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I Missed My Immigration Court Hearing. Is There Anything I Can Do?
I Missed My Immigration Court Hearing. Is There Anything I Can Do?

If immigration officials have charged you with removal, you are facing a very serious situation. You may lose the place that you have called home for many years and the ability to remain in the United States with your family. Therefore, it is essential that you keep track of ...

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Blog posts in September, 2016

  • Honduran Mother and Son Allege Mistreatment in ICE Detention Facility

    A woman and her nine-year-son who emigrated from the Honduras in 2015 have filed suit pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act in New Jersey federal ...

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  • Federal Government Gives $1 Billion Deal to CCA to Build New Detention Facility

    With the high surge in the number of Central Americans coming across the U.S. border over the past few years, the Obama administration entered into a ...

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  • Immigration Judges Rule that 57% of Immigrants Before Them Should Remain in U.S.

    Over the first 10 months of fiscal year 2016, immigration judges have determined that over 96,000 noncitizens placed in removal proceedings were ...

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  • Court Orders Release of Photos of AZ Border Patrol Detention Facilities

    The U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona dealt the Tucson Sector of the Border Patrol a serious blow when it ordered the release of graphic ...

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  • New California Evidence Rule Benefits Immigrants

    Last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed A.B. 2159 into law, which has important implications for undocumented immigrants. This law creates ...

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  • Children Against Federal Lawyers in Immigration Court

    In the American justice system, even those who are accused of the most horrendous crimes are entitled to court-appointed lawyers. Nonetheless, ...

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  • Migrant Workers and Immigration

    Migrant workers are one group of immigrants who often travel through many states in the summer months in order to perform agriculture-related work. ...

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  • Issues Related to the Deferred Supreme Court Decision

    Since the Obama administration created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in 2012, more than 170,000 young residents of California, and ...

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  • The 'Notice to Appear': What it Is and What to Do When You Receive One

    When United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issues a Notice to Appear (NTA) before an immigration judge, the recipient must appear in ...

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