GROSSMAN LAW IN THE NEWS ON CHANGES IN IMMIGRATION LAW AND PRACTICE
November 20, 2014: President Obama announced his plan for Executive Action to help millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, including "DREAMers" who came to the U.S. before their 16th birthday and the parents of U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident children. Download Grossman Law, LLC's informational flyer about these new changes in English o en Español.
May 5, 2014: Conditions in Venezuela continue to deteriorate for many, especially political dissidents and media-owners. Read Sandra Grossman's article in the Huffington Post about how the United States can, and must do more to help Venezuelan immigrants.
April 17, 2014: Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley signs a bill into law expanding opportunities for undocumented, abused children to obtain immigration relief. Read Christina Wilkes's article in the Huffington Post about the new law and what it means for immigrant children in Maryland.
April 15, 2014: Sandra Grossman and Rachel Zoghlin publish an article in Bender's Immigration Bulletin about legal options in the Inter-American System and in U.S. asylum law for journalists, media-owners, and whistleblowers. También está disponible en español.
February 13, 2014: Christina Wilkes testifies before the Maryland Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bill 396, to modify Equity Court Jurisdiction in Custody and Guardianship Petitions for Immigrant Children. For details, read Christina's testimony.
February 6, 2014: Christina Wilkes testifies before the Maryland House Judiciary Committee in support of House Bill 315, to modify Equity Court Jurisdiction in Custody and Guardianship Petitions for Immigrant Children. For details, read Christina's testimony or watch this video of her testimony (starting at about 0:50.35).
October 2013: Sandra Grossman wins major victory in Baltimore Immigration Court for two Clients accused of making a false claim to citizenship. Read about it here.
June 2013: The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the Defense of Marriage Act, giving gay and lesbian individuals and same-sex couples more options for immigration relief. Read Sandra Grossman and Rachel Zoghlin's article in the Huffington Post about this important change.
June 2013: Ecuador offers asylum protection to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Read Sandra Grossman's article about Snowden's ironic choice of refuge in the Huffington Post.