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06Mar2017

Delgado Law receives PRO BONO AWARD!

A very special congratulations to Jackie Delgado of Delgado Law + Immigration Palm Beach for this prestigious award for Pro Bono attorneys in our area.

Learn more about the award, other recipients, and the awards gala here.

  • 6 Mar, 2017
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23Jan2017

“Wet Foot Dry Foot” Changes

Changes are coming, and while we were all focusing on President Elect Trump, the Obama administration has decided to go out with a bang. Read the following statement below:

 

 

PRESIDENT OBAMA’S STATEMENT ON CUBAN IMMIGRATION

Today, the United States is taking important steps forward to normalize relations with Cuba and to bring greater consistency to our immigration policy.

The Department of Homeland Security is ending the so-called ‘wet-foot/dry foot’ policy,…

  • 23 Jan, 2017
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03Jan2017

Executive Orders Trump COULD Revoke

As we discussed earlier this month, President- elect Trump will bring some new changes to immigration law and polices. We explored the possibility of the DACA being canceled and what that would look like for our clients and potential clients. Now, let’s look at two other executive orders that Trump can, and will more than likely, overturn TPS and I 601-a.

 

Protesters…

  • 3 Jan, 2017
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19Dec2016

New age for the DACA

Life will change come January 20, 2017. For better or worse, we have elected a far-right politician to be the next president of the United States of America. Despite political leanings and division, there are a few executive orders that can be overturned once President- elect Trump takes office. Let’s discuss the real possibility of a DACA cancellation.

 

Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals

What is DACA?

First of all, DACA

  • 19 Dec, 2016
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06Dec2016

Citizens of the world

 

 

We were completely taken aback by this viral video by travel company, Momondo. They decide to take 67 individuals from all over the world on a “DNA Journey”. To explain how DNA works, each one of us gets half of our DNA from our male and female biological parents. Half and half… all the way back to the beginning of humanity. Now, at the beginning of this video we see the separation,…

  • 6 Dec, 2016
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17Aug2015

Why Hire An Immigration Attorney?

There is a lot of information on the internet about immigration, you may feel somewhat confident that an attorney is not required to resolve your immigration troubles. At Delgato Law, we have seen countless problems come about from people who have finally turned to us to assist them in unraveling the damage caused by trying to do it themselves. Our understanding of immigration law allows us to bring about favorable resolutions which would be unobtainable by those who do…

  • 17 Aug, 2015
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30Jul2015

Becoming a U.S. Citizen

Individuals born in the United States automatically are granted U.S. citizenship (as specified by the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution), while those born abroad to at least one U.S. citizen often qualify. Additionally, non-citizens serving in the U.S. military are granted an expedited path to citizenship.

Legal permanent residents (“green card” holders) also may become U.S. citizens through the process of naturalization. Those seeking citizenship through naturalization must meet certain criteria, such as English literacy and good moral character,…

  • 30 Jul, 2015
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15Jun2015

The Immigration Naturalization Process

The Immigration Naturalization is the legal process through which a foreign citizen or national can become a U.S. citizen.  In order to be naturalized, an applicant must first be qualified to apply for citizenship.  Then, he or she must complete an application, attend an interview, and pass an English and a civics test. Upon successful completion of these steps, the applicant takes an oath of loyalty, and becomes a citizen.  These legal requirements help the immigration service ensure…

  • 15 Jun, 2015
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13May2015

My Parents Are Being Deported What Will Happen to Me?

It’s estimated that of the approximate 11 million undocumented adult immigrants in the United States facing deportation, 4.5 million U.S.-born children of those parents are at risk of losing their families. It’s a common question asked by these children: My parents are being deported, What will happen to me?

The children of undocumented immigrants are much more likely to face insurmountable challenges such as: poverty, abuse, mental health and behavior health issues, lack of medical and dental care, and lack…

  • 13 May, 2015
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08May2015

Central American Minors Program

The Newly Expanded Central American Minors Program (CAM Program) may be an option for child refugees.

In response to the large numbers of unaccompanied minors fleeing violence and persecution from Central America, the U.S. State Department introduced the Central American Minors (CAM) Program on December 1, 2014. This program was launched as an in-country refugee/parole program for children in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras as a response to the sudden influx of more than 50,000 unaccompanied minors from those Central…

  • 8 May, 2015
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