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DREAMers Legislation AILA

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What you should know about the DREAMers Legislation

AILA – American Immigration Lawyers Association
PLEASE SHARE WIDELY: DREAMERS NOT CURRENTLY IN PROCEEDINGS SHOULD NOT APPLY AFFIRMATIVELY FOR DEFERRED ACTION AT THIS TIME. USCIS HAS STATED THAT THEY WILL BEGIN ACCEPTING AFFIRMATIVE APPLICATIONS BY MID-AUGUST—STAY TUNED TO WWW.AILA.ORG/DREAM FOR INFORMATION ABOUT WHEN THIS AFFIRMATIVE PROCESS WILL BE AVAILABLE.

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Ryan Alexeev was born in Madison, Wisconsin. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she earned her B.S. in International Business and Management Information Systems. She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of Law. While attending law school, Ryan was the Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Caucus and the Treasurer of the International Law Caucus. She was also very involved with the University Legal Assistance Center on campus that provided free legal services to the elderly and non-profit business owners. After practicing law for several years, Ryan decided to go back to school to obtain a Legal Masters in Taxation to be able to better service her clients with pre-immigration tax planning and those who want to do estate planning but are not U.S. citizens or have assets overseas.

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