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Immigration Under the Trump Administration

– DACA reinstated, at least temporarily!

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Inmigración Bajo la Administración de Trump

– DACA reinstatado, por lo menos temporalmente

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The Immigration Law attorneys at Antonini & Cohen can help you determine whether you are eligible for work authorization. If you are eligible, we can guide you through the application process. To schedule a consultation today, call 404-523-8141

Certain individuals who are in the United States temporarily can apply for work authorization. Many of our clients qualify for work authorization under the following applications, programs or policies:

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Contact the immigration law attorneys at Antonini & Cohen today to discuss your waiver application. Our attorneys can determine whether your criminal history requires a waiver or if you qualify for the provisional waiver, despite your criminal history, under the new guidelines.

For an overview of Waivers of Unlawful Presence, please see my previous blog entry: Waivers of Unlawful Presence – An overview. Since the new provisional waiver program began on March 4, 2013, immediate relatives of US citizens are eligible to apply for their waivers in the US without having to endure a long separation from their families while waiting for a decision outside the US.

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If you or a loved one are in the US without permission, you may qualify for a Waiver of Unlawful Presence.

If you are in the United States without permission and seeking a green card through your spouse or parent, you may qualify for a waiver of your unlawful presence.

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If you find yourself in any of these situations or if death has affected your immigration case and you have the type of case where there is no death exemption, the immigration law attorneys of Antonini & Cohen can still try for prosecutorial discretion.

I was reflecting upon the recent passing of my father and was grateful that along with the immense grief we suffered, we did not have to deal with immigration issues. As an immigrant family, we were lucky that upon his passing, there were no outstanding petitions and no immigration proceedings pending. I am, however, acutely aware that others have to experience both the grief of death as well as the immigration consequences it can bring. Here are four examples of immigration cases affected by death:

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