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Working toward an independent Article I immigration court
As we move forward under the current administration it becomes even more apparent that one of our greatest needs is an independent Article I immigration court. Currently the Immigration courts function as an arm of the Trump administration. To make matters worse they are underfunded, lacking in resources and face a mountain of cases without…Read More
Do Unreported Crimes make you Inadmissible into the United States: The Case of Statutory Rape
When an immigrant plans to immigrate into the United States, the immigrant must fill out the DS-260 Form—this is required in order to immigrate. This form is processed by the National Visa Center. One question on the form is particularly interesting. The question is whether an immigrant committed a crime for which he or she…Read More
Permanent Bar Issues
Too often family members decide to fill out immigration forms for loved ones without first consulting an attorney. Unfortunately, this gets people families into trouble. Recently, I had a family who came to my office seeking advice on how to get their father/husband back to the United States (U.S.). What happened is that one of…Read More
The Importance of Notice in Disability Discrimination Cases
There are some laws that prohibit employment discrimination that require notification to an employer to trigger protections under those laws. The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination in employment, public accommodations, and other settings. Employers have different obligations at different parts of the employment process. Pre-employment obligations The ADA obliges…Read More
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