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Stop-Time Victory

The 10th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals granted our request to correct an erroneous decision for our client from the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). “The Attorney General may allow otherwise-removable aliens to remain in the country if, among other things, they have accrued 10 years of continuous physical presence in the United States. We …

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U Visa EADs

Some U visa applicants may be eligible for a 4 year EAD, based on news released by USCIS on June 14th. Check out our info sheet below in English or Spanish for more information. English Spanish

ACLU Wins Fight in FOIA Case

Our firm has been working alongside the ACLU to fight against ICE’s practice of withholding a foreign national’s records because the government deemed them a “fugitive.” This practice limited the advice attorneys could give their clients because records were withheld. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requires federal agencies to provide responsive documents to any …

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Sandra’s Story

As many of your know, we have been fighting the removal of a client, who is now in sanctuary at a local church property. Western Slope Now just did another story on her, which appeared in the local evening news.  View the story.

Immigration Only Attorneys

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about immigration attorneys and ethical violations. The basics of the article imply that attorneys who practice immigration law, along with many other types of law are more likely to have ethical complaints against them. On the flip side, attorneys who SOLELY practice immigration law are more likely …

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MA Ruling on Detainers

A Massachusetts high court ruled recently that local authorities have no legal standing to honor ICE detainers. This is a win for the immigrant community in that state. We hope other states follow suit soon. Read more.

PI Letter to the Editor

Our attorney, Jennifer Smith, wrote a letter to the editor of the Post Independent recently. In it, she thanked local law enforcement for refusing to do the work of the federal government relating to immigration and she encouraged legislative action to reform our immigration policies. Remember, separated families are not limited to a particular religion, …

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