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April 2018 Archives

Efforts to shield DACA recipients continue

Immigrants living in Colorado might be interested to know the Trump administration has in the first three months of 2018 reportedly approved more than 55,000 renewal applications for current and previous enrollees in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. According to documents filed in court by government officials, the program received roughly 65,000 renewal applications during the same period.

Seeking permanent residency amid domestic violence

You may have friends or family members who have obtained their green cards through the sponsorship of a relative or employer. A green card grants permanent residence status to the holder, opening many benefits and protections. If you want this status for yourself, there may be one thing holding you back: The person who would sponsor you is also your abuser.

Beware the signs of immigration fraud

When you decided to come to Colorado to build a new life in the United States for yourself and your family, you likely encountered various challenges as you navigated the immigration process. It is crucial that you fully understand all regulations that apply to your situation to avoid major delays or problems as you bring your immigration plans to fruition.

Judge stays deportation in day care immigration case

Colorado residents may recall media reports from October 2017 about an undocumented Mexican worker who was taken into custody by federal immigration agents after dropping his daughter off at a day care center. The man has spent the subsequent months at a detention facility in California awaiting deportation, but those proceedings were brought to an abrupt halt on March 29 when an immigration judge issued a withholding of removal order and paved the way for his release.

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