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Jun
24
INTERPOL, Red Notices, and the Immigrant: Opportunities for Creative Legal Advocacy Considerable misinformation surrounds the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) and its functions. While Hollywood depicts INTERPOL as having seemingl… Read More
Jun
18
Breaking News: Today, after years of litigation, the Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration cannot end DACA as it had intended. The Supreme Court stated that the Administration was “arbitrary and capricious” when it rescinded D… Read More
Jun
5
Nico Borromeo, Argentinian Musician and GYH client, speaks about the importance of creativity in everyday life and, in particular, during trying times. What blocks our creativity and how do we overcome that fear? Stay to the end for an original compo… Read More
Jun
4
Working in the immigration space, Grossman Young & Hammond is well-acquainted with the realities of systemic racism. However, the events of the past week shed a new and chilling light on just how deep these prejudiced currents run within our own… Read More
Jun
2
Many employers thought their business interruption insurance would help when the pandemic forced them to close, but now insurers are often denying these claims or arguing their plans don’t cover this unique situation. Attorney Ron Karp, former Pres… Read More
May
29
Contractor-Chef, Chef Carlos Cardenas, walks us through the steps for traditional Mexican guacamole, a perfect warm-weather snack. Carlos, a friend of GYH, is a multi-talented immigrant from Mexico and trained chef who is a recently launched @NotYour… Read More
May
22
Elevate your brunch this weekend with a homemade leek quiche! GYH client, Chef Mark Courseille, walks you through the steps for how to make this French classic at home. If you would like to support the chef and thank him for his efforts, Venmo him a… Read More
May
19
Students will soon be able to pay in-state tuition at Virginia universities regardless of immigration status. Currently, undocumented students, and some with pending applications for legal status, do not qualify for in-state tuition. The higher out-o… Read More
May
18
DC bartender and friend of GYH David Martin shares three super easy cocktails for all of you missing the bars this Spring. As you learn these no-frills cocktails, give a wink to the iconic Madam’s Organ mural in the background, a well-known landmar… Read More
May
15
COVID-19 FAQ: GYH Attorney Elana Gold sheds light on a new lawsuit over part of the CARES Act on the basis that it discriminates against undocumented immigrants. Typically, under the aid package, parents qualify for $500 per dependent. However, the C… Read More