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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14 April 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Lessons from Traveling Abroad

  You just received a green card, or advance parole, and want to travel internationally? First of all, congratulations are in order! If this is your first time traveling abroad in a while, here are some things you should do or bring before your trip. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Obtain a money belt that straps to your body to […]

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21 November 2014 ~ 13 Comments

Executive Action on Immigration: Good, Bad, and Ugly

I went to bed last night mentally doing a checklist of everyone I know who qualifies and does not qualify under the President’s immigration action. As a community advocate and formerly undocumented immigrant, the word that most aptly describes last night is “bitter-sweet.” While the announcement is not enough, we do need to celebrate our […]

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15 November 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Executive Action On Immigration – Who You Should Thank Before the Party Gets Out of Control

For more than a year now, I have worked with the grassroots movement trying to secure broad administrative relief from President Obama on immigration. I co-authored the Not1More Blue Ribbon Commission Recommendations to the President in the Spring. Just a few months ago, we were quite unpopular amongst advocates in the Beltway, who were asking […]

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06 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Last Chance to Complete DACA Survey, (Open Even To Those Who Have Not Applied)

If you qualify, or know someone else who does, please take part in this historic study of undocumented young people by completing this survey. To qualify for the survey, you must: 1) Currently live in the United States, but have been born in another country; 2) Are between the ages of 18-32; 3) Are not […]

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