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Sanctuary City in New York
Trump Administration Considered Releasing Immigrants in Sanctuary Cities Can it happen in New York? An idea floated by President Trump’s aides would have allowed Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other immigration agencies to release immigrants into a so-called sanctuary city in New York rather than releasing them into border towns in the usual process....
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Deportation in New York
Liberty Defense Project For Helping Deportation in New York May Have Financial Problems Budget Negotiations May Threaten Funding for Liberty Defense Project On Thursday, March 28, 2019, the New York Immigration Coalition and other immigration advocates called on Governor Cuomo and other New York state lawmakers to restore $10 million in financial support for the...
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NY Immigration Attorneys
NY Immigration Attorneys A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States could create further issues for immigrants who have served time in prison for crimes committed in this country. The court decided that federal immigration laws require the detention of immigrants without bail if they had committed any crimes, including minor offenses,...
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NYC Immigration Attorneys Immigrants from overseas may experience added difficulties in finding legal ways to enter the U.S.A recent announcement by L. Francis Cissna, the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), indicates that the agency will be closing its international offices by the end of 2019. The move is intended to free up...
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New York City deportation
New York City Deportation Lawyer Despite its established status as a sanctuary city, the past two years have seen a steep increase in the number of deportations in New York City. Statistics released by the city’s comptroller office on February 21, 2019, indicate that 2,593 people were deported between September 2017 and September 2018, which...
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Manhattan immigration
Immigration judges across the country are announcing plans to leave their positions in a direct reaction to the policies of the Trump administration. Extensive backlogs and a reduction in the ability of judges to determine whether cases can be suspended or whether asylum can be granted are cited as major factors in these decisions. Judges...
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NY Ice Arrest
New York has a long history of providing sanctuary for newcomers and immigrants to the United States. That shining record, however, is being tarnished by the actions of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in courthouses across the state. In some cases, the arrests performed by ICE officials have been mistaken for kidnappings and have resulted...
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Manhattan immigration lawyer
Democratic New York Attorney General, Letitia James, proposed a new bill that would aid the immigrants’ defense against discrimination and unfair labor practices by their employers in the workplace. This bill, if it became a law, would ensure that employers in New York state would face a maximum penalty of three months in prison, plus...
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New York Immigration Lawyer Frieda Goldstein
When it comes to immigration, Frieda Goldstein fights for her clients as if they are her friends, and in many cases, they become just that – and it’s not hard to see why. She might be a fierce fighter for those seeking asylum and other immigration services, but she is also a family oriented attorney...
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Immigration attorney in New York
It was publicly announced late last month, that the University of Farmington Hills, located in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, was part of an undercover operation run by ICE for the purpose of luring and ensnaring foreign students with actual student visas, who were allegedly committing immigration fraud. The University of Farmington Hills that attracted...
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