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For DACA Holders, Marriage Can Be a Tough Path to a Green Card
http://robrienlaw.com/for-daca-holders-marriage-can-be-a-tough-path-to-a-green-card/
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New Jersey School Bus Driver Charged with Commercial DWI - On December 20, 2017, a school bus driver named Angel Colon was driving a school bus transporting approximately 20 kids to a private school. A Lakewood, NJ police officer responded to a road rage report incident involving the school bus and another car. According to the police, as the officer spoke to the school bus [ ]
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Due to federal court order, USCIS has resumed accepting requests to renew a grant of deferred action under DACA - The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (commonly called “DACA”) is an immigration program that was started during the Obama Administration. On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced the creation of the DACA program. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”), “The [DACA] program allows certain people who came into the [ ]
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Recent New York Times Article Suggests that the Trump Administration is Slowing Down H1-B Visa Approvals - The December 20, 2017 New York Times article “Without New Laws or Walls, Trump Presses the Brake on Legal Immigration” insinuates that the Trump Administration is purposely slowing down the H1-B visa process by drowning potential immigrants in paperwork and red tape. The H1-B visa category is a temporary, non-immigrant visa category that allows U.S. [ ]
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New Jersey Expungement Law Changes (Part 2) - Here on the Law Office of Eric M. Mark Blog, we recently published this blog, the first part of a two-part blog series on recent changes to New Jersey’s expungement laws. As discussed in the first part of this blog, expungement laws in New Jersey are some of the strictest in the country. It is [ ]
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New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies Vague Criminal Harassment Statute in Recent Decision - Basic Facts of the Case: In State v. Burkert, a Union County, NJ corrections officer named William Burkert was convicted of two counts of harassment after making and posting flyers about his fellow corrections officer and coworker, Gerald Halton. The flyers contained modified wedding photos of Halton and his wife and also included vulgar statements [ ]
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200,000 Salvadorans Will Lose Key Protections: For Some, It’s a Matter of Life and Death
http://robrienlaw.com/200000-salvadorans-will-lose-key-protections-for-some-its-a-matter-of-life-and-death/
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Slowing Down H1-B Visa Approvals as Well as Other Forms of Legal Immigration - The December 20, 2017 New York Times article “Without New Laws or Walls, Trump Presses the Brake on Legal Immigration” insinuates that the Trump Administration is purposely slowing down the H1-B visa process by drowning potential immigrants in paperwork and red tape. The H1-B visa category is a temporary, non-immigrant visa category that allows U.S. [ ]
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New Jersey’s expungement statute - New Jersey’s expungement statute is contained in N.J.S.A. 2C:52-1, et. seq., defining expungement as: “extraction and isolation of all records on file within any court, detention or correctional facility, law enforcement or criminal justice agency concerning a person’s detection, apprehension, arrest, detention, trial or disposition of an offense within the criminal justice system.” N.J.S. 2C:52-2 [ ]
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