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Immigration Detention and Removal Archives

Immigration charges: 2-year-old facing deportation proceedings

This past summer was a particularly cruel one for New York. Hot, humid weather had everyone feeling a little weary. Even though October has arrived and the temperatures are breaking, the summer's hot button debate over immigration charges  and minor children continues to linger. 

Shocking revelations regarding immigration detention facilities

New York residents may be like most other Americans who find themselves confused about how the government is handling immigration issues. Many are aware that an immigrant without proper paperwork can face immigration detention. Though, to the untrained eye, it may seem as if immigrants held in detention are criminals, this sort of detention is actually a civil matter and does not indicate that an immigrant has committed a crime. 

Report shows growing need for food deportation defense

New York residents may be under the common misconception that only undocumented immigrants with a criminal record are subject to deportation. Many people remain unaware that this is not the case, and an immigrant may face deportation with no record of previous crime. The need for deportation defense is ever-growing, but many families may not know where to find help. 

Minors facing immigration charges have great need for legal help

With all the recent news coverage concerning immigration and deportation issues, New York residents may feel as if they understand the issue. While the basic laws may seem cut and dry, people may not realize that, sometimes, children are left to face the might of the U.S. legal system alone. Unaccompanied minors are child immigrants who have made their way to the U.S. without their parents. If it is suspected that they are undocumented immigrants, they face the same immigration charges as adults and may be subject to deportation. 

Father in need of deportation defense after unexpected arrest

New York residents may be among the millions of Americans who are confused by recent reports of immigrant deportation. U.S. immigration policy seems to change daily, and reports of people who have lived in the United States for many years and are now in need of deportation defense splash across morning headlines. Recently, a story broke about a father who was arrested by ICE in front of his family, who say that the man was not even the suspect ICE claimed to be looking for. 

Governor pardons several facing immigration charges

The residents of New York may feel as if it is nearly impossible to keep up with news stories pertaining to U.S. immigration law. Each day, hundreds of stories pepper the headlines with tales of people facing immigration charges. Immigrants and there families may worry that there has been a change they are not aware of, or a remedy available to help them. 

Need for deportation defense grows by the hour

Residents of New York would likely admit that though there are certainly no shortage of news stories surrounding immigration issues, they still find themselves confused. Recently, the need for deportation defense rose exponentially across the state. People report that they have witnessed the troubles of friends and family members that have been targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and similar agencies in an attempt to prevent undocumented immigrants from living in the United States. 

Deportation defense can help prevent trouble for migrants

Citizens of New York are certainly no strangers to recent news pertaining to immigration. A recent government crackdown on undocumented immigrants has resulted in thousands of deportations in the past few months. While U.S. immigration law may seem unclear, penalties for not following procedure can be severe. When it is announced that a person will be sent out of the country, immigrants and their families may need to plan to present a deportation defense case. 

New legislation would affect parents facing immigration charges

There is new legislation making its way to the New York law books. The bill, awaiting the expected signature of Governor Cuomo, looks to ease the stress of families that have parents facing immigration charges. Currently, children of undocumented parents may be taken into state or federal custody as a parent awaits his or her day in court. 

Man held in immigration detention following pizza delivery

One man remains detained following an incident at a military base. He worked as a pizza delivery man in New York and often delivered to the base. The last time he visited, he said that the check-in procedure had changed, which led to him being arrested and held in immigration detention

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