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Close the Camps Rallies Held in New York and Nationwide

Immigrant Detention Centers

On July 2, 2019, New York residents joined forces with other advocates nationwide to attend rallies demanding that the U.S. government stop the wholesale detention of immigrants in this country. More than 450 people showed up at Close the Camps rallies that were held in four locations around the New York City area. More than 180 other rallies were held across the United States in support of immigrants and calling on the U.S. Congress to close immigrant detention centers. For those facing deportation or detention, working with a qualified and experienced immigration lawyer in New York is a solid step toward dealing with these issues in the most practical and effective way.

An Unacceptable State of Affairs

Recent news about deaths and dangerous conditions in immigrant detention centers and a photo of a father and daughter who died on their way to the U.S. have brought the issue of U.S. immigration policies to the forefront of public attention. The Close the Camps rallies are indicative of a general shift in American attitudes toward those seeking asylum in the U.S. and the need for more tolerant policies on the part of the current administration.

How Your Attorney Can Help

Finding the right immigration lawyer in New York will help immigrants and their families to avoid time in immigration detention centers and to achieve a better chance of remaining in the U.S. legally. By choosing the right New York immigration lawyer, you will be able to take advantage of their expertise and in-depth knowledge to deal with issues with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

At Pozo Goldstein, we can provide you with the most practical and effective solutions for problems with ICE or USCIS. Our team will work with you and your family to ensure the best possible outcome for your situation. Call us today at 212-201-9031 to schedule your free in-office consultation with our legal team. We look forward to the opportunity to help you pursue your own version of the American dream.