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The California Supreme Court ruled that a man who has lived in the United States in an undocumented status for 20 years will be permitted to obtain a law license to practice law in California. This is yet another sign of giving status to the millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States. The...
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Alessandra Soler of the American Civil Liberties Union discusses the lawsuit filed against the state for refusing to issue driver’s licenses to those who qualify for the the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. [Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services] In true form, the State of Arizona has decided to deny driver’s licenses to those immigrants...
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Deportations are actually declining during the Obama administration after an initial surge when the President first took office. The initial rise in deportations was spurred by the administration’s effort to increase enforcement to satisfy Republican demands that the nation’s immigration laws be strictly enforced and that violators be deported. As President Obama’s frustration level with...
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On December 31st, not many people were working at the Immigration Court when I entered the parking lot to file documents with the court. I parked in the delivery parking spot and asked the security guard inside if it was permissible to park there as I was delivering motions to be filed with the court....
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We were retained by our client’s family to represent him in Removal Proceedings after he was placed in ICE custody, following an attempt to enter the United States using a fraudulent visa. Our client was caught at his entry point and taken into Federal custody where he was found guilty and served a three month...
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A couple who had been together in a committed relationship for over 10 years, finally decided to get married in New York, following the decision to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on June 26, 2013. One of the men was a native and citizen of Peru who had applied for political asylum in...
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