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  According to CBS Miami, nearly half of immigration judges in the United States are eligible to retire in the coming year. The Executive Office for Immigration Review stated that there are already 32 vacancies in addition to the 220 judges who could retire. The shortage of immigration judges has left those handling immigration cases...
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As the Speaker of the House further delays a vote on the budget thus prolonging the Government shutdown, so many people are directly and indirectly adversely affected. With regard to immigration, we are seeing profound negative consequences. The immigration courts’ non-detained dockets are on hold. This means that immigration courts are closed during the shutdown...
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If immigration reform does not pass Congress this time, it is very likely that supporters will urge the President to implement a “Plan B” consisting of an executive order with respect to deportations. Last year, President Obama issued an executive order involving those who were brought to the United States at an early age and are...
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The world is watching as Edwin Snowden seeks to avoid deportation to the United States where he fears he will face persecution for his leaks about the government’s surveillance program. Meanwhile, the Romeike family hopes the court will grant them asylum, allowing them to stay in the United States. The Romeike’s claim they will be...
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STATEMENT BY SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY JANET NAPOLITANO ON THE SUPREME COURT RULING ON THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT “I applaud today’s Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor holding that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. This discriminatory law denied thousands of legally married same-sex couples many important federal benefits, including...
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In this past election, 72% of Latinos eligible to vote came out in support of President Obama, being a decisive force behind his victory. That is why now, just a few weeks shy of the end of yet again another year with him at the nation’s helm, the immigrants who helped him get re-elected are...
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As we mentioned previously, this year’s American Olympian team is very multicultural given that there are many immigrants that comprise it. We had introduced a few hardworking individuals who followed their dreams and became the best in their field, and after becoming citizens they are now sporting the red-white-and-blue colors with pride. John Orozco is...
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In what is surely a landmark decision, the District Court of New Jersey granted habeas corpus and found that mandatory detention under the Immigration and Naturalization Act § 236(c) does not apply when the noncitizen was taken into custody over 12 years after the statutory offense. This is a very important decision because it effectively...
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We are extremely proud to announce that our own Ada B. Pozo has been selected as host of a national radio show, ACCESO LEGAL, being launched this Thursday from 6-7pm on the new Cristina Radio, Sirius/XM Radio.  Ada will host the live show Monday through Friday during that time slot.  The show revolves around everything...
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After nearly a year in immigration custody, our client sees the light at the end of the tunnel. Image via Wikipedia In July, our firm filed its motion to vacate our client’s August 2010 conviction which was just 5 months after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Padilla v. Kentucky , 130 S. Ct. 1473...
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