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For better or worse, anybody who has ever spent more than 5 minutes in my office would know that I play bachata music throughout the workday.  I also like to dance Bachata (which I do poorly) and take weekly classes
Continue Reading !BACHATEAME MAMA! How US Immigration (and New York City) Helped Turn Rural Dominican Music into a Worldwide Phenomenon

Congress created the U nonimmigrant visa in 2000 when it passed the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act. The purpose of the U visa was to encourage immigrants to report crimes to law enforcement and also to afford
Continue Reading YOU DOWN WITH BFD? YEAH, YOU KNOW ME. USCIS Changes their U Visa Policy for Immigrant Victims of Crime

Late in the evening of January 19, 2021, in one of their last official acts, on the Seditionist, Traitor Trump Administration granted Deferred Enforced Departure for Venezuelan Nationals. Deferred Enforced Departure, or “DED,” is a form of relief from removal. 
Continue Reading WTF is DED? DEFERRED ENFORCED DEPARTURE IS A HALF MEASURE FOR DESPERATE VENEZUELAN NATIONALS

Since losing “bigly” (sic) in the presidential election of November 3rd, 2020, the Trump administration, in addition to ignoring a growing pandemic and economic meltdown, embarrassing themselves in courtroom after courtroom, and losing the State of Georgia (Georgia!!!!) 3
Continue Reading LAME DUCK’S REVENGE: TRUMP’S MIDNIGHT REGULATIONS WILL CONTINUE TO HURT IMMIGRANTS EVEN AFTER HE IS GONE