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Vermont EB-5 Regional Center Shutdown (July 2018)

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In the wake of a multimillion dollar kickback scandal between Jay Peak Resorts and immigration attorneys, the Vermont EB-5 Regional Center, the government office overseeing Jay Peak EB-5 projects, has been closed down. Jay Peak paid over 100 immigration attorneys $25,000 per each EB-5 investor brought into the Vermont Center. USCIS determined that the Vermont Center made multiple material misrepresentations…

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Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback (July 2018)

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In a significant setback to the Trump Administration, a bid was recently lost to persuade a federal court to enable long-term detention of migrant families. The federal court in Los Angeles countered nearly every argument posed by the Justice Department, stating there was no basis to amend a longstanding consent decree requiring children to be released to licensed care programs…

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Miami Grandma Targeted as U.S. takes Aim at Naturalized Immigrants with Prior Offenses (July 2018)

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Norma Borgono, a 63-year-old secretary immigrant from Peru received a letter from the U.S. government indicating that The Department of Justice was suing to “denaturalize” her as part of Trump Administration’s initiatives to revoke citizenship from individuals who committed offenses before becoming citizens. A Miami resident for 28 years, Borgono is being targeted for her minor involvement in a $24…

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New USCIS Policy Will Carry Harsh Consequences for Applicants (July 2018)

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In the quest for the USCIS to make it difficult for any foreign-born individuals to come to America, the latest effort is a June 28, 2018, policy memorandum on the updated guidance on Notices to Appear (NTAs). The policy and its implications will particularly affect foreign-born professionals. An NTA is a charging document issued by the Department of Homeland Security…

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U.S. Businesses under Fire (June 2018)

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Late June, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers executed their largest workplace raid ever in an Ohio meatpacking plant, arresting over 140 workers. In an industry dominated by undocumented work, continued ICE raids would destabilize companies and harm the industry. Meatpacking experts are concerned their business will become a target of Trump’s illegal immigration crackdown as this recent raid is only…

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Kids in Court

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In Immigration Court, there is no minimum age which a child is prohibited from representing themselves. Immigration courts do not have the same “right to an attorney” that criminal courts have. The combination of these two factors, exacerbated by the recent separations of parents and children, has resulted in an increasing number of children, of all ages, who have been…

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California Sanctuary Laws win 2/3

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A federal judge in California upheld two of three key state sanctuary laws. California can restrict police cooperation with immigration officers. The state can require regular inspections of immigration detention facilities. The judge ruled that California cannot bar immigration officers from entering the premises of private employers without a warrant. Judge Mendez said at the end of his ruling that…

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U.S Border Patrol is Searching Canadian Boats (July 2018)

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The Canadian government is investigating reports that U.S Border Patrol has been searching Canadian vessels in its search for illegal immigrants. While media attention has been largely centered around the southern border, an international dilemma is festering in the north. The Trump Administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration is causing political backlash and is harming our relationships with our nearest neighbors.

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Shelters to Schools (July 2018)

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Federal law requires all children in America to receive public education, regardless of immigration status. Migrant shelters have become schools for the detained children in deportation proceedings. The children stay in the shelters on average two months. The classes place kids of all ages together, leaving the older children reviewing old material.

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Behind the Curtains of Deportation (07/05/18)

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The outside world knows very little about the deportation process because the United States immigration system hides behind closed doors. Some immigration courts are kept inside secure ICE detention centers. Immigration judges can remove spectators and close the doors to proceedings at their discretion. The Times reporters were removed from immigration court in Texas without any explanation. Detainees have little…

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