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Treatment of Detainees Still at Issue Following Surprise Inspections
Treatment of Detainees Still at Issue Following Surprise Inspections

According to a recent CNN report, the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found a number of problems concerning the treatment of detainees following surprise inspections at some immigration detention facilities . Among these concerns were ...

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Blog posts in February, 2018

  • Am I Entitled to Worker's Compensation Benefits if I Am Undocumented and Get Hurt at Work?

    Last month, Ohio House Republicans passed a bill that would deny worker’s compensation to undocumented immigrants , citing the need to achieve ...

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  • Can ICE Arrest Me if I Am in a Sanctuary Church?

    As the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement efforts continue to increase, hundreds of churches have begun offering sanctuary to undocumented ...

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  • How Can I Access My Bank Account if I Am Deported?

    If you or a loved one is arrested and placed in an immigration detention center, or deported, you may wonder how you will access your bank account. ...

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  • Supreme Court Blocks Orders on DACA Discovery

    A divided U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the federal government does not have to comply with a federal district court’s discovery order related to ...

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  • California Remains Resolute As Sanctuary for Immigrants

    Even as the Trump administration forges ahead with its mass deportation plan, California cities, and the state as a whole, has doubled down on their ...

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  • Deportation Arrests Overtake Border Arrests

    The Trump administration is reporting that Border Patrol arrests have fallen to a 45-year low, while arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement ...

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  • Immigrant Detained by ICE After Speaking to Press

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents have arrested a Mexican man in the state of Washington who gave an interview to reporters about ...

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  • How Does a Divorce Affect My Immigration Status?

    Depending on your situation, there is a chance that a divorce can cause you to lose your immigration status. For instance, if you became a lawful ...

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  • An Introduction to the Immigration and Nationality Act and How it Can Help Your Family

    For over 50 years, the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) of 1965, also known as the Hart-Celler Act, has changed the face of America by ending an ...

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