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Latest developments on implementation of Executive Orders

On February 21st, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) took the first steps to implement the two latest Executive Orders concerning enforcement of immigration laws. The brief synopsis is this:

Anyone who has committed any immigration violation is now at risk of being put into deportation proceedings.  Prior removal priorities that focused on criminal aliens are eliminated.

Many more people will be deported, detained, or issued ankle bracelets under the new guidelines and Executive Orders that authorize an additional 15,000 immigration law enforcement officers.

DHS will expand its “secure communities” program to encourage state and local police to identify and detain suspected immigration violators, until the DHS can initiate removal proceedings.

DHS will expand its existing expedited removal program so that more people will be immediately deported without a hearing unless they are an unaccompanied minor, intend to apply for asylum or have a fear of persecution or torture in their home country, or claim to have lawful immigration status.

The DACA (“Dreamers”) program will not be affected

If you or anyone you may know is or could be affected by these developments, please contact us immediately and we can discuss your options. We are available 24 hours for emergencies. Tel 561 34 8440 and E mail:

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At the Law Offices of Grant Kaplan, we know that a thorough understanding of immigration laws and procedures is critical. We also know that, when it comes to immigration matters, consistent attorney-client communication is crucial. To that end, we are here to provide approachable, responsive, efficient and effective service.

Handling Immigration Cases Throughout the U.S. and the World

Founding attorney Grant Kaplan has over 29 years of experience in international law. From offices in Boca Raton, Florida, Mr. Kaplan represents people and companies in immigration cases throughout the United States. He is also available to travel to foreign embassies and consulates. Mr. Kaplan also has an active legal practice in Johannesburg, South Africa, and associated offices in London and worldwide.

Giving You
Honest and Realistic Advice

People often experience issues related to their immigration status. Whether the matter pertains to getting a visa, securing a green card or completing an international adoption, the Law Offices of Grant Kaplan is here to provide you with realistic expectations of the results. We help you resolve your issue as quickly and cost-effectively as possible while still providing quality service personalized to the facts of your case.

Grant Kaplan is qualified to represent clients in front of:

  • The United States Customs and Immigration Service
  • Immigration judges
  • Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
  • District courts
  • U.S. Circuit courts
  • The U.S. Supreme Court


Employment & Family Visas

Whether you wish to enter the United States for vocation, to improve a life for your kids or for different reasons, we will help you to get the corresponding visa or green card you require.

Visas & Green Cards

We can help in the event that you are in another nation and need to apply for a visa or green card in the U.S. government office of that nation.

I-9 Compliance

Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), it is illicit for managers to intentionally utilize, or keep on utilizing, individuals who are not approved to work in the United States.

Criminal Deportation/Removal Defense

In the event that you have been charged or sentenced a wrongdoing, or outstaying on a non-foreigner visa (or entering without a visa), you might now be compelled to leave the nation.


Contact us for a free consultation if you would like help with an immigration matter.
We will provide you with courteous and prompt service. Our office is on-call 24 hours a day for emergency situations.