Common Mistakes Made During the Immigration Process in Oregon

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Common Reasons People Need an Immigration Lawyer in Ohio?

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People who are charged with crimes or those who have made false statements during the immigration process can get in trouble and possibly deported.

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Services Offered by Immigration Attorneys

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Illinois Governor signs bills effectively ending statewide immigration detention

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Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed four new bills into law on Monday that in effect end immigration detention by expanding protections for immigrants and refugees.

The Catch-22 of US Immigration Court

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US Supreme Court hears cases on indefinite immigrant detention

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The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments for two immigration cases Tuesday that address the rights of detained noncitizens to have a bond hearing after six months of detention. The post US Supreme Court hears cases on indefinite immigrant detention appeared first on JURIST - News.

Mexico Human Rights Commission asks immigration authorities to speed up admissions

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Last week , Mexican immigration agents raided migrant shelters in Tapachula, seeking to detain people with “irregular status.” ” Refugees protested Mexico and the US over these stagnated immigration admissions, threatening to form a caravan and proceed to the US border.

Human rights groups urge Canada to end immigrant detention in provincial jails

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Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International Monday called on Canada to end its practice of incarcerating immigration detainees in provincial jails. Immigration detainees have no means to challenge CBSA’s placement decisions at detention review hearings.

Federal appeals court rules two-sentence immigration decision insufficient

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The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that an immigration judge’s two-sentence decision denying asylum to an Ecuadorean man was insufficient. Uncategorized domestic Immigration Third Circuit

Time For Immigration Reform

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Small Law Firms Immigration Immigration Reform Tahmina WatsonA merit-based system to replace our employment-based green card system will be beneficial to all.

US House approves immigration bills with paths to citizenship

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The US House of Representatives passed two separate bills Thursday aimed at immigration reform, marking the first time Congress has voted to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. “Immigrants greatly contribute to our economy, our community, and our culture.

Denmark immigration minister impeachment trial begins

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Denmark’s sixth impeachment trial in history began on Thursday over former minister Inger Stojeberg’s aggressive immigration policies. The post Denmark immigration minister impeachment trial begins appeared first on JURIST - News - Legal News & Commentary.

Federal judge blocks fee increases for proceedings to deport immigrants

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A judge for the US District Court for the District of Columbia on Monday blocked implementation of most of a rule that would have dramatically increased the fees for immigration proceedings in which individuals face deportation.

DOJ Program to Credential Immigrant Legal Representatives at Virtual Standstill

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Federal judge strikes down Florida immigration law as racially motivated

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A judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Tuesday struck down a portion of a Florida immigration law as unconstitutional and declared that the measures within the bill were racially motivated. Uncategorized domestic florida Immigration

Valarezo-Tirado v. US AG: Immigration Judges Must Give Reasons for Their Decisions

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It is a shame the immigration courts are satisfied with incomplete rushed decisions by judges with no background or understanding of immigration law. News & Politics deportation immigration activists immigration attorneys immigration judges immigration lawyers

Know Why Hiring a Reliable Immigration Solicitor is Advantageous

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Red States Unite Against New Biden Immigration Policy

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A coalition of 14 red states, as well as Texas, have filed an immigration-related lawsuit against the Biden administration, representing a coordinated effort to block a new policy allowing individual U.S. As of March, immigration judges had nearly 1.7

New York Immigration Activist Ravi Ragbir Wins 3-Year Deportation Reprieve

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Ragbir says he plans to use the next three years to continue advocating on behalf of undocumented immigrants.

ACLU Sues Sacramento County Sheriff for Handing Immigrants Over to ICE

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California law generally prevents local law enforcement from handing immigrant detainees over to federal immigration officials.

Lawsuit: Immigration Enforcement Detained U.S. Citizen for 36 Days

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Immigration officials ignored the plaintiff when he insisted he was a citizen, all while preparing to deport him to his childhood country. Lawsuits & Litigation bukle California ICE immigrant rights Immigration and Customs Enforcement lawsuit wrongful detention

Immigration Attorneys May Benefit Individuals Threatened with Deportation

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As the numbers of deported individuals in New Jersey fluctuates, legal immigrants need to be aware of their rights and the importance of providing application support documentation.

Federal appeals court: New Jersey can block local police from cooperating with federal immigration agents

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The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on Monday upheld a New Jersey state law enforcement directive limiting local police interactions with, and/or barring its cooperation with federal immigration authorities.

UK MPs report shocking and dangerous conditions in immigration detention facility

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Authorities Tether Immigrants to Smartphone App Monitoring Program

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detention facilities while their cases idle in the country’s backlogged immigration courts. government might use data culled from the app on immigrants’ whereabouts and contacts to round up and arrest others on immigration violations.

Former Denmark immigration minister sentenced to prison for illegal family separation

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The Danish Court of Impeachment, or Rigsretten, Monday sentenced former Danish immigration minister Inger Støjberg to 60 days in prison. As immigration minister, Støjberg was responsible for administrating and enforcing Danish immigration law during the 2015 European migration crisis.

ACLU files suit requesting COVID-19 booster shot access for immigration detainees

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ACLU filed a lawsuit Monday requesting access to COVID-19 booster shots for seven individuals (“the plaintiffs”) detained by immigration authorities. The lawsuit is aimed at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Biden Administration to Stop Worksite Immigration Raids

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A Homeland Security official said that it will now prioritize investigating employers who abuse undocumented immigrants and facilitate human trafficking. News & Politics immigrant news immigration mayorkas Policy politics undocumented immigrants workplace raids

Biden Administration Announces New Immigration Enforcement Guidelines

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The Department of Homeland Security's announcement directs federal agents to avoid arresting or deporting undocumented immigrants who have been in the U.S.

What Kinds of Legal Challenges do Immigrants Experience in Rolling Meadows?

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Although there may be a few obstacles along the way, the immigration process is relatively straightforward when you’re working with a legal professional. News & Politics illegal immigration immigrants immigration courts immigration hearings immigration issues immigration lawyers

‘Immigrant Paradox’: U.S. Citizens More Likely Than Immigrants to Commit Crime 

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citizens are more likely to commit a crime than immigrants, refuting rightwing rhetoric that blames rising immigration for the uptick in crime, according to a study published in Crime & Delinquency. citizens, on average, had more previous arrests than immigrants.

Former Denmark immigration minister expelled from parliament

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Former Danish immigration minister Inger Støjberg was voted out of the Danish parliament Tuesday, following her impeachment and conviction earlier this year for illegally separating married couples seeking asylum while in office.

U.S. Immigration Surveillance Program Called ‘Punitive and Ineffective’

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Immigration authorities “cannot reasonably call ISAP an ‘alternative to detention’ if the program effectively subjects more immigrants to the agency’s supervision while it simultaneously expands formal detention programs.” Immigration Justice Digest

Buried Under 1.6 Million Cases, Lawmakers Consider Immigration Court Overhaul

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The House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on immigration heard testimony from immigration judges and leaders of national bar associations calling for reorganization of the country’s immigration court system that many said is strained by a historic backlog of nearly 1.6

Supreme Court hears oral arguments in crucial immigration and ERISA cases

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Garland (“the immigration case”) asking whether a federal court can review a decision by an agency within the Department of Justice ruling that a person is ineligible for permanent residency and in Hughes v. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday in Patel v.