Blog Posts in September, 2012

  • Deferred Action Update

    The Social Security Administration has announced that individuals who have been granted deferred action status and employment authorization may be eligible for a Social Security number, such individuals should also be able to obtain a driver’s license in certain states. The first step to take in order to apply for a Social Security number is to submit a request for deferred action with U.S. ...
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  • Texas Town Bans Rentals to Undocumented Citizens; Appeal in Session

    In Dallas, Texas, a suburb has stood by their belief for years. They claim that illegal immigrants shouldn’t be allowed to rent homes, because they entered the United States unlawfully. Farmers Branch stuck to its guns when the courts decided to reconsider their law, and have undertaken a long and expensive legal battle to prove their position. Now, Farmers Branch will face another hearing ...
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  • Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

    The Administration’s new policy memorandum titled “Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” became available on August 15, 2012 and is set to expire on February 28, 2013 but subject to renewal. According to the Pew Hispanic Center as many as 1.7 million individuals may qualify for the program. You or someone you know may benefit from this program. To qualify for consideration of ...
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