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Arizona’s Unfair US Immigration Law Not Dead Yet

US Immigration Law to get review Last year, the state of Arizona proposed and passed a US immigration law that unfairly targeted illegal immigrants in the states, which would have allowed police to detain anyone who “looked” illegal and ask them for proof of immigration status as well as make immigrants carry their proof of […]

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US Immigration Jails Make “Big Money” With Mandatory Immigration Detention

What is Mandatory Immigration Detention in the US? Immigration detention may affect anyone from lawful permanent residents to recent refugee claimants in the US, because the loopholes that allow the authorities such as the Department of Homeland Security and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement to arrest immigrants are broad. Traffic stops, home or employment raids as […]

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Our Lawyer Representation at US Immigration Hearing

Our Representation for US Immigration Hi Fadi I would like to thank you for your excellent US Immigration court representation and the results you obtained. I am very pleased with your counsel at the hearing and I do recommend you as a very competent lawyer. I will be leaving for Florida this Sunday morning, Nov. […]

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Obama's Aunt's Immigration Case Reopened

President Obama’s Aunt was facing deportation Zeituni Onyango, the half-sister of President Obama’s late father, was instructed to leave the United States four years ago  when her request for asylum from her native Kenya was rejected Just days before Barack Obama’s election, the Bush administration imposed a  rule called “Fugitive Case File Vetting Prior to Arrest” requiring federal immigrations agents […]

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