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Government Asked to Release Names of Immigration Judges Accused of Misconduct

The federal government may be forced to reveal the names of immigration judges who have been accused of official misconduct, depending on the outcome of a hearing in front of a federal appeals court. The D.C. Circuit court recently heard arguments related to a request filed by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, a voluntary bar association of over 13,000 attorneys…

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U.S. Authorities Cracking Down on Illegal Immigration

Federal officials recently began enforcing immigration laws by making a number of high-profile arrests, with media reports circulating that U.S. officials took more than 120 illegal immigrants into custody over a single weekend. The arrests and detentions became a priority for the federal government in recent months, especially as law enforcement and immigration officials came under heightened scrutiny for not…

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The Marriage Myth and United States Immigration Law

Marrying a United States citizen does not guarantee a green card nor does it make qualifying for one automatic. Ever heard this myth? You’ve probably seen the story before in the movies and on TV: The hapless foreign hero falls for the lovely American heroine and only their wedding vows will save him from certain deportation. However, the Hollywood version…

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Census Reveals New Jersey’s Hispanic Population is on the Rise

New data from the United States census shows a tremendous surge in New Jersey’s Hispanic population in every single county. New population estimates showed that from 2010 to 2014, the Hispanic population has grown in the Garden State from 1.6 million to 1.7 million compared to the rest of the state’s population which has remained steady at 7.2 million. Although…

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