VERONA, Va. – Today, the Supreme Court of the United States blocked President Obama’s 2014 executive orders on immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA), which sought to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from U.S. deportation.
Mike Donovan, CEO of Nexus Services, Inc., a leading family of companies serving immigrant communities across the United States, said:
“Nexus Services, Inc. is deeply disappointed by the Court’s decision today that essentially killed a program that would have benefitted millions of law-abiding immigrants and their families by keeping them from being torn apart and losing everything they have worked so hard for while living in the U.S. Despite today’s decision, we will continue to stand by immigrant communities across the country.
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I’m proud that Nexus Services was recently recognized by the Colorado State Senate for the work we do in the Centennial State and across the country on behalf of immigrant families.
Virginia-based company Nexus Services, Inc. was recently honored by the Colorado State Legislature, on request of Senator Vicki Marble. The Senate signed an official commendation certificate, praising Nexus Services, Inc. and its non-profit, Nexus Caridades, for its work in providing pro-bono legal services and support to detained immigrants and their families.
“The company promotes accountability by ensuring its clients appear in immigration court, minimizing tax burdens by reducing jail overcrowding,” reads the commendation. “The services provided by this organization assist in the ultimate goal of reuniting immigrants with their families. The members of the Colorado Senate recognize and congratulate Nexus Services, Inc. for their service to the state of Colorado and wish them continued success.”
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