Tag Archives: Practice of immigration law
Source: American Immigration Lawyers Association (Doc. 15120860) Central to the mission of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is the promotion of justice and advocacy for fair and reasonable immigration laws. AILA condemns any proposal that would treat someone differently based upon nationality or religion. Bigotry and discrimination are anathema to the principles upon which […]
Minor criminal convictions have had devastating immigration consequences for many immigrants in recent years. The Obama administration continues to deport hundreds of thousands of people per year, purportedly prioritizing the removal of high-risk criminal offenders. But in a recent case, Mellouli v. Lynch, the defendant had a Master’s degrees in applied mathematics and economics, but was […]
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A recent graduate of American University, Washington College of Law, describes her practice experience at Deutsch, Killea and Eapen.
The Intolerable Delay for Relative Petitions I recently met with a prospective client. The facts were not unusual: she was 35 years old, a U.S. citizen who is, and has been, living abroad, and she met somebody she wishes to marry. With this decision comes a host of other major life decisions: how to introduce […]
Here is our Spring 2013 newsletter, Developments in Immigration Reform, from Deutsch, Killea and Eapen
NPR’s Pam Fessler interviewed Morris Deutsch about USCIS’ appointment system, known as “InfoPass.” You can listen to it here.