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DACA: What Now?

By now, you have undoubtedly heard of Trump’s decision to rescind and phase out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the announcement Tuesday, September 5, 2017. DACA protected thousands of young people that were brought to the U.S. undocumented through no fault of their own. These young people grew up in the United States indistinguishable from any other American. [..]

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Introducing our NEW DIY Legal Assistance Package!

We are pleased to announce that we are adding a new item to our list of services. Many people that we’ve worked with have wanted to file their paperwork on their own. They understand the process and have the time, patience, and resources to complete their applications/petitions themselves. However, they want to be able to ask [..]

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The 90 Day Fiancé

The 90 Day Fiancé If you’re anything like me, you’ve seen “90 Day Fiancé”, a reality show depicting the relationships between U.S. Citizens and their fiancés abroad. Its clever name derives from the 90 day time slot petitioning U.S. citizens must marry their foreign fiancé after they enter the U.S. The show follows couples during those [..]

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Don’t Let Social Media Ambush Your Visa Approval

5 Ways To Prevent Social Media Immigration Traps Social Media has exploded across the world and it is easier than ever to interact with people all over the globe. Family and friends use social media to stay connected when they are not together. Small business owners harness the power of social media to reach their [..]

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Join Us @ Left Forum 2017 on June 4th!

Left forum 2017 is upon us and Lacroix Ramos, LLP is teaming up with immigration activists Jonathan Campozano (2017-2019 Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow) and Mayra Hildago (North Star Fund & United We Dream) to present “Immigrant Detention: Resistance from the Inside Out” Description: Immigration attorneys & advocates will lead a discussion on acts of resistance by [..]

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Haitian TPS: A Safeguard That May End Soon

Over 50,000 Haitians Could Face Deportation #SaveTPS for Haiti  (Photo Source: WLRN) Temporary Protected Status or “TPS”,  gives temporary immigration status to foreign nationals living in the United States who cannot return to their home country because of war, natural disasters, or other extraordinary circumstances that make it too dangerous or difficult for them to return. Haiti was [..]

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