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IMMIGRATION UPDATE November 2014

OBAMNESTY 2014

Pres. Obama’s 2014 Executive Order

The President Obama has adopting rules that will allow certain undocumented immigrants to obtain work authorization and eliminate the fear of being deported.  Similar to the DACA program create in 2012, Obamnesty has much broader reach.
 

Parents of US Citizen and LPR Children

The parents of U.S. citizen children and lawful permanent resident (LPR) children who have lived in the U.S. for five years could qualify to receive a work permit for 3 years
 

Legalization inside the U.S.

Additionally, Obamnesty will allow many more people who are married to U.S. citizen or have U.S. citizen children over the age of 21 to apply for legalization without leaving the U.S. and without applying for a pardon.  This will be accomplished by utilizing a program called “parole in place”.
 

More Dreamers to get Work Permits

Finally, Obamnesty will expand the popular DACA (Dreamers) program so that certain immigrant who were born before June 1981 will be able to receive work permits for 2 years.
 

Criminal conviction effect eligibility.

Criminal conviction can affect eligibility for any immigration program.  Immigrants with a felony, a significant misdemeanor (domestic violence, drug sales, DUI, etc.) or three non-significant misdemeanors will likely be found ineligible for any Obamnesty program.  However, Immigration Authorities will reconsider those cases where expungements have been granted and are deserving of a grant as a discretionary matter.
 
Every case is different. To find out if you are eligible, schedule a free initial consultation today.
 
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