they are forced to live as if they were imprisoned, for months at a time. Reports ...
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Termination of STEM Extension Program

The Department of Homeland Security created the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Optional Practical Training (OPT) Extension Program in order to provide incentive for foreign students to come to the United States and study STEM subjects and work temporarily in STEM fields aft ...
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Info about InfoPass

Have a question about your immigration case? You can go online and make an “InfoPass appointment” with the customer service unit at your local USCIS Field Office. InfoPass is a free service that allows you schedule an in-person meeting with a low-level Immigration Officer to speak about your cas ...
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Refugees, Asylum, and the Pursuit of Freedom

One thing you can say about the U.S. of A.: We are a country founded on the concept of freedom. Our Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land, comes complete with specific amendments to ensure our personal freedom. We have the right to equal justice, the right to practice whatever religion we choose ...
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How To Get A Copy Of Your Immigration History

Under FOIA/ PA, the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act, anyone has the right to request access to a federal agencies’ records or information. Citizens and non-citizens alike can make FOIA requests. FOIA can apply to any government agency, from The Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) to ...
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