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How a New CA Law Could Help Save Some Immigrants from Deportation
How a New CA Law Could Help Save Some Immigrants from Deportation

A new California law may provide some relief for immigrants who are facing deportation proceedings. Many immigrants end up in the deportation process when they are convicted of a particular crime. This new law provides the opportunity for post-conviction relief for people ...

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Blog posts in November, 2017

  • Can I Be Deported if I Haven't Committed a Crime?

    Most people are aware that if an immigrant with no legal status commits a crime, he or she is likely to become subject to deportation proceedings. If ...

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  • How Your Location Impacts Your Likelihood of Being Represented in Immigration Court

    Immigrants who are facing deportation proceedings in the U.S. have no right to have an attorney represent them in court. As deportation proceedings ...

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  • The Economic Impact of Mass Deportations in the U.S.

    A recent article highlights the devastating economic impact that mass deportations could have on the United States. Deportation of all immigrants with ...

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  • What is Advance Parole?

    Advance parole is a type of travel document issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This document allows an immigrant who is ...

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  • Immigration Detention Centers Often Subject to Different Quality Standards

    While much of the media attention focuses on Trump’s fixation on building a wall, his administration is quietly taking other steps to implement his ...

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  • Dreamers Become Susceptible to Scams After DACA Demise

    With the recent uproar over the Trump administration’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, it is not ...

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  • Domestic Violence Survivors and the U Visa

    Domestic violence is a reality in many women’s households across the nation, regardless of their ethnicity. For immigrants present in the U.S. with no ...

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  • ICE Releases Pregnant Immigrant from Custody

    The San Diego Union-Tribune is reporting that immigration officials have released a 28-year-old pregnant woman who feared miscarriage due to her ...

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  • DHS Moves to Create Barriers at California/Mexico Border

    According to a recent edition of The Hill, the Department of Homeland Security(DHS) has announced that it has waived environmental and historical ...

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