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The President’s Executive Action on Immigration. What Does it Mean?

The President’s Executive Action on Immigration. What Does it Mean?

On November 20, 2014, President Barack Obama announced a number of administrative fixes to the enforcement and process of US immigration law that could positively affect noncitizen family members who do not have lawful immigration status. There are also numerous employment-related provisions that are not the subject of this article. On the family-based front, the […]

Community News – February 2015

Community News – February 2015

Berger Kahn attorney Erin Mindoro was officially sworn in as one of the newest Associate Board members for the Orange County Bar Foundation, a highly esteemed Orange County nonprofit organization committed to keeping at-risk youth out of jail, in school, healthy, and drug free through education, counseling, and mentoring. Shareholder David Ezra was also in […]

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