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What is Wrong With Voluntary Departure?
What is Wrong With Voluntary Departure?

Section 240B of the Immigration and Nationality Act permits the Department of Homeland Security or an immigration judge to grant an immigrant’s request for voluntary departure from the United States instead of being deported. An individual will only receive voluntary ...

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Blog posts in July, 2016

  • The Ruling in U.S. v. Texas

    The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued its decision in U.S. v Texas , an important immigration case that challenged the authority of President Barack ...

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  • What is the Difference Between Asylum and Withholding of Removal?

    While both asylum and withholding of removal are potential defenses to deportation, there are some significant differences between the two forms of ...

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  • What Happens if My I-751 is Denied?

    You can ask USCIS to remove the conditions on your permanent residence by filing an I-751 petition. You may be eligible to file an I-751 if you are ...

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  • The Current State of Expanded DACA and DAPA

    Recognizing the need for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to focus their time and energy on true threats to national security, as opposed to ...

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  • Neglect Leads to Fatalities in ICE Detention Centers

    A recent report from the American Civil Liberties Organization (ACLU), Detention Watch Network, and National Immigrant Justice Center details how ...

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  • San Francisco City Leaders Retain Sanctuary Protections for Immigrants

    Since 1989, the city of San Francisco has maintained a strict sanctuary policy that specifically defines when city workers, including police officers, ...

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  • When Can I Be Deported for Becoming a Public Charge?

    The Immigration and Nationality Act, which is the federal law governing all immigration procedures in the United States, provide that an individual ...

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  • What Should I Do if My Family Member is Detained?

    In many cases, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will detain a non-citizen after law enforcement officials have encountered the individual and ...

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  • Can I Be Deported if I Used to Participate in a Gang?

    Given the nature of most federal immigration laws, it should be no surprise that gang activity can be a basis for deportation of non-citizens from the ...

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