Category Archives: Immigration Law


UNPLUG FROM THE WORLD AND PLUG INTO GOD In our increasingly plugged-in world, taking time to unplug can have refreshing benefits for the body, mind and spirit. Please join men and women from our Jesuit College Alumni/ae, family and friends for a quiet listening retreat at Loyola Jesuit Center in Morristown, NJ on September 13-15, 2019. Loyola is a welcoming, peaceful oasis where you can unplug from the distractions of the world and plug into your relationship with God. The

IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES IN CRIMINAL CASES IN 2017 -What Every Defense Attorney needs to know to protect his or her client and more.

Richmond County Bar Association sponsored CLE. Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Time: 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Place: Staten Island University Hospital Regina M. McGinn, MD Education Center 475 Seaview Avenue Staten Island, NY 10305 Moderator: Joseph G. Canepa, Esq. SPEAKERS: Genia Blaser, Esq., Immigrant Defense Project Maria Guastella, Esq. Matthew Santamauro, Esq. TOPICS: 1. “Immigration Consequences in Criminal Cases in 2017 – What Every Defense Attorney Needs to Know to Protect His or Her Client” 2. How to Try

Are Individuals who have been granted Deferred Action by the Department of Homeland Security Pursuant to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Process eligible to Join the U.S. Armed Forces?

The short answer is yes. Currently, the MAVNI program was reinstated on May 16, 2012 and there is a cap of only 1500 slots per year.  The MAVNI program has been extended until the end of Fiscal Year 2016. For more specific details see