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Philadelphia Immigration Court Overwhelmed By Undocumented Children Cases

The United States Immigration Court, located in the Federal Building at Ninth and Market Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is not one of the largest courts in the nation. However, with the recent ...
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Florida Candidates on Immigration Reform

In Miami, Florida, the race for Congress between two candidates rest, largely, on their stance on immigration. Miami consists of a very large Hispanic community from various countries with various ...
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Diaz-Balart on Immigration Reform

In a recent interview with Fox News, Mario Diaz-Balart says that he believes that the next window for passing comprehensive immigration reform is early next year. If that window is missed, Diaz-Balart ...
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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Reminds Attorneys of their Importance

On Thursday, September 4, 2014, the U.S. court appealed for the Second Circuit, in Manhattan, with the hopes of providing and continuing training to lawyers in order to better assist them in the ...
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Undocumented Children

This is the story of one of the children who made it to the United States. She fled an abuse home in her native Honduras at the age of 14. She says there is killing just for the sake of killing in ...
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University Professors Send President Obama a Message

With the current events as they are in the World today, President Obama has a lot on his plate in dealing with Russia, ISIS, North Korea, and various civil rights issues in the United States. In ...
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Immigration Judge Union Calls For More Judges

Today, two leaders of the immigration judges' union called for the immigration court system to be separated from the Department of Justice. Their concern is that the immigration judges are ...
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Marco Rubio Heckled on Immigration

While at a Republican fundraising event, Florida Senator Rubio was heckled by advocates seeking and demanding immigration reform. Rubio, whose parents fled Cuba in the 1950's, acknowledged that he ...
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How Far Will President Obama Go on Immigration

It appears as though the much anticipated unilateral action by President Obama regarding immigration may be much wider than contemplated. Members of the administration have been meeting with business ...
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How Far Will President Obama Go on Immigration

It appears as though the much anticipated unilateral action by President Obama regarding immigration may be much wider than contemplated. Members of the administration have been meeting with business ...
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San Francisco Providing Lawyers to Immigrant Children

There are an estimated 4,000 children who are undocumented in San Francisco and facing removal proceedings and ultimately, deportation. San Francisco will become the first city in California to ...
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President Obama's Options on Immigration

White House insiders are now saying that the President will most likely use his executive authority to affect immigration law sometime in September. The President has an array of options, each with ...
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Will President Obama Use Executive Action for Immigration

President Obama has previously indicated that he will hold off in taking any further executive action in the immigration arena to give Congress a chance to vote on and pass new immigration laws ...
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Arizona Loses Another Immigration Fight In The Courts

Once again, Arizona is on the losing end of an immigration controversy courtesy of a Federal Appeals Court. Arizona sought to deny state driver's license to immigrants who were granted deferred ...
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Miami Shelters Take On Illegal Immigrant Children

Since October 2013 approximately 47,000 children, mostly from Central American countries, have been detained during their attempt to cross the Rio Grande at the United States-Mexican Border in Texas. ...
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Immigrant Families Released Into the United States

On the heels of the accusations that President Obama is known as the Deportation President, comes a report that his administration has released into the United States an unknown number of families ...
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Unaccompanied Minors - The Newest Immigration Problem

As the debate rages on about comprehensive immigration reform, yet another major wrinkle has been added with the recent surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the Texas border. These children are sent ...
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White House Delays Pentagon's Plan to Allow Young Undocumented Immigrants to Enlist

In May 2014, the White House postponed the Pentagon's plan to allow young undocumented immigrants to enlist in the U.S. Military. Essentially, the Pentagon's proposal would provide a pathway ...
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Obama's Delay in Policy Results in More Deportations

President Obama announced that he was going to change his policy on deportations because Congress could not pass comprehensive immigration reform. The President recently used his executive authority ...
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Traffic Violations Can Lead to a U.S. Immigrants Deportation

After four years without comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) within the United States, President Barack Obama turned the focus of his second term to salvaging his previously unkept promise to ...
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ICE Gang Crackdown

The Homeland Security Department’s latest crackdown on street gangs brought in more than 600 suspected gang members, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials Thursday. Working ...
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Undocumented Immigrants Can Attend College & Practice Law in Florida

On May 2, 2014, Florida legislature voted and passed House Bill 851 (HB 851) with 26 votes in favor in the Senate and 84 votes in favor in the Florida House. This bill extends access for undocumented ...
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Philadelphia Halts Detainer Policy

In April of this year, the Philadelphia state legislation turned their focus to a national movement, created to defend immigrants against deportation for negligible and nonviolent crimes. An ...
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Haitian Nationals Can Reregister for their Temporary Protected Status & Employment Authorization

Jeh Johnson, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has recently announced that DHS will be extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Haitian nationals who were in the United ...
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Haitian Nationals Can Reregister for their Temporary Protected Status & Employment Authorization

Jeh Johnson, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has recently announced that DHS will be extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Haitian nationals who were in the United ...
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