Our very own immigration attorney, Sarah Perez, has been featured once again in law magazine Communiqué. Read here and learn about five things to keep in mind when representing undocumented minors.
Immigration Attorney, Sarah Perez, was featured in the November issue of CCBA's Communiqué. Ms. Perez spoke about volunteering at the immigration residential facility (or detention center) in Artesia, NM. To read about her experience and learn how you can volunteer, read her piece on page 38 of the November 2014 issue.
As you may have heard, on Thursday, November 20th, the President announced the new Deferred Action program for Parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents. The President also broadened eligibility for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Will you be eligible? Deferred Action for Parents (DAP) will benefit those undocumented individuals who: 1. Have a … Continue reading President Obama Announces Deferred Action for Parents of U.S. Citizens/LPRs and Expands DACA
Hamilton Law is proud to announce that our immigration attorney, Sarah I. Perez, has been honored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association as a Pro Bono Hero in the Third Quarter of 2014. We were very proud of Ms. Perez when she embarked on her journey to Artesia, NM, and we continue to support her … Continue reading Sarah Perez is Honored by AILA as a Pro Bono Hero for the Third Quarter of 2014
At Hamilton Law, we are dedicated to helping the immigrant community. For this reason, we supported our immigration attorney, Sarah I. Perez, in her endeavors to travel down to New Mexico for a few days and join a group of pro bono attorneys to provide free legal aid to those in immigration detention. We knew there was … Continue reading A Look Inside the Immigrant Detention Center in Artesia, NM
On June 5, 2014, Secretary of Homeland Security Johnson announced the process for DACA recipients to renew enrollment in the deferred action program. Approvals will begin to expire in September 2014, and to avoid a lapse in the period of deferral and employment authorization it is recommended that recipients submit their renewal request approximately 120 … Continue reading Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Renewal Process