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Be Cautious with Your Driver's License
Be Cautious with Your Driver's License

Undocumented immigrants in California are able to obtain a valid driver’s license known as the AB 60. You obtain the license through the California Department of Motor Vehicles, just like any other driver’s license. You can find out how to apply for it on the agency’s ...

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Blog posts in November, 2018

  • Zero Tolerance Strengthens Drug Cartels and Traffickers

    The need to enter the U.S. to escape persecution or violence has not diminished in the face of “zero tolerance” for immigrants. It has only made ...

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  • Making Your Best First Impression in Court

    Immigration court judges make their decisions based on how they see you and the facts of your situation. Your appearance and attitude affect their ...

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  • BIA Skirts Supreme Court Decision

    In a win for civil rights the Supreme Court defined “notices to appear” in immigration court as defective if they did not provide a date, time and ...

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  • Employers Can Be Big Losers in Immigration Enforcement

    The push-me, pull-me fight over the Immigration Worker Protection Act in California still drags on. In 2017 the state passed a law to limit how ...

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  • Immigration Law: What to Do If Your Loved One is Detained by ICE

    Last June, federal authorities announced that a three-day immigration sweep across Southern California resulted in 162 arrests for being in the United ...

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  • What To Do If Your Rights Are Violated In Detention

    If you are detained in immigration detention, you have certain rights that must be upheld by the facility’s officers and staff members. Unfortunately, ...

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  • How to Request Credible Fear Interview

    A credible fear interview is given to individuals who are subject to expedited removal and express fear of returning to their home country. The ...

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  • How to Argue Bond After 6 Months in Detention Post Rodriguez

    On February 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in the case of Jennings v. Rodriguez , 138 S.Ct. 830 (2018), which essentially took ...

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  • How to Show That You Are Not a Flight Risk

    When you are detained by immigration, your initial goal is often to get out as soon as possible. To do so, the immigration judge (or sometimes DHS) ...

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