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So you thought that Black Boys in America had been removed from the endangered species list? Not so fast, my friend, come to Brooklyn be your own witness. Richard A King Esq. MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p0715

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For once, a good decision from the US Supreme Court allowing federal benefits for same-sex married couples. Richard A King MJoTA 2013 v8n1 p0626 clickhere

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Richard A King Esq, in Nov 2009 in the office he ran in Brooklyn at that time.
Beware of scammers. Richard A King. MJoTA 2014 v9n2 p1118

President Obama is about to sign an executive order which, in effect, will give employment cards and an opportunity to remain and live in the USA legally, to between 5 to 10 million illegal and undocumented aliens. The President has promised to take this action within the coming weeks.

This will not be a sweeping amnesty, everyone will not be included. Anyone hoping to benefit from this order should try hard to wait on the President and then seek out honest, professional help when the order is in place.

Please spread the word and warn our sisters and brothers who may be in this hard-working group of immigrants not give  their hard earned money to any of the assorted crooks who are  waiting to feast on suckers crossing their path. They should know for certain if they are covered under the executive order before spending a dime. Warning! Beware of scammers.
Thoughts of ebola and the politics of race. Richard A King MJoTA 2014 v9n2 p1106 click here
Richard A King
-immigration lawyer

-former US Homeland Security lawyer in US and Africa
-Contributing editor at sites

Attorney at Law since Jan 1993

Son of Barbados

University education:
-City University of New York School of Law, Queens, NY
-City University of New York Queens College, NY

"Write or call me at 917-627-6188 anytime, if you need help with or information about any legal matter."

If you were waiting for sweeping Immigration Amnesty, don’t worry, all is not lost, get prepared for lesser Immigration Reform bill coming your way. Richard A King Esq. MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p0720 click here

US Republicans scrubbing to perform major surgery on the Immigration Reform Bill. Richard A King MJoTA 2013 v8n1 p0629 click here

DHS Announces Temporary Protected Status Designations for Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone

Press release from US Citizenship and Immigration Services: Due to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has announced his decision to designate Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months.  As a result, eligible nationals of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone who are currently residing in the United States may apply for TPS with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Federal Register notices provide details and procedures for applying for TPS and are available at

The TPS designations for the 3 countries are effective Nov. 21, 2014 and will be in effect for 18 months. The designations mean that eligible nationals of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone (and people without nationality who last habitually resided in one of those three countries) will not be removed from the United States and are authorized to work and obtain an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). The 180-day TPS registration period begins Nov. 21, 2014 and runs through May 20, 2015.

To be eligible for TPS, applicants must demonstrate that they satisfy all eligibility criteria, including that they have been “continuously residing” in the United States since Nov. 20, 2014 and “continuously physically present in” the United States since Nov. 21, 2014.  Applicants also undergo thorough security checks.  Individuals with certain criminal records or who pose a threat to national security are not eligible for TPS. The eligibility requirements are fully described in the Federal Register notices and on the TPS Web page at

Liberians currently covered under the 2-year extension of Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) based on President Obama’s Sept. 26, 2014 memorandum may apply for TPS. If they do not apply for TPS within the initial 180-day registration period, they risk being ineligible for TPS because they will have missed the initial registration period. Liberians covered by DED who already possess or have applied for an EAD do not need to also apply for one related to this TPS designation. However, such individuals who are granted TPS may request a TPS-related EAD at a later date as long as the TPS designation for Liberia remains in effect.

Applicants may request that USCIS waive any or all fees based on demonstrated inability to pay by filing Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver, or by submitting a written request. Fee-waiver requests must be accompanied by supporting documentation. USCIS will reject any TPS application that does not include the required filing fee or a properly documented fee-waiver request.

All USCIS forms are free. Applicants can download these forms from the USCIS website at or request them by calling USCIS toll-free at 1-800-870-3676.