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Why Should I Hire an Immigration Lawyer in My Removal Case?
Why Should I Hire an Immigration Lawyer in My Removal Case?

Some individuals initially delay hiring an immigration lawyer in their California deportation cases due to the expense involved. However, you always should think carefully about what really is at stake in your case if you are unsuccessful. The reality is that you are facing ...

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Blog posts in November, 2016

  • What Are the First Steps to Take in My Deportation Defense Case?

    Whether Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has detained you or a loved one, the first step always should be for your family members to find out ...

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  • What is the Board of Immigration Appeals and How Will It Handle My Case?

    The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the highest administrative body that interprets and applies immigration laws. It is a division of the U.S. ...

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  • Shackled Immigrants Regularly Appear in Immigration Court

    A recent Boston Globe article highlighted the common practice in the Boston immigration court, as well as in some other immigration courts across the ...

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  • Obama Plans to Admit More Refugees

    President Obama has announced his intention to admit 110,000 refugees over the next year, which is 10,000 more refugees than his original plan. This ...

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  • Esquivel-Quintana v. Lynch Pending Before U.S. Supreme Court

    An important court case is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, whose outcome could dramatically impact existing immigration law. Under ...

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  • When the Immigration Court Releases Immigrants on Bond

    When Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) detains individuals for the purposes of deportation proceedings, about one-half to two-thirds of those ...

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  • Increases in Mexican Immigration, Contrary to Trends

    As a whole, immigration from Mexico, whether legal or illegal, has slowed dramatically over the past several years. In 2004, about 380,000 U.S. ...

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  • Deportation Defense: Understanding the Difference Between Motions to Suppress, Reopen, and Reconsider

    The prospect of a deportation proceeding can be an extremely stressful time for the defendant and their family. Many defendants are concerned that ...

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  • Immigration Increase in Late Summer 2016

    According to a recent Washington Times article , Border Patrol agents have reported a late summer surge in the number of immigrants crossing the ...

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