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September 2012 Archives

California deportation and removal proceedings: Good news on hand

There may be good news in the works for California immigrants who are detained by immigration authorities. Faced with the possibility of deportation and removal proceedings, immigrants who are preparing to fight their deportations may soon be released on bond. A California federal judge requested that government officials hold hearings for detained immigrants in order to see if they should be given bond on a case-by-case basis.

California: Representation for detainees is a human right

A new bill is again stirring up the immigration debate in California. The governor is currently considering a bill that would potentially allow area law enforcement the ability to limit their participation in the federal government's Secure Communities program. This program allows immigration officials to place deportation holds on undocumented immigrants who are detained by law enforcement officials. Legal representation for detainees who are in this situation could be a challenge.

California: Representation for detainees is a human right

A new bill is again stirring up the immigration debate in California. The governor is currently considering a bill that would potentially allow area law enforcement the ability to limit their participation in the federal government's Secure Communities program. This program allows immigration officials to place deportation holds on undocumented immigrants who are detained by law enforcement officials. Legal representation for detainees who are in this situation could be a challenge.

California bill: Closer to easier citizenship and naturalization?

The state of California has taken one more step in securing rights for immigrants. A new bill has recently passed allowing young immigrants living illegally in the country to obtain driver's licenses. This move could appeal heavily to Hispanic voters within the region and could also eventually lean toward easing citizenship and naturalization for immigrants.

San Diego immigrants eager to apply for temporary work permits

Thousands of San Diego immigrants are eager to become a part of the current administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Discussed in depth in our July 6 blog posting, the program would offer temporary work permits to young immigrants who are currently in the country illegally. Although the program does not help immigrants complete the citizenship and naturalization process, it could keep them from being deported and allow them to find work while in the United States.

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