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As the Florida governor’s race heats up, immigration is quickly becoming a keystone issue for both candidates for the office. Richard Corcoran, the current Speaker of the Florida House, has come out swinging with an ad depicting a hooded figure shooting a young woman and a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in the state...
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Four 7-Eleven convenience stores in the Orlando area were raided by agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on January 10, 2018. These raids were part of a nationwide crackdown on more than 100 stores that resulted in 21 arrests across the U.S. An ICE spokesperson stated that there were no arrests in the Central...
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Activists in Orlando are lobbying U.S. Representative Stephanie Murphy and U.S. Senator Bill Nelson to hold out for a clean DREAM Act to protect the rights of undocumented immigrants who came here with their families in childhood. These activists are putting pressure on the legislators not to pass another spending bill without including a clean...
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From December 12 to December 15, 2017, five activists went on a hunger strike to lobby Senator Marco Rubio for greater protections for immigrants in Florida and across the country. Their aim was to turn up the pressure on Rubio to vote for a clean DREAM Act that would replace Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals...
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The devastation caused by Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2017, left millions of people without power and without access to lifesaving medicines and other necessities. Today, many homes and businesses remain off the grid and without the basic items needed to maintain a minimum level of comfort and safety. Many individuals and families are leaving...
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Since January 2016, 17 new immigration judges have been sworn in by the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), which falls under the purview of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Before the creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) fell under DOJ as well. Last year, EOIR was...
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In the field of Immigration Law, it is not uncommon to encounter individuals or businesses advertising as “Immigration Consultants” or “Notarios.” The danger in relying on these types of individuals or services for legal advice is inherent. These agencies are not run by or sanctioned by an attorney or licensed practitioners and often wind up...
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