Archive | Immigration

08 December 2016 ~ 0 Comments

A MESSAGE TO TRUMP: WE’RE NOT GOING BACK IN THE SHADOWS

In These Times reached out to me shortly after the election for a thought piece on how Donald Trump’s election will impact immigrant rights organizing. The piece was a cover article for the magazine’s December 2016 issue, and can be found online now: A MESSAGE TO TRUMP: WE’RE NOT GOING BACK IN THE SHADOWS  Enjoy.

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12 November 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Post-Election FAQs on Immigration

Please find resources for undocumented students and undocumented immigrants here as to what the election of Donald Trump may mean for them. While mostly Berkeley-specific, they are relevant to most individuals. Post-Election FAQ: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/postelectionfaq/ Emergency Advance parole: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/faq/travelling-with-advance-parole-daca/

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25 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

What To Do When Your DACA Renewal Is Delayed

First, lets try to make sure your renewal is not delayed. Apply at least 6 months in advance and use the mailer that you received with your last work permit for the renewal for a more speedy turn-around. However, if you do everything right, and your renewal is still delayed, here is what you can […]

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20 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Why Don’t Mexicans Just Come Here Legally?

I receive this question a lot from non-Mexican readers of this blog, and sometimes even clients who are wrestling with the legal immigration process.  After all, immigrating should be a matter of filing out some paperwork and waiting your turn. But what if that wait lasts a lifetime? What if you had to wait a […]

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11 August 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Transitions

This summer I received a wonderful and surprising opportunity to move back to the East Bay, California. And unsurprisingly, I took it. I will be working at the University of California, Berkeley Law School’s community clinic, the East Bay Community Law Center as an attorney and clinical instructor, where I will head up the historic […]

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