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Undocumented Immigrants Learn Rights in Case of Crackdown
Undocumented Immigrants Learn Rights in Case of Crackdown

Given the looming changes in federal immigration policies that may soon take effect, many immigrants who are residing in the United States without legal status are taking it upon themselves to learn about their rights in the event of an immigration raid or arrest. These ...

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Blog posts in February, 2017

  • CA Becomes Heart of Trump Resistance

    The state of California, with the power of Hollywood and Silicon Valley behind it, has long been a large economic center for the nation, making up 13% ...

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  • City and County Officials Establish L.A. Justice Fund to Combat Deportation

    Los Angeles city and county officials have worked together to create the $10 million L.A. Justice Fund , which will provide legal assistance to ...

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  • Scottsdale Family Battles Deportation With ICE

    ABC News recently reported on the story of a Scottsdale man whom U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) targeted as a priority for removal, ...

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  • Immigration Cases Flood Federal Courts

    Criminal immigration cases now make up the majority of federal prosecutions nationwide , so much that some federal prosecutors located near the border ...

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  • Record Numbers of Immigrants Deported During Obama Presidency

    The 2015 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics , which the Office of Immigration Statistics issued late last year, reveals that from the time of Barack ...

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  • Immigrants and Their Belongings During the Deportation Process

    The American Immigration Council recently issued a report entitled “ Deported With No Possessions: The Mishandling of Migrants’ Personal Belongings by ...

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  • Blogger from Singapore in U.S. Immigration Detention

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently detained a teenage blogger, who is a native of Singapore, at O’Hare International Airport in ...

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  • Immigration Fees Increase For First Time Since 2010

    For the first time since 2010, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has increased many administrative fees for citizenship applications, ...

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  • Trump Cannot Legally Force Sanctuary Cities to Enforce His Deportation Plans

    Two professors from the University of California at Irvine School of Law recently published an opinion in the Washington Post concerning the stance of ...

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