COVID-19 Links and Updates

As the COVID-19 virus and the U.S. response develops, there are important updates to immigration policy. Please see the following links and updates, this page...

Office Update in Response to COVID-19

As a result of the expanding COVID-19 virus, Curran, Berger & Kludt is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of our staff and clients...

Remote Immigrant Assistance Project in 2019 Overview

To date, we have worked on 43 cases for EPIC and 160 cases for Raices. This past week, we surpassed 200 cases! This took a...

Attorney Kludt interviewed for Daily Hampshire Gazette column by Razvan Sibii on The Resistance, as Organized by Immigration Lawyers

Original post in the Daily Hampshire Gazette's Opinion Column, written by Razvan Sibii on January 5, 2020 Throughout 2019, the journalists working the immigration beat...

Attorney Kludt lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Asylum and Detention at the Southern Border

Attorney Megan Kludt guest lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for an honors course titled "American Struggles: Immigration and Mass Incarceration" on December 5th. ...

Attorney Peryeva lectured at Smith College on Gender & Asylum Law on December 9th, 2019

Attorney Aleksandra Peryeva guest lectured a class on Gender & Asylum Law at Smith College on December 9th. The course, Gender, Law & Policy, taught...

Attorney Kludt co-authored a Practice Advisory on Adjustment Eligibility of TPS Holders After Return With Advance Parole

Attorney Megan Kludt co-authored a Practice Advisory with the American Immigration Council and American Immigration Lawyers Association on: Adjustment Eligibility of TPS Holders After Return...

Attorney Berger to speak at the Association of American Universities Council on Federal Relations January 7, 2020 in Scottsdale, AZ

Attorney Dan Berger has been invited to speak to the Associate of American Universities (AAU) Council on Federal Relations (CFR)  on January 7, 2020. The...

Attorney Megan Kludt interviewed on WGBY’s Connecting Point, November 20, 2019

Attorney Megan Kludt weighed in on the Trump Administration's request to collect DNA samples from asylum seekers on Western New England Public Television's Connecting Point,...

Three Federal Judges block roll-out of Public Charge Rule

Three federal judges - New York, California, and Washington - have filed injunctions to prevent the Public Charge Rule from going into effect on October...