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Immigration and Deportation News

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

Welcome to the United States of America…or perhaps you aren’t feeling very welcome. We are a country of immigrants and the country needs and benefits from new minds and new muscle. If you are having an issue immigrating to the USA or fear deportation, do not panic, call us and we will talk with… Read More »

NCSL report on immigration laws in 2017

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

The National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) has released its most recent report on the state of immigration laws. In summary, this research highlights trends in immigration legislation for the period in question. Some categories covered include sanctuary policies, refugees, and education. Covering the period from January to June of 2017, the report… Read More »

Hey Dreamers, what is the latest going on in Washington D.C?

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

Hey Dreamers, what is the latest going on in Washington D.C. with the political football known a DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)? If you watch the news and you are one of the millions impacted by this situation you may be nervous, scared or just don’t know what to think of the news… Read More »

70 Point Immigration principles questions

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

So, what is in the 70 Point Immigration principles recently put forth by the White House and does it matter? So, what is in the 70 Point Immigration principles recently put forth by the White House and does it matter? President Trump’s plans have several controversial measures. One such measure is a wall across… Read More »

Four sanctuary cities in violation of federal law

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

Last week, four cities and one country were mentioned by The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) as potentially having policies in place that violate federal laws. Four so-called “sanctuary cities”, referred to as such for providing a safe haven for undocumented immigrants, do not appear to comply with a federal law which states… Read More »

Increases in orders for deportation

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), “On March 6, 2017, the President issued a Memorandum for the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Secretary of Homeland Security on Implementing Immediate Heightened Screening and Vetting of Applications for Visas and Other Immigration Benefits, Ensuring Enforcement of All Laws for Entry into the United States, and… Read More »

All information relevant to DACA decision ordered to be made public

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

Politico has reported that on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017, a federal judge ordered the Trump Administration to make public any and all documentation pertaining to its action to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). This order extends to legal advice about ending the program. The judge claims to have issued this ruling… Read More »

Trump Administration plans to increase the number of ICE immigration jails

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

USA Today reports that additional federal immigration jails will soon be erected across the country. This has been deemed necessary as a result of a significant increase in the number of undocumented immigrants being arrested. Between January and September of 2017, the number of people being arrested under suspicion of being in the country… Read More »

What is the Future for DACA?

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

In the current political era, there have been increasing questions surrounding the Obama-era policy concerning Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients or DACA for short. The current administration put the policy at risk in 2016 when then-candidate Trump promised to immediately terminate the protection afforded to children who were brought to the United States… Read More »

Travel ban restrained by federal judge

By Marilyn Orbach-Rosenberg |

On October 17, 2017, a federal judge in Hawaii postponed President Trump’s travel ban just before it would have taken effect. The ban will, therefore, be suspended for now, rather than taking effect on October 18th as it was intended to. The ban would have barred access to the country for residents of eight… Read More »

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