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Sanctuary City
A recent ruling by a federal judge may reinforce the status of sanctuary cities across the U.S. On June 6, 2018, Judge Michael Baylson ruled that President Donald Trump cannot cut off funding to the city of Philadelphia over its treatment of undocumented immigrants within the city. In a ruling issued by the Eastern District...
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Best Immigration Lawyer
A recent protest held in front of the Miramar, Florida, immigration office highlights the plight of immigrant families in the current political environment. Children are being routinely separated from their families during the course of evaluating requests for asylum and clarifications of their immigration status. This untenable situation has led to calls for greater accountability...
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Immigration Bills
A Miami Republican may represent the best hope for a workable immigration plan from Congress this year. U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo introduced a petition on May 9, 2018, that would change the current rules to allow the House of Representatives to vote on four immigration bills. The bill that received the most votes over a...
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Best Immigration Attorney
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is taking a hands-on approach to immigration cases in a manner that many legal experts find troubling. Rather than allowing cases to go through the normal process, Sessions has been selecting certain cases from the Board of Immigration Appeals for review. It is not yet clear what Sessions plans for...
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Miami ICE Arrest
An online petition that received nearly 900 signatures resulted in the release of a Guatemalan man with Down syndrome who was arrested by officials of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on March 28, 2018. Juan Gaspar-García was picked up as part of what ICE called a criminal raid on his employer, TentLogix. His brother was...
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Detained by ICE
Family members are appealing the arrest and detention of a Guatemalan man with special needs in Florida. Juan Gaspar-García was taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on March 28, 2018. He is currently being held in a Broward detention center pending a final decision in his case. According to his family, Gaspar-García...
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Marriage Based Green Card
A class action lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) against President Donald Trump cited actions taken by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) against individuals married to U.S. citizens and in the process of seeking legal residency status. According to the ACLU, ICE is detaining people illegally and attempting to deport them despite...
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Immigration Policy
Seeking Change in Immigration Policy Police and city officials have joined forces to change an immigration policy that they say endangers victims of domestic abuse and provides significant disincentives for these individuals to contact law enforcement. The mayor of Gainesville, Florida, has called for a change to the city’s policy, which briefly states that police...
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ICE Arrest
Another round of arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has left many immigrants worried about their own futures. On March 27, 2018, ICE announced that it had taken 271 individuals into custody in an enforcement action spanning the state of Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. In some cases, contacting a Miami...
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Veteran Immigration
A U.S. Army veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan could be deported to Mexico despite his service to this country. Miguel Perez, Jr. stated that he mistakenly believed the oath he took to protect the United States when entering the military granted him citizenship. His petition to be granted citizenship retroactive to the beginning...
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