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  • Trump Administration Ends Protections for Over 200,000 Salvadorans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Sudanese Living for Many Years in the United States
    Trump Administration Ends Protections for Over 200,000 Salvadorans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Sudanese Living for Many Years in the United States

    Earlier this month, the Trump administration announced that it will end the Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) of more than 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the United States since at least 2001, ...

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  • What is Happening with DACA?
    What is Happening with DACA?

    On September 5 th , the Trump administration announced perhaps their most controversial decision yet: the ending of DACA, also known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. An Obama era ...

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  • Professor Modi Sits on SB-4 Panel
    Professor Modi Sits on SB-4 Panel

    Our founding attorney, Susham M. Modi, recently attended and participated in a panel titled “Senate Bill 4, the ‘Anti-Sanctuaries Cities’ Law: The Legislative Process, SB-4’s Constitutionality, ...

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  • Federal Judge Puts the Travel Ban 2.0 on Hold
    Federal Judge Puts the Travel Ban 2.0 on Hold

    Executive Order (EO) 13780, also known as Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States, is the second version of an earlier EO signed into law by the current president. ...

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  • Attorney Modi Speaks at Immigration Panel Organized by Former First Lady of Houston
    Attorney Modi Speaks at Immigration Panel Organized by Former First Lady of Houston

    On Sunday, March 5, Houston Immigration Attorney Susham Modi spoke at Big Hearted Texas’s immigration panel. The panel covered topics such as the current immigration policy changes, sanctuary city ...

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  • Conditional Permanent Residence Based on Marriage
    Conditional Permanent Residence Based on Marriage

    Green cards can be the first stepping stone to U.S citizenship and are often used to meet the residency requirement of naturalization. Generally, one must have been a green card holder for five years ...

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