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GrayLaw TV – All About the O-1 Visa with Judge Cristina

The O-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the individual who possesses extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or who has a demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry and has been recognized nationally or internationally for those achievements.

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GrayLaw TV – How to Survive an I.C.E. Raid

Immigration and Customs Enforcement sent enforcement squads into cities across the country, from the East Coast of New York to the West Coast of Los Angeles. They did so in an effort to expel from the country those who the President has called “bad dudes.” Officials noted that this effort was in the planning stages …

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Just another satisfied GrayLaw client.

Humberto, Just wanted to send you a quick thank you for all of your wonderful help! I traveled everywhere in the world last year: Burma, Thailand, Italy, Turkey, France- you name it! It’s been absolutely a dream to be a permanent resident. A BIG THANK YOU. Much love and kisses to yourself and wonderful staff! …

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Two Judges Block President Trump’s New Travel Ban

The Trump administration again was handed a blow to its Travel Ban 2.0 after trying to draft a much tighter and constitutionally based Executive Order. The Hawaii and Maryland Courts ruled the Travel Ban unconstitutional based on the Establishment Clause of the Constitution as it discriminates against Muslims. The ruling cited the intent of President …

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Introducing: GRAYLAW TV

  Check out our new YouTube Channel, GRAYLAW TV! We will be addressing the hottest immigrations topics and providing real world answers to questions that immigrants and refugees are faced with every day.  We’re confident that the upcoming weekly series will keep you just as entertained as informed!

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No Travel Ban

  President Trump’s immigration ban is no longer in effect. Therefore, everyone should be able to travel as usual. However, we are still hearing reports of long waits at ports of entry and more people than usual being sent to secondary inspection. Therefore, please expect some possible delays upon entering the United States, particularly those …

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Farewell, Reggie Shona

This is what happens when GrayLaw reunites a mom with her extended family after 20 years! This is unlike anything we have ever seen here in the States (Mom is seen out front in blue).

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Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Obama Immigration Actions

The Supreme Court said Tuesday that it would consider a legal challenge to President Obama’s overhaul of the nation’s immigration rules, agreeing to examine the reach of presidential power as it decides the fate of one of his most far-reaching executive actions. The court, which has twice rejected challenges to Mr. Obama’s signature legislative victory …

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