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The Supreme Court announced that it will consider President Obama's immigration Executive Orders relating to the expansion of the Deferred Action Program for Children (DACA) and for providing temporary status including work and travel authorization to out of status parents of US Citizen and Permanent Resident Children (DAPA).

The Executive Order involves 4.3 million people who are awaiting permission to obtain Protected Status under the DAPA and DACA Programs.

The President unveiled the program over a year ago, but federal courts blocked implementation.The Supreme Court should rule on the case by early summer. If the Court approves the programs they will go into effect before he leaves office.


The Department of Homeland Security issued a press release stating that until announced otherwise, TSA will continue to accept valid driver’s licenses and identification cards issued by all States.  DHS plans to announce the schedule for any changes to air travel requirements by the end of the year and will ensure that State governments and the traveling public are notified at least 120 days in advance of implementation. 

 If your ID is not REAL ID-compliant by the time the full program is enforced, you may present your non-compliant driver’s license or ID card along with a second form of ID to TSA when you travel.   For more information, you can check the TSA Web site at www.dhs.gov\real-id-enforcement-brief for updates as your travel date nears.  A list of frequently asked questions on REAL ID may also be found at www.dhs.gov\real-id-public-faqs


  • Today, DOJ filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the Court to overturn the injunction blocking DAPA and expanded DACA, and arguing that the 26 states challenging President Obama's executive actions lack standing to do so. The petition states that if the Fifth Circuit's majority ruling is left undisturbed, it "will allow states to frustrate the federal government’s enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws," and "will force millions of people—who are not removal priorities under criteria the court conceded are valid, and who are parents of U.S. citizens and permanent residents—to continue to work off the books, without the option of lawful employment to provide for their families."

    All applicants for Permanent Residency May Apply for a Provisional Waiver
    They have a US Citizen or Permanent Resident Parent or Spouse

    Immigration has announced its intention to expand the provisional waiver program and confirms that the program applies to all visa applicants who are unlawfully in the USA may soon apply for a waiver.  IN order to be eligible, all applicants must prove that they have a US Citizen or Permanent Resident Spouse or Parent who would suffer extreme hardship if they were not permitted to obtain their permanent residency.

    The new program also applies to derivatives meaning spouses and children of principal applicants.

    We await the final implementation of the rule which should take effect soon.  If you think you are eligible, please contact our office to make an appointment to complete the process.  We will be contacting our clients directly to confirm their eligibility. July 16, 2015.

    February 20, 2016 - Saturday
    Jesuit Millennium Center - 
    5835 w. Irving Park Road - Chicago

    In cooperation with the Jesuit Millennium Center and Radio DEON, Christopher Kurczaba will be conducting a workshop/ assisting individuals with immigration issues every third Saturday of the Month.  This is directly before the 7pm mass at the Center.   The workshop  will continue every month to provide assistance with immigration matters - regardless of age, language spoken or income level.

    In addition to general immigration advice, the workshop will also include agencies and individuals involved in the Immigration Process. For more information see the Polish Jesuit Millennium Center at www.jezuici.org OR Radio Deon at www.deon24.com OR our office at (773) 774-0000

    KURCZABA Elected Secretary of Polish Assistance

    Christopher was recently elected as Secretary of Polish Assistance, a long standing Polish American Organization based in New York City.  The Organization has assisted thousands of immigrants and persons in need.

    The Organization was originally formed by many noble Polish families who wanted to assist immigrants coming to America.  The Organization holds a gala fundraiser at the Plaza Hotel in New York.  This year's event will take place on February 6.  All are invited to attend and participate - making this ball one of the best and most helpful to those in need.


    The waiting time for an immigrant visa through labor certification- the process of being sponsored by an employer - has been shortened to 2 years.  
    Labor Certification is where an employer files a job offer for an individual to be employed - either in a typical business situation - or even as a household worker (nanny, home attendant).

    are just 3 of the Satisfied clients of the firm who appeared in our new commercial to be aired on iTVN and Polsat over the coming months.


    See what other happy satisfied clients are saying about their experiences with Kurczaba Law Offices

    Christopher Kurczaba is a member of both the New York & Illinois Bars.   Our office can assist you with Immigration Matters throughout the United States, but are additionally able to provide all legal services regarding issues in the States of Illinois and New York.

    - Bond Hearings
    - Assisting clients with criminal convictions navigate immigration matters 
    - Permanent Residency through employers
    - Work visas for professionals and highly educated persons
    - Work visas for performers
    - Visas for business persons entering the USA
    - Defense of actions against Immigration & Customs Enforcement 
    - Appeals to the Immigration Service - US Citizenship & Immigration Services
    - Appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office
    & other complex immigration matters

    Christopher Kurczaba
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