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The rampage of shooting that took place last Friday in Northern California ended tragically with the loss of two police officers and injury to a third officer. A fourth civilian was also shot and injured in this shoot out that lasted for six hours and took place between two Northern California counties before the suspect...
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Josh Earnest, press secretary for the White House announced on Wednesday that they would be “surprised” if Republicans tried to block any executive decision regarding Comprehensive Immigration Reform that will be proposed in the near future. He likened the issue to the government shutdown last year where he contends that nothing if anything was gained...
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Dario Guerrero, a junior at Harvard University made a rash decision to leave the United States to travel to Mexico, his country of birth, to bring his dying mother home to Mexico. Dario came to the United States when he was only 2 years old and moved to California with his family. They arrived on...
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Recently, President Obama met with reporter Chuck Todd, in an exclusive interview on Meet the Press, and discussed his executive decision that has delayed the legislation on the Immigration Reform from passing. The President commented on the recent surge of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the Mexican border into the United States. He asserts that this...
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Most of the children from Central America who have crossed the border in the southwest recently have found themselves at a major disadvantage as they have not had the opportunity to have a lawyer represent them in removal proceedingsbefore the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Justice, Executive Office...
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This week several legal groups reported that female detainees at an immigration facility in Karnes City, Texas were harassed and sexually abused at the hands of the employees of the facility. These women were detained for violating the immigration laws by unlawfully crossing into the United States across the Texas border. Last August, marked a...
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By now, we all remember that President Obama used his executive powers to announce and implement the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) back in June 2012. DACA beneficiaries are able to legally remain in the United States without fear of deportation proceedings against them and are also eligible to legally work as well through...
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The state of Arizona gained notoriety close to nine years ago when the state law enforcement officials took the federal government’s immigration laws into their own hands and set off a debate nationwide regarding the treatment of undocumented individuals in the United States. The law which was so strictly enforced is now coming to an...
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A Federal Appeals Court in Boston ruled that the mandatory detention provision in immigration law is being misapplied.  Immigration Judges have been interpreting the mandatory detention law as applicable anytime a person “was released” from custody after October 8, 1998.  This means that a person released from custody in 1999 and subsequently detained by immigration...
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The majority of the 66,000 undocumented children who have crossed the southwest border and surrendered do not have attorneys.  Immigration advocates throughout the United States are desperately seeking immigration attorneys to help represent these children, some as young as 6 years old.  The Immigration Courts around the nation are now packed with these children and...
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