The Supreme Court Ruling on DACA

Today the Supreme Court Blocked President Trump‘s Cancellation of DACA Immigration Program. This ruling affects more than 600,000 immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children. George P Mann and Associates will resume filing new, initial DACA applications for persons who were barred from applying due to the illegal rescission of DACA.  Please make…
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What is Happening With USCIS: A Quick Rundown

A recent New York Times article described the precarious financial situation U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) finds itself in following three of Trump administration leadership and now, the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are some of my main takeaways: In 2016, USCIS had 15,828 Employees. Three years later, USCIS Had grown to 18,866 employees a 19%…
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An Analysis of Trump’s 100-day Plan

The 2016 presidential election is finally behind us and the results are in. Despite losing the popular vote to Hilary Clinton by upwards of 1.7 million votes, Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States. Something that we are far less certain about is what kind of policies the President-elect will actually…
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SCOTUS Decision & Immigration (In)action: A Political Failure From Start to Finish

This morning, over 4.5 million undocumented people, including mothers, fathers, children, friends, and coworkers, were stripped of a sense of hope for better things to come. The eight justices of the U.S. Supreme Court elected to all but kill President Obama’s most significant attempt at immigration reform. In a 4-4 split, the decision came down…
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A Political Power Play: Are Immigrants Being Taken for a Ride?

Last November, President Obama began a political firestorm when he announced a new executive order for immigration reform. In many ways this was a follow-up to the two-year-old program known as DACA, which covered young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children and grew up in this country. The one unveiled in…
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Immigration Reform: What’s Next?

This has not been a good week for supporters of immigration reform.  On Tuesday, May 26, a three-judge panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals declined to stay an earlier injunction from U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen.  Hanen’s ruling last February stated that Texas and 25 other states have the right to sue…
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