Month: February 2013

Joy and Outrage at the Release of Detainees From BTC

Scores of immigrants at detention centers all over the country are being released in anticipation of the looming budget cuts. One such center is the…

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Theft Offense in Georgia and Florida May Not Be Deportable Offenses

In a new case decided by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Court held that a retail theft conviction for which the defendant received…

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Many Released From Immigration Detention

Significant numbers of detainees were released from ICE detention centers across the country today, apparently in anticipation of sequestration. They are being released into alternative…

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U.S. Supreme Court: Padilla Not Retroactive

In a very important U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of Chaidez v. United States, the Court found that the decision in Padilla v….

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Cuban Adjustment Law Could Be In Jeopardy

With all the excitement about comprehensive immigration reform, there are some who may be adversely affected by a new immigration law. The Cuban population, for…

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Stricter Immigration Laws Defeated

The House, on February 7th, defeated a proposed amendment to the immigration laws that would have made a third DUI conviction and any domestic violence…

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