Immigration

Faces of “Illegal” Immigrants

By |Published on February 8th, 2013|Posted in Immigration
As an immigration lawyer I often hear, “Illegal immigrants should all leave. What is it about the word “illegal” that they don’t understand?” There seems to be a misconception that undocumented immigrants should be viewed as criminals. After all, they are breaking the law. However,
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How Does VAWA Act Impact Immigration Issues?

By |Published on February 8th, 2013|Posted in Immigration
VAWA is the common way of referencing the Violence Against Women Act. This comprehensive act applies to violence against women and men. It can be applied to immigration cases in circumstances where an immigrant is abused by their US citizen husband or wife. At Tucker & Ludin, we often see cases
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Immigration Reform is a Non-Partisan Issue (or at least it should be)

By |Published on November 5th, 2012|Posted in Immigration
Immigration reform is not only good for those dreaming to live in the U.S., but it is also good for our economic growth. The U.S. is in desperate need for talented, hardworking and educated new citizens. These new citizens and permanent residents would fill jobs that would otherwise be sent
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How Do the Political Parties Stand on Immigration Issues?

By |Published on September 6th, 2012|Posted in Immigration
These past few years, immigration issues have been discussed a great deal by politicians. But, where do the political parties actually stand with regard to immigration matters? Check out my blog which highlights the Republican and Democratic platforms relating to this important topic. Go to
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Warning About New Telephone Scam Directed to Foreigners

By |Published on July 21st, 2012|Posted in Immigration
The attorneys at Tucker & Ludin have received reports of a new telephone scam directed to legal aliens in the U.S.  According to what we have heard, someone will call a legal alien claiming to be an officer of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The "officer" will
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Why is Immigration Good for America?

By |Published on July 21st, 2012|Posted in Immigration
Immigration makes America stronger.  As a country of immigrants, the U.S. would not be the great nation that it is if it were not for our diversity and the great contributions made by those brave people who took tremenous risks to relocate here. Read my July 21, 2012 blog at
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Update on President Obama’s Deferred Action for DREAMers

By |Published on July 11th, 2012|Posted in Immigration
As we reported in the Immigration news section of this website, on June 15th 2012, the Obama administration announced that the administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives.
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