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If you have a final removal or deportation order, you can ext your stay by applying for deferred action.

When an alien has a final order of removal, there is nothing preventing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from physically deporting that person back to their home country. For many families, the separation caused by physical deportation creates stress and emotional pain for everyone involved.

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To obtain asylum in the USA, an applicant must demonstrate a well-founded fear of persecution that is based on a protected ground.

To obtain asylum in the USA, an applicant must demonstrate a well-founded fear of persecution that is based on a protected ground. There are five protected grounds: race, religion, nationality, political opinion and social group. The persecution must include evidence of past and future persecution. Demonstrating past persecution enables acknowledgement of possible future persecution.

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According to a recent article in the Washington Post, as well as much speculation among immigration attorneys and advocates, President Obama is expected to issue an executive order in the next few weeks that could benefit millions of foreign nationals living without authorization in the US

According to a recent article in the Washington Post, as well as much speculation among immigration attorneys and advocates, President Obama is expected to issue an executive order in the next few weeks that could benefit millions of foreign nationals living without authorization in the US. Although an executive order on immigration is not technically a "law", it will have the same effect in providing a legal basis for new immigration benefits.

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For the first time in Georgia, Spanish speaking survivors of domestic violence will have access to assistance in their own language 24/7.

For the first time in Georgia, Spanish speaking survivors of domestic violence will have access to assistance in their own language 24/7. The Cherokee Family Violence Center (CFVC) launched the Statewide Spanish Domestic Violence Hotline for Spanish speaking survivors throughout the state.

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