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Murthy Law Firm Files Brief in Support of Individual Rights in AC21 Cases

The Murthy Law Firm filed an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), urging for a long-needed change in interpretation and policy. The issue centers...

We’ll end our #FlagDay celebration with this picture of…

We’ll end our #FlagDay celebration with this picture of the Iwo Jima Memorial at dusk. Thanks for following along today! Photo from the Library of Congress.

We’ll end our #FlagDay celebration with this picture of…

We’ll end our #FlagDay celebration with this picture of the Iwo Jima Memorial at dusk. Thanks for following along today! Photo from the Library of Congress.

Flags adorn the Capitol during President Obama’s…

Flags adorn the Capitol during President Obama’s inauguration in 2009. #FlagDay Photo from the Architect of the Capitol.

Flags adorn the Capitol during President Obama’s…

Flags adorn the Capitol during President Obama’s inauguration in 2009. #FlagDay Photo from the Architect of the Capitol.

This flag was recovered from the World Trade Center after the…

This flag was recovered from the World Trade Center after the September 11 terrorist attacks. #FlagDay Photo from the National Museum of American History.

This flag was recovered from the World Trade Center after the…

This flag was recovered from the World Trade Center after the September 11 terrorist attacks. #FlagDay Photo from the National Museum of American History.

This giant flag was displayed at the Capitol during the first…

This giant flag was displayed at the Capitol during the first Flag Day celebration in 1919. It measured 90’ x 165’ making it the largest flag in the world. #FlagDay Photo from the Architect of the Capitol.

In 1914 the Star Spangled Banner was restored. This photo shows…

In 1914 the Star Spangled Banner was restored. This photo shows the flag laid across tables in the Smithsonian Institution Building before an Irish linen backing was attached. #FlagDay Photo from the Smithsonian.

This is one of two flags that flew from Abraham Lincoln’s…

This is one of two flags that flew from Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train in New York. On April 19, 1865, an estimated 25 million Americans attended memorial services for Abraham Lincoln in Washington and around the country. #FlagDay Photo...