Attorneys Berger and Kludt co-author article on Using Existing Immigration Categories Creatively to Support Immigrant Entrepreneurs

May 15, 2021 Attorneys Dan Berger and Megan Kludt co-authored an article on Using Existing Immigration Categories Creatively to Support Immigrant Entrepreneurs for Bender's Immigration...

Attorney Berger co-authors article for the Regulatory Review on Biometric Data and Midnight Regulations

March 11, 2021 Attorney Dan Berger co-authored "Biometric Data and Midnight Regulations" with  Margaret Hu, Sara H. Katsanis, and Jennifer K. Wagner for the Regulatory...

Attorney Berger and Case Manager Hindle Co-Author Brookings Institute Report

Attorney Dan Berger and Case Manager Emily Hindle co-authored a report for the Brookings Institute alongside Stephen Yale-Loehr, Professor of Immigration Law Practice, and Hun...

Attorney Megan Kludt named Managing Partner

The immigration law firm of Curran, Berger & Kludt in Northampton announces that Attorney Megan Kludt has been promoted to Managing Partner.  Megan has been...

Remote Immigrant Assistance Project 2020 Update

The CBK-coordinated Remote Immigrant Assistance Project achieved a great deal in 2019 and 2020. The treatment of asylum seekers, immigrants and migrants at the southern...

Attorney Kludt spoke at the Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference 2020

At the Border, in Detention, and in our Communities: Current Issues in Immigration Rights Presenters: Claudia Quintero, Central West Justice, Megan Kludt, Curran Berger and...

Advising in an Era of Uncertainty

Written by: Elizabeth Capuano, Janet Ray, Dan Berger & Ella Connolly A blog with this title was published on the NAFSA website in 2017.  Now,...

Attorney Berger to speak to Caribbean Bar Association, August 27th

AUGUST 27TH, 2020, Attorney Dan Berger will speak to the Caribbean Bar Association on: Implications of recent US Supreme Court ruling in Department of Homeland...

Attorney Dan Berger quoted in NY Times, Forbes, regarding new ICE regulations requiring in-person classes

International students will be required to attend at least one in-person course to maintain their F-1 status, a move that pressures campuses to hold in-person...

Presidential Proclamation on Temporary Visa Suspensions: What We Know So Far

By Dan Berger and Stephen Yale-Loehr President Trump issued a Proclamation and a fact sheet on June 22, 2020, suspending entry to the United States...