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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Once again, the Dream Act set to be voted on by Congress | El Dream Act ante el Congreso otra vez

Will Congress play Santa to the thousands of undocumented students anxiously waiting for a miracle this holiday season? The House is tentatively set to vote on the Dream Act on Monday, November 29, 2010. The Dream Act will allow undocumented individuals, like Ivan Nikolov and Luis Perez, to obtain lawful status.  The Dream Act is […]

New USCIS Fees Go Into Effect Tomorrow | Mañana Suben Las Tarifas De Inmigración

You have until 7:30 pm today – or whatever time your post office or courier has its last pick up – to mail off your USCIS forms with the current fee. The new fees will go into effect tomorrow. That means anything postmarked by today can still include the current fee. Anything mailed off or […]

Hearing Held On Restrictive AZ Law SB 1070 | Comienza Audencia Sobre La Ley SB 1070

Today the federal appellate court in San Francisco held a hearing on the constitutionality of the controversial Arizona law known as SB 1070. The hearing was argued before a three-judge panel. No decision was rendered. The judges only heard arguments from both sides. It may take days or weeks before a decision is issued. The […]