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Two Bills That May Become Florida Sanctuary City Deportation Laws Pose New Risks for Florida Immigrants Protesters gathered outside the Florida Capitol Building on March 26, 2019, to oppose two pending pieces of legislation related to Florida sanctuary city deportation laws . Senate Bill 168 and House Bill 527 both contain provisions that would prevent...
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Under the leadership of the Trump administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has increasingly targeted immigrants with no criminal record. As a result, more than 36 percent of the arrests made by ICE in December 2018 involved undocumented immigrants with no other criminal offenses on their records. This marks a milestone in the history of...
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WPB Immigration Lawyer Visa denials increased sharply in 2018 in response to a change in policy that took place early last year. On January 3, 2018, a number of revisions to the Foreign Affairs Manual were released by the U.S. Department of State. These revisions incorporated new requirements for demonstrating financial support and income levels...
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West Palm Beach Asylum Lawyer The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for the United States recently ruled that immigrants who have been denied asylum based on their initial interviews must be allowed to appeal this decision in the U.S. court system. This ruling will represent a significant change in the way Immigration and Customs Enforcement...
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A newly emboldened Democratic political base is challenging the Trump administration to change its policies regarding Venezuelan refugees in the United States. These immigrants have often undergone extreme hardship to make their way to the U.S. to seek a safe haven from the violence and starvation conditions in their home country of Venezuela. Deporting immigrants...
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Despite her efforts to comply with the letter of the law, a married mother of three was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and taken into custody on February 12, 2019. Ilsa Guzman has been reporting regularly to ICE in St. Louis, where she has lived since 2000. Guzman married a U.S. citizen in...
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The Rule of Law Adherence Act Legislation has been considered again in the form of a newly composed bill making it illegal for all cities in Florida state to give sanctuary to illegal immigrants. The Florida lawmakers have written a bill, known as the “Rule of Law Adherence Act,” that would ban sanctuary cities and...
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