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Defining the Bounds of Sanctuary Cities
Defining the Bounds of Sanctuary Cities

As immigration has been one of the key issues at the forefront of the presidential election race, both candidates have referred to the existence of sanctuary cities in explaining their respective positions on immigration reform. While the left has embraced sanctuary cities ...

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Blog posts in October, 2016

  • Federal Government Proposes to Close Private Detention Centers for Migrants

    Some federal immigrant officials have voiced concerns about the government’s recent policy shift toward ending the privatization of federal prisons. ...

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  • Contested Hearings: 5 Ways the Government May Try to Prove You Are Deportable

    People come to the United States for many different reasons, some with the intention to stay only for a time, and others with the hope of becoming a ...

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  • Number of Child Refugees Predicted to Enter U.S. in 2016 Tops 127,000

    Although fewer than 100,000 child refugees entered the United States during 2015, one research group predicts that more than 127,000 child refugees ...

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  • Immigrant Detainees in Georgia Face Massive Barriers to Asylum, Release, and Counsel

    In a recent article written by an Equal Justice Works Fellow of Human Rights First, B. Shaw Drake details his visits to the Irwin County Detention ...

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  • License Laws for Immigrants

    In 2013, Governor Brown signed AB-60 into law, which directs the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to issue a driver’s license to any ...

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  • What Should I Do if I Receive a Notice to Appear?

    The Notice to Appear is arguably the most important document that you will receive in your removal proceedings. This is the official initial notice ...

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  • What is a Motion to Suppress in Immigration Proceedings?

    A motion to suppress may be a valid defense to removal in your immigration proceedings if law enforcement or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) ...

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  • Common Defenses to Deportation

    Deportation proceedings are very serious, in that they can result in the removal of an individual from the United States on a permanent basis. Removal ...

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  • What Happens at an Immigration Bond Hearing?

    When Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detains you or a loved one for the purposes of removal, your first step always should be to see if ICE ...

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