Why America will Always have a Problem with Illegal Immigration

The reason why millions of undocumented immigrants make their way to the United States every year is not because it is the 'Land of Opportunity'. It isn’t because America represents freedom either – they are not fleeing oppressive dictatorial regimes in South America. It is because they are forced to. They don’t have a choice. [...]

March 3rd, 2017|Immigration Law, Immigration News|

What You Need to Know About Stay of Deportation and How to File One

Being called to the Department of Enforcement and Removal Operations for removal from the United States isn’t the end of your stay in the US. Apply for an extension of stay with an application for Stay of Deportation or Removal at the ICE. What is a Stay of Deportation or Removal? Decided and conducted by [...]

February 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|

New Homeland Security Guidelines Signal for Comprehensive Detention and Deportation of Illegal Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has devised new guidelines to detain and deport illegal immigrants residing in the U.S. The guidelines were designed in accordance with the memos signed by the secretary of DHS, John Kelly. What is in the memoranda? These memos aspire to carry out President Donald Trump’s directive to constrain illegal [...]

February 26th, 2017|Immigration Law, Immigration News|

Deportation and Immigration Plans in Trump’s America

During his campaign, Donald Trump promised to deport illegal criminal immigrants and work toward making immigration laws more stringent. While the President has been vague and unclear about several of his proposed changes and improvement in his quest to ‘Make America Great Again’, his position regarding immigration is fairly transparent. The first week into 45th [...]

January 28th, 2017|Immigration Law, Immigration News|

New York Attorney General Gives Deportation Guidelines to Local Governments

On Thursday, 19th January, Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, announced that he would be offering legal advice to various local governments with regards to how they could resist cooperation with the central immigration authorities working under the administration of Trump. These cities include Kingston, White Plains, Albany, Syracuse, and Rochester. They will [...]

January 19th, 2017|Immigration News|