Repealing the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA)

Repealing the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA)

The Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA) has had long lasting effects on certain parts of the United States. Today, Miami, Florida is home to the largest Cuban population in the United States. Of particular interest, not just to Miami immigration lawyers, but also the Miami...
Raids on Central-American Families – Immigration Enforcement Initiating Aggressive Tactics

Raids on Central-American Families – Immigration Enforcement Initiating Aggressive Tactics

As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have been following with dismay news of the raids carried out by Federal immigration agents, who have initiated a controversial roundup of Central American families who were part of the border surge that began in 2014. Below are some...
Immigration Authorities to Step Up Deportations

Immigration Authorities to Step Up Deportations

As a Miami immigration lawyer, I viewed with dismay the news that Immigration officials are preparing a nationwide push in January 2016 to apprehend and deport Central American families who arrived in recent years and have been ordered by immigration judges to leave....
Obama Administration Requests Supreme Court Review on DAPA

Obama Administration Requests Supreme Court Review on DAPA

As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have been following the developments surrounding the Obama Administration’s DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents) closely. Below are some frequently asked questions. What is DAPA? DAPA...
Department of Homeland Security Funded Until September 30th

Department of Homeland Security Funded Until September 30th

Miami immigration lawyers have been watching a near-crisis unfold in regard to the funding of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted Tuesday to fund the Department of Homeland Security through September...
Immigration in the News – The Supreme Court Gay Marriage Ruling

Immigration in the News – The Supreme Court Gay Marriage Ruling

Immigration lawyers in Miami and throughout the United States are paying close attention to a new decision that will be handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court this June. Once and for all, the Supreme Court will decide a historic question about whether the...
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