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Deportation Defense: What You Need to Know

Deportation proceedings can be incredibly confusing – and because you have no idea how an immigration judge will rule, they’re often scary, too. For most people, it makes sense to work with a deportation defense attorney who can help. Deportation: When Can Legal Residents Face Removal Proceedings? There are several reasons that the U.S. government…

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680 people Arrested in Mississippi by ISIS

ICE Conducts Largest Raid in U.S. History

ICE recently conducted the largest raid in U.S. history, arresting an estimated 680 people accused of working in the U.S. illegally. The raid was carried out at several food-processing plants in Mississippi on August 7th and was a coordinated effort by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations. Over 600 ICE agents surrounded the…

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More Immigration Raids To Come From Trump Administration

President Trump Warns More Immigration Raids Will Be Coming

On June 17th, President Trump tweeted about his administration’s plans to carry out deportation raids in major cities throughout the country: “At the request of Democrats, I have delayed the Illegal Immigration Removal Process (Deportation) for two weeks to see if the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the…

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First Steps When You Receive a Negative Immigration Decison

What to Do if You’re Facing Deportation

Deportation involves the formal removal of a foreign national from the United States for violating an immigration law. If you’ve received a negative decision in your immigration case, hope is not lost. Learn what to do if you’re facing deportation. Removal Proceedings Deportation proceedings begin when one of the following occurs: Criminal investigation or conviction…

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What Could Trigger Removal Proceedings?

What Initiates Deportation Proceedings?

Anyone present in the United States without proper eligibility may be subject to removal. Get informed on what begins deportation proceedings so you know how to protect your rights. Removal Proceedings Deportation is the formal removal of a foreign national from the U.S. for violating an immigration law. U.S. citizens are the only people who are…

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How to Appeal Expedited Removal Orders

Court Rules Asylum Seekers Can Appeal Expedited Removal Orders

Each year in the United States (U.S.), the government deports far too many immigrants through expedited removal proceedings. Stagnated with massive backlogs of immigration court cases, the U.S. government has continually relied on expedited removal as a quick way to deport certain immigrants. Yet the system is rife with the potential for human error and…

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What You Need To Know About Expedited Removal

What Is Expedited Removal?

Among the hundreds of thousands who are deported from the United States (U.S.) each year, many are removed via a process called “Expedited Removal.” While some people may understand what this process is, others may be a little more confused. This article aims to review some basic information about expedited removal. It will also explore…

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Detained Loved One

How to Find a Detained Loved One Online

How to Find a Detained Loved One Online Every year, ICE detains hundreds of thousands of people via a network of public and private facilities. Throughout the United States (U.S.), ICE operates hundreds of detention centers. As of fiscal year (FY) 2015, ICE operated 638 centers, allowing the mass detention of immigrants facing court proceedings.…

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Understanding Deportation

Understanding Deportation: Reasons for Removal

Understanding Deportation: Reasons for Removal For countless people across America, deportation is a very real fear. This is especially true for those who have spent many years in the United States (U.S.). These immigrants often are deeply enmeshed in their communities and have jobs, families, and homes. In the U.S., there are several prominent reasons…

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