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Sleeper Cells: The Immigration Component of the Threat

Frontpage, by Michael Cutler, Jan. 23, 2015:

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, France terror raids were carried out in Belgium and Greece to identify, locate and hunt down so-called “sleepers cells.” Journalists and politicians have finally raised the issue of the threats potentially posed by sleeper agents in the United States, going back to the future — the same concerns about sleeper cells in the United States were voiced in the wake of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 including by the then-director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. 635 more words

Counter Jihad Report

When will USCIS start accepting applications for DAPA?

USCIS will not start accepting applications for DAPA until May 2015.

Before the forms are published and guidance is issued, our office is able to conduct research and advise potential clients if they are prima facie eligible for DAPA. 275 more words

Immigration Reform

Five Things We Have Learned about the I-601A Provisional Waiver Program

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Last week, we had another I-601A provisional waiver… 761 more words

Obama Administration

EXECUTIVE REFORMS: Public Meetings with Benach Ragland

Over the next couple of weeks, Benach Ragland attorneys and staff will be traveling the greater DC area to offer FREE public meetings to discuss the Presidents Executive Reforms to Immigration.  264 more words

Obama Administration