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July 2018 Archives

Deportation: What is expedited removal?

Being arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) authorities is a terrifying and heart-wrenching experience for the arrested person and his or her family members. The worst part about this process may not be the arrest itself, but the fact that the person will usually have to wait for long periods of time while separated from family members before he or she knows what's going to happen.

How do United States immigration detention centers measure up?

Every country has immigration laws and procedures that apply to the arrest, detainment and deportation of unlawful immigrants. This means that every country also needs to have facilities in which to detain and care for immigrants who have been arrested under these laws. If your loved one has been detained in a U.S. immigration detention center, you may want to know what he or she is experiencing inside.

California laws protecting immigrants upheld in District court

Given its proximity to the southern border and the importance of agriculture to the state of California, it is no surprise to most people that the state's laws are more lenient than others when it comes to immigration. After all, much of California's economy depends on the work provided by immigrants, whether they are migrant farm workers or visa-holding skilled workers.

How long does United States citizenship take to receive?

Many people can see the benefits of becoming a United States citizen. Whether you want to live here because you have close family and friends in the United States or you just want to move here for improved living conditions, you will certainly have one important question on your mind while applying for citizenship: How long is this process going to take?

How can immigrant parent-child separation happen?

Anyone watching the news over the past few weeks will no doubt be horrified to hear about the numerous instances of immigrant children being separated from their mothers and fathers by the United States government. If you are a U.S. immigrant and a parent, this news must be particularly frightening and you probably want to know how the government can legally do this.

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