Monthly Archives: January 2015

Is the GOP a Lost Cause?

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a few days now (or maybe a week even). I saw a tweet from Matthew Kolken, an immigration attorney with his own blog, that got me thinking.  He said: GOP handling of … Continue reading

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Is a Law Blog Beneficial?

Yesterday, Above The Law ran a story on whether or not it was necessary to actually attract people to your law blog.  Ironically, the original link was to a blank story.  Maybe they were trying to make a point. But, … Continue reading

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Never a Dull Moment in Immigration

Over the last week or so, there has been a lot of chatter about the GOP and what they intend to do about immigration.  There’s talk of defunding DHS, though I doubt that’s a serious option. I don’t see the … Continue reading

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TPS for Syria Is Redesignated!

Finally! I mean, seriously, how has it taken this long for USCIS to redesignate Syria for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). I’ve had clients come to me from Syria with horrible stories about what they and their families have faced in … Continue reading

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