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ACLU Issues Travel Advisory for West Palm Beach

Immigration Attorney West Palm Beach

On April 8, 2019, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) issued a travel advisory warning immigrants and members of minority groups to avoid traveling to Florida. This action was taken in response to Florida Senate Bill 168 and House Bill 527, which are currently being considered by the Florida State Legislature. Both these bills are designed to target sanctuary cities and to enact policies that would force local governments to cooperate with and, in some cases, to enforce immigration laws on behalf of federal agencies.

West Palm Beach Specifically Named in Advisory

A news release from the ACLU of Florida named West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Key West specifically as areas to avoid for immigrants and people of color. The progress of House Bill 527 and Senate Bill 168 have created serious concerns for the ACLU and other immigration advocacy groups regarding the likelihood of racial profiling, unjustified detention and deportation for individuals targeted by federal immigration agencies and detained by local law enforcement in our area.

Finding the Right Representation

Finding an immigration attorney West Palm Beach families can rely on to pursue their cases effectively can be a challenge. Selecting a law firm that specializes in immigration cases is usually the most practical approach to finding the right representation for yourself and your family. Your immigration lawyer will work with you to determine the best approach for your case and to achieve the most positive resolution on your behalf. This can provide you with added peace of mind regarding your immigration status in West Palm Beach and the surrounding areas.

At Pozo Goldstein, we can provide you with a West Palm Beach immigration attorney residents can trust to represent them effectively and aggressively. Our team includes former prosecutors and a former judge, which allows us to provide you with the most practical options for dealing with visa overstays and other issues that could affect your ability to remain in the U.S. legally. Call our office today at 561-578-4977 to schedule a consultation in our West Palm Beach office. We look forward to the opportunity to meet with you and your family.