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  • Oct 27, 2014: Bar to Cancellation Applies to all Grounds of 212(a)(2)
    Oct 27, 2014: The BIA recently clarified that a person is ineligible for cancellation of removal if he or she is inadmissible under INA § 212(a)(2)(B) due to convictions of two or more offenses for which the aggregate sentence were five years or more.  That form of relief is not available to those who were convicted of an offense under section 212(a)(2).  The question before the Board was whether multiple...
  • Oct 27, 2014: BIA Issues Decision Applying Categorical Approach and Moncrieffe Analysis
    Oct 27, 2014: By Sarah Bronstein
  • Oct 27, 2014: Update on DACA (October 2014)
    Oct 27, 2014: By Ilissa Mira The Ombudsman’s Office met with CLINIC and other immigration advocates to discuss developments regarding DACA and reports from the field.  This article provides updates on a variety of issues related to DACA eligibility and adjudication. USCIS Statistics

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  • Oct 7, 2010: Managing Financial Performance
    Oct 7, 2010: Nominal fees for immigration legal services are a core source of funding to start and sustain charitable programs.  By charging nominal fees you can retain a great deal of control over the financial viability of your program.  Conversely, to not charge fees is to put your program at risk of closing or drastic downsizing.
  • Oct 5, 2010: Language Access: Effectively Serving Limited- and Non-English Speakers
    Oct 5, 2010: Language Access: Effectively Serving Limited- and Non-English Speakers This is part 1 of a 3-part series on language access.
  • Sep 23, 2010: Post-Admission Issues for Asylees
    Sep 23, 2010: What if your asylee client has an error on his/her I-94 card?  Do you know how to get it corrected? What if Social Security won’t issue your asylee client a card?  What if an employer demands documentation from your asylee client that he or she doesn’t have? Documentation problems can impede asylees’ employment, access to public benefits, and integration.  

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