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Immigration Under the Trump Administration

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Inmigración Bajo la Administración de Trump

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Kathy Hoyos began her career with Antonini & Cohen in 2010. She had recently moved from New York to Lawrenceville, Georgia. Soon after, she visited our office with a friend (a client we’d worked with before) and was able to meet with Carolina Antonini, one of our founding partners. “I knew I wanted to work with an immigration attorney before deciding whether to apply for law school,” says Kathy. “I didn't want to miss the opportunity to meet Carolina in person and give her my resume.” Three weeks later, Kathy joined our team and started training as a paralegal with Angie Antonini and Gwynne Davis.


Antonini & Cohen would like to congratulate Juana Escobar Bautista Reynosa for passing her naturalization exam! Mrs. Reynosa is pictured here with family members and (slightly injured) immigration attorney Marshall Cohen.


Daniela Salgado joined Antonini & Cohen as an administrative assistant in June 2015. She had moved to the United States from her native Honduras in 2011 and was traveling back and forth as she worked on her law degree at the Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (UNITEC).


The Dream Act of 2017 is a bill that would give people brought to the USA as minors the chance to apply for residency and then citizenship afterwards. Currently, this bill is in the proposal stage. Congress has not signed it into law yet.

There are two important facts about this proposed law:

  1. Compared to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the Dream Act of 2017 would expand the number of minors who are covered.
  2. This bill is a bipartisan effort. It has support from both Republicans and Democrats in the United States Congress.

Antonini & Cohen thanks Senators Lindsey Graham (Republican-South Carolina) and Dick Durbin (Democrat-Illinois) for their vision and for reaching across the aisle to do what is right for America and for this group of immigrants.