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Immigration Attorney Linda Osberg-Braun on “This Week in South Florida”

Attorney Linda Osberg-Braun was recently on a panel on “This Week in South Florida,” a local Miami TV program on WPLG Local 10, where she spoke about current immigration issues. The program was hosted by Glenna Milberg and other guests included Nezar Hamze, Executive Director of CAIR-Florida (Council on American-Islamic Relations Florida) and immigration Attorney Josh Bratter. You can watch…

A Ray Of Hope—Small, But Significant

  Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) The Administration’s plan to allow millions of undocumented immigrants to live and work in the United States without fear of deportation triggered legal and political debates across the country. Obama’s program called Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) would allow such undocumented immigrants to…

4 Important Points To Know About Unresolved Immigration Reform (Updated)

  Note: This story has been updated since November 18th, 2015. The November recess for both the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives is nearing, and both legislative bodies will not reconvene until later this month. Yet, immigration reform and other critical matters remain in the forefront of this country’s collective conscience. Nearly a year ago, President Obama committed that…

Attorney Jennifer Ruiz Talks About The Increase Of Chinese Immigrants Coming To The U.S.

Attorney Jennifer Ruiz was once again interviewed by Univision, this time in regards to the rising numbers of immigrants coming from China. She adds that a part of these immigrants are Chinese investors and students that apply for a visa in order to travel to the United States. According to the new numbers, China and India have a higher number of…

Endless Delays Erode Our Family Values

  As have many immigration attorneys across the country, Bernstein Osberg-Braun has let its voice be heard on the Executive Actions taken by President Obama to potentially shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation. This past month, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanan issued a preliminary injunction that temporarily enjoined implementation of these most recent actions which included Deferred Action for…

Attorney Jennifer Ruiz Talks To Univision About Delays In Immigration Cases

This past weekend, Univision’s Juan Carlos Aguiar interviewed Attorney Jennifer Ruiz. During the interview, she spoke about how immigration courts are giving priority to cases involving children who have crossed the United States border alone while other cases are being pushed back. You can see the full interview on the video below (video is in Spanish):  

The White House Task Force On New Americans Presents Their Recommendations

  Last year, President Barack Obama established The White House Task Force on New Americans. Their goal is to help immigrants and refugees integrate to American communities in a better way. The White House Task Force on New Americans presented their strategic action plan to the President last week, which you can read by clicking here. Their plan includes goals…

Attorneys Roger Bernstein and Rafael de Araujo Head to Brazil

  Roger Bernstein (@RogerABernstein) and Rafael de Araujo will be in Brazil April 6 through April 13th to participate in an International Planning, Investment, Real Estate Market and U.S. Immigration Laws Symposium organized by the Westchester Financial Group. This is the second year that Roger Bernstein will be a panelist addressing U.S. immigration laws. Bernstein Osberg-Braun has once again sponsored…

Alejandro González Iñárritu Speaks About Immigration During Oscar Speech

  Alejandro González Iñárritu, who won the Oscar for best director this year, spoke on the topic of immigration during his speech, mentioning Mexican immigrants living in the United States: “I just pray they can be treated with the same dignity and respect of the ones that came before and built this incredible, immigrant nation.” We expect the same not…