Immigration Law

Recent Posts

Out of the Shadows: The Working Conditions of Immigrant Women in Tucson
Posted on 2 Sep 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Out of the Shadows: The Working Conditions of Immigrant Women in Tucson A Report by the Bacon Immigration Law & Policy Program, James E.Rogers College of Law and the Southwest Institute for Research on Women September 2014 "Over the past seven... Read More

Growing Up in the Shadows: The Developmental Implications of Unauthorized Status
Posted on 19 Oct 2011 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Unauthorized immigrants account for approximately one-fourth of all immigrants in the United States, yet they dominate public perceptions and are at the heart of a policy impasse. Caught in the middle are the children of these immigrants—youth... Read More

Panel of DREAMers to Discuss 'Living in the Shadows'
Posted on 18 Apr 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"What’s it like to grow up in America but not be an American? Five young, undocumented immigrants will address that question and others as part of a unique panel discussion called “ Undocumented: Living in the Shadows ,” a nationally... Read More

Immigration Voices: Coming out of the Shadows with the U Visa
Posted on 16 Dec 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Probably the most gratifying element of practicing immigration law is watching clients flourish. Obtaining immigration benefits, especially lawful permanent residency, often unleashes a wave of innovation and creativity . Less often, it produces... Read More

Youth Without Papers Step Out of Shadows
Posted on 20 May 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"She was tiny and trembling and looked so very vulnerable. Barely 15, having already experienced a lifetime of hardships since losing her mother at 5 and crossing the desert with her father, she clutched a microphone before a crowd in New York's... Read More