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New York Creates $2.1 Billion COVID-19 Relief Fund for Undocumented Workers—Could California Be Next?

According to a report from The New York Times, the State of New York recently announced the creation of a $2.1 billion fund to support undocumented workers who lost wages due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. A first-of-its-kind state program, the New York fund offers considerable promise for supporting people who need financial assistance. …

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With Key Case Looming in a Texas Court, Department of Homeland Security Moves to “Preserve and Fortify” DACA

According to a report from CBS News, the Biden Administration is safeguarding DACA. Citing an Executive Order from the president, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has issued a proposed rule that will help to “preserve and fortify” DACA. Notably, a Texas court is expected to release an important decision in a DACA …

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House of Representatives Passes Immigration Bill Aimed at Helping ‘Dreamers’

According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, the House of Representatives passed a bill designed to provide additional protections to Dreamers—including a path to citizenship. The bill was approved by a 228 to 197 vote, with 9 Republicans joining the Democratic majority. Here, our Los Angeles DACA attorney explains what is in the …

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Mission accomplished – I want to share this with you!

Hey! It’s Josh here again. “A real-life struggle…” I’m used to describing my client’s struggles this way, as the obstacles & situations they have to overcome are almost always…BEYOND BELIEF! However…Today I want to share a real-life struggle I faced in 2020. Why? Well, simply put, I completely FAILED 3 times before FINALLY accomplishing a …

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Disrupted By COVID-19, California Churches Offer Safe Place for Asylum Seekers

On November 8th, 2020, the Los Angeles Times published a story on several California churches that are stepping up and providing safety and protection to vulnerable asylum seekers. While these churches are facing restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are now using the space and the resources that they have available to assist vulnerable …

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These MASSIVE immigration changes are coming in 2021

Wondering what this new administration will do for your case? Hey! It’s Josh here again. It happened folks. After 4 long years of intensified racism, hate speech, xenophobia and lack of government support for immigration…Donald Trump has lost the Presidential Election. Which means…There’s finally a glimmer of change when it comes to immigration. As always, …

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YOUR VISA HAS BEEN PRINTED – Here’s How We Did It For Joanna

Is your spouse’s immigration situation in DANGER of going to limbo? Hey! It’s Josh here again. There’s nothing as crushing and as difficult to process as to realize… Nothing is being done to move your spouse’s immigration situation forward by the government. That was the case for Joanna, a dear recent client of mine who …

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As an ICU Nurse Battles COVID-19 in California, Her Husband Faces Deportation

According to a report from CBS News, Urooj Alavi, a nurse who works in an intensive care unit (ICU) in Southern California, is currently fighting on the frontlines of America’s battle with COVID-19. A mother of a six-year-old and a one-year-old, she is working tirelessly to help save lives. At the same time, her family …

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IMPOSSIBLE Victory for a Delayed Visa – Here’s How (& Why) It Happened

Discouraged, she was ready to move to Pakistan… until this happened! Hey! It’s Josh here again. “All you need is love?” While I think the Beatles are AMAZING…When it comes to getting a VISA ‘unstuck’ for your significant other, it’s simply not enough. “I was ready to move back home, this simply wasn’t working for …

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