Miller|Conway, Charleston Immigration Lawyers, report via the latest Immigration Court data provided by TRAC (current through the end of June 2012) the number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) filings for deportation orders is down this 2012 fiscal year. New deportation proceedings have been steadily falling since the 2009 Fiscal Year when ICE filed 255,238 […]
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Miller|Conway, Charleston Immigration Lawyers, in Goose Creek, South Carolina anxiously await USCIS’s issuance of its Deferred Action application and protocol. We expect USCIS to issue its application and instructions on or about August 14, 2012. Please see Miller|Conway NEWS for eligibility requirements. In the meantime, click HERE for a sample grant of Deferred Action.
If you are NOT in removal proceedings, DO NOT apply for deferred action at this time. The Administration is not yet accepting applications. A process should be ready by August 14, 2012. However, if you are in removal proceedings you may be eligible to apply sooner. Contact a Charleston Immigration Lawyer for a case evaluation. For an […]
DHS will formally announce this morning that it will offer DEFERRED ACTION for DREAMers. Preliminary information indicates that eligible applicants must: (1) be 15-30 years old, and have entered the United States before age 16; (2) have been present in the U.S. for 5 years as of June 15, 2012; (3) have maintained continuous residence in the United […]
According to TRAC, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is identifying fewer individuals as deportable owing to alleged criminal activity, according to the latest Immigration Court data on new deportation proceedings. During the most recent quarter (January – March 2012), ICE sought to deport a total of 5,450 individuals on criminal grounds. While this number is […]
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South Carolina lawmakers are considering a bill that will attempt to further crack down on illegal immigration in our state. The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to consider a bill that will allow police to check the immigration status of someone suspected of being in the country illegally. These questions could come after a suspect […]