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Justice Department’s Losing Battle Over Deportation Waivers for Permanent Residents

Written by on February 14, 2014 in Department of Justice, Deportation, Family with 0 Comments
Justice Department’s Losing Battle Over Deportation Waivers for Permanent Residents

For more than five years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has defended a policy that deprives long-term lawful permanent residents (LPRs) of the opportunity to apply for a waiver that would allow them to remain in the United States. The waiver—known as the 212(h) waiver (referring to section 212(h) of the immigration statute)—permits permanent residents [...]

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DHS Publishes New Provisional Waiver to Help Some Families Stay Together

DHS Publishes New Provisional Waiver to Help Some Families Stay Together

Some families facing long separations from their loved ones because of U.S. immigration laws will have an easier time of it in 2013. Thanks to a new regulation from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), immediate relatives of U.S. citizens will be able to complete part of the processing of their immigration cases without leaving [...]

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