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Statistics Emphasize the Dangers of Over-Simplifying the Deportation Process


By: Helena Coric* The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) recently released some striking information about U.S. federal immigration enforcement. The data is effectively broken up by nationality, geographic location, year and type of immigration charge. It provides a better understand of the deportation proceedings. Listening to media reports on deportation statistics under the Obama administration […]

States Want Strict Immigration Law That Virginia Already Has


By: Stephen Koerting* Arizona’s Immigration Law S.B. 1070 made national news when it was passed by state legislation in 2010, and again when the Supreme Court sustained the law’s centerpiece in June of this year. Ever since the inception of the Arizona law that stirred national attention, several states have called for their own tough […]

Beware of Immigration Fraud


A brief article on the risk of hiring a person posing to be an Immigration Lawyer as a scam, and how to avoid such risks.