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President-Elect Biden Proposes Sweeping Immigration Reform for the Undocumented and Immigrant Families; TPS Holders and DREAMers Could Also Benefit
President-Elect Biden Proposes Sweeping Immigration Reform for the Undocumented and Immigrant Families; TPS Holders and DREAMers Could Also Benefit

President Biden’s team is putting out the word that immigration reform will take priority in the early days of the administration. Preliminary details are now being released in advance of tomorrow’s presidential inauguration. As we await further information, our immigration ...

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Blog posts in Immigration Reform

  • Will receiving public benefits keep me from getting my green card?

    How will USCIS's new public charge rules affect my immigration case? Our law firm had numerous inquiries regarding how receipt of public benefits can ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Part two: DACA

    Part II: DACA This past week, the Ninth Circuit upheld a nationwide injunction enjoining the Trump Administration from rescinding DACA for current ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Injunctions and 18.5

    It’s been such an interesting week to be practicing immigration law in California. The Northern District of California issued a preliminary injunction ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: The Travel Act & Lawful Permanent Resident Cancellation

    This week the Ninth Circuit held that a federal conviction under the Travel Act may be a federally controlled substance offense because the statute is ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Obstruction of Justice and Reasonable Fear

    This week the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) redefined the term "obstruction of justice" and reaffirmed that a conviction for California Penal ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Robbery

    Two cases came down this week from the Ninth Circuit and both held that robbery is categorically not a crime of violence. However, California robbery ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Aug 31, 2018 Part one

    The Board of Immigration Appeals distinguished and seemingly overturned the Supreme Court’s decision in Pereira v. Sessions and methamphetamine ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Aug 31, 2018 - Part two

    This week had so many decisions that I decided to divide up the blog into the two truly remarkable cases and the four more mundane but still important ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Aug 24, 2018

    The BIA and the Attorney General did not publish any decisions this week, but the Ninth Circuit made up for it by publishing five decisions related to ...

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