Obama’s Immigration Proposal

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

While overseas in Myanmar President Obama announced that he plans to use his executive authority to institute immigraiton reform. Frustrated by Congress’ inability to pass an immigration bill, Obama believes this is his only option for immigration reform. As a result the media is buzzing and the Republican party is already planning how to denounce…

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Do H-1b Visas Take Jobs From American Workers?

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

Many anti-immigration advocates repeatedly claim that foreign workers on H-1b visas (specialty occupation workers) are stealing skilled jobs from U.S. workers. The logic seems simple enough, if the foreign worker was not hired a U.S. worker would get the job. However, the reality of the situation is much more complicated, especially in the Information Technology…

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Obama’s War of Attrition

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

In Artesia New Mexico, hours from the nearest metropolitan area, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) has set up a prison solely for the purposes of detaining children and their mothers while they await determination of their claims for refugee status in the US.  ICE’s policy is to detain all of the children and their mothers…

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Justice Delayed – Relief for Mexicans Who Were Tricked into Accepting Voluntary Removal

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

For many years, attorneys who represent Mexicans in the United States facing deportation have heard the stories from clients and their family members. Someone accepted removal from the country voluntarily based upon advice received from Immigration agents that there was no possibility to obtain relief from removal from a judge. To another, they said that…

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Update: Top Ten Ways Obama Can Make Positive Steps Towards Immigration Reform Without Waiting for Congress

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

Over three years ago I created a list of ten ways that President Obama could use his administrative powers to effect positive change in our immigration system without waiting for Congress.  Here’s the link to my article from May, 2011: http://immigrateme.com/top-10-ways-obama-can-tackle-immigration-reform-without-congressional-approval/ Well three years later President Obama has implemented some of my recommendations but immigrant…

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Fallen Soldier’s Mother Faces Deportation

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

Last week, Feldman Feldman & Associates attorney Danielle Rosché had the honor of representing the mother of fallen US service member, Captain Jennifer Moreno. Jennifer died in Afghanistan in October 2013 when her unit was attacked by an IED.  Jennifer was awarded the Bronze Star for Valor due to her actions during the fight when…

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FFA Featured on CNN

Immigration Lawyer Blog San Diego

In a report on CNN, our immigration law firm was featured as “one of the top immigration law firms” in San Diego, CA. At FFA we are thankful to receive this praise from such a credible source. As a firm we believe in providing our clients with the most accurate information and advise of all…

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