Category Archives: prosecutorial discretion

DREAM Act immigration program

DREAM Act Immigration Lawyer News Greetings from Nashville, Tennessee! I've come here from Boston to attend the National Convention of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). And today, we immigration attorneys awoke to some wonderful news: the Obama Administration announced a new immigration directive, the so-called DREAM Act, which will help countless undocumented young people who, through no fault of their own, were brought the US as young children. When this DREAM Act immigration memorandum was announced at the lawyers convention this morning, crowds of immigration lawyers attending literally stood up and applauded. READ MORE

Kong Xin Chen is Free!

Deportation Defense of Kong Xin Chen Kong's arrest and the prospect that he could be deported has visibly shaken his community in Marshfield, Massachusetts, drawing the attention of the Boston Globe, the Quincy, MA Patriot Ledger and other Massachusetts newspapers. Kong's case has earned the sympathy of state and congressional representatives and prompted his community to rally around him. His supporters have created a Free Kong Now Website, organized a fundraiser to help support his family and flooded my office with heartbreaking letters of support. READ MORE

Stopping the deportation of Kong Xin Chen

Many concerned friends in the Marshfield, Massachusetts community and fans of Mandarin and Tokyo restaurant have contacted me and asked me for information on Kong's immigration / deportation case and what they can do to help. As Kong's immigration and deportation defense lawyer, on my immigration blog I explained earlier the legal predicament that Kong is in and why a detailed letter of support is the best way to help him out. READ MORE