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ICE arrests
Attorneys from Queens Law Associates and the Legal Aid Society of New York walked out of court on April 9 and 10, 2018, in response to actions taken by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the courtroom setting. These protests were intended to draw attention to the plight of those who attend court proceedings in...
Immigration Lawyer
New York is living up to its reputation as a haven for immigrants and a sanctuary state. A report compiled by researchers at Syracuse University indicates that immigrants in the state have an extremely high rate of representation by a qualified New York immigration attorney and the lowest incidence of deportation among states that have...
Immigration Status
Recent moves by the Trump administration to crack down on undocumented immigrants may have an unforeseen effect on the accuracy of the 2020 census. Key Democrats are warning that immigrants may opt out of the census to avoid answering questions about their immigration status on the paperwork required for this process. This could skew results...
NY Immigration
In an unexpected move, the Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office in New York State has signed an agreement that allows county correctional officers to perform some of the duties of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials within the county. This is in sharp contrast to the policies in place in other counties throughout the state. In...
EB-1 Visa Program
Reports that Melania Trump entered the United States under an EB-1 visa have spurred questions about the way in which these visas are issued. Also referred to as the Einstein visa, the EB-1 program is designed to allow individuals with special skills, advanced educational credentials and extraordinary ability to live and work in the U.S....

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