Once again, we have collaborated with Curran & Berger LLP, a highly respected immigration law firm with extensive experience representing undocumented students throughout the country. Together, we bring you: “Traveling Abroad with Advance Parole: A Guide for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Beneficiaries.”The guide includes:
Testimonials from DACA beneficiaries who have successfully traveled abroad or are in the process of doing so
In-depth overview of Advance Parole
Step-by-step instructions on how to submit an Advance Parole request
Frequently asked questions and tips
Sample Advance Parole declaration statements
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Dan is a frequent speaker at colleges, universities, and nonprofits on immigration issues. As a law student, he won the 1995 American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) annual writing competition for an article on INS policies toward international adoptions. Mr. Berger continued researching and writing, including being a Senior Editor of the AILA Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook for over ten years, Editor-in-Chief of Immigration Options for Academics and Researchers (2005 and now the new edition 2011), and Editor of the International Adoption Sourcebook and the Diplomatic Visas Handbook. He currently is Vice Chair of the AILA Healthcare Committee and a member of the AILA Texas Service Center Liaison Committee and the Rome District Chapter Consular Liaison Group, having previously served in many liaison positions working with different branches of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. Mr. Berger developed his interest in immigration in college, where he studied immigration history and taught English as a Second Language for adult refugees. He is a graduate of Cornell Law School, and a partner with Curran & Berger LLP in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Krsna is a graduate of the University of California, Davis where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Psychology in 2010. Having immigrated to the United States when he was only four months old, Krsna grew up feeling truly American, despite his legal status. Living in Oakland, he was a victim of four gun violence incidents. Education became Krsna’s tool for freedom and self-advancement, a way to “level the playing field.” Since joining E4FC’s Legal Services Team, Krsna has developed an in-depth knowledge of U.S. immigration law and has been able to use his knowledge to pursue and gain lawful permanent residency for himself and to help others in similar situations. Krsna was recently admitted at Cornell Law School and will begin law school this fall.