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Is DACA Still Available?
Is DACA Still Available?

Since the June 18, 2020 Supreme Court decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program , USCIS has fully resumed taking applications for individuals who qualify under the program. This includes anyone who is renewing and should hopefully soon include people who ...

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Blog posts in Immigration

  • Is USCIS Still Open?

    Amidst news of the pandemic and budget shortages, there might be some confusion whether USCIS is still open and processing new and old cases. ...

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  • What Are the Consequences of Re-Entering the U.S. After Getting Deported?

    Illegally re-entering the United States after having been denied admission, excluded, or been deported can result in serious penalties. Our Orange ...

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  • How Do I Get My Family Member Out Of Immigration Detention?

    If your family member has been detained by ICE, it can be difficult to get information on their whereabouts, and it can be even more challenging to ...

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  • Suspension of H-1B Visas and New Green Cards

    On June 22, 2020, President Donald Trump signed a executive proclamation titled, “ Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens Who Present a Risk to the ...

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  • June 18th, 2020 Supreme Court DACA Decision – What Does It Mean?

    On June 18 th , the Supreme Court of the United States announced its decision to reject DHS’s move to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood ...

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  • Why Is It So Difficult to Get a U.S. Visa?

    In 2017, more than 22.4 million people applied for a U.S. visa program, and only an average of 500,000 green cards or lawful permanent residence was ...

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  • Do I Need to Know for My Citizenship Interview?

    The naturalization interview is a major step in the citizenship process. If you’re seeking to become a U.S. citizen, it is vital to understand ...

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  • Prostitution, What It Means, and How It Can Impact Your Immigration Status

    Defining Prostitution Under P.C. § 647(b) P.C. § 647(b) is a California law which states that it is a misdemeanor for anyone 18 or older who engages ...

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  • 212(d)(3) Waivers Of Inadmissibility For Non-Immigrants

    Under the Immigration and Nationality Act §212(a)(6)(C)(i), "any alien who by fraud or willfully misrepresenting a material fact seeks to procure (or ...

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