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After the California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the law initiative Trust Act, the Head of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Charlie Beck, announced that he will change the collaboration protocol with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to avoid a deportation process of those whom committed a misdemeanor “We will not comply with the request […]Continue reading »
Luego de que el gobernador de California Jerry Brown vetara la iniciativa de ley del Acta de Confianza (Trust Act), el jefe del Departamento de Policía de Los Ángeles, (LAPD), Charlie Beck, anunció que cambiará el protocolo de colaboración con la Oficina de Control de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) para no enviar a un proceso […]Continue reading »
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has released its Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals numbers for the first two months of the program. In the first two months that Deferred Action applications were accepted for processing, the USCIS approved 4600 applications. Since August 15, approximately 180,000 applications were received by the USCIS. Currently, 158,000 applications […]Continue reading »
Working as a family law attorney, I have seen a lot of conflict and a lot of strife. Often, both of these are unnecessarily increased due to the emotional crucible that is divorce. However, I have also seen clients who have been absolutely willing to set aside the emotional aspect of the divorce to address […]Continue reading »
Months ago, Kareema Mitchell posted about Cesar Vargas, a graduate of New York City Law School who was brought illegally to the Unites States when he was five years old. Due to his immigration status, Vargas’ Bar admission was questioned even though he passed the Bar exam. However, now after several months, he has high […]Continue reading »