by on July 15, 2021
But after President Donald Trump issued his immigration order, Zelichenko spent 21 straight hours at what swiftly became one of the nation's most closely watched immigration law centers — a diner at John F. Kennedy Airport where volunteer lawyers, translators and others tried to find and free people detained under the new rules. In his letter, Wildes dismissed news reports that Mrs. Trump had been professionally photographed posing nude in New York City in 1995. He said Wednesday night that t...
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by on July 12, 2021
Whatever the final outcome, the airport attorneys and groups working with them have demonstrated a spontaneous form of legal rapid response to the new administration's policies. Meanwhile, Democratic state attorneys general are mounting broader challenges. Simon Rosenberg, an immigration policy analyst who supports Hillary Clinton, said he's skeptical about Mrs. Trump's ability to qualify for self-sponsorship as described in Wildes' letter. Rosenberg, the president of NDN/New Policy Institute...
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by on July 9, 2021
Lanuza should have been eligible to contest his deportation because he had been living in the United States for over 10 years, showed good moral character and had a family made up of U.S. citizens. Love's forgery was meant to make it appear as though Lanuza hadn't been in the United States for 10 years and was therefore ineligible for deportation relief. Love was charged after Lanuza filed a civil case against him and the federal government seeking damages for legal costs Lanuza incurred beca...
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by on April 8, 2021
Greene said he has had sex with current and former clients over the past five years and that all of them were immigration clients who were especially vulnerable. He also acknowledged sending sexual and sexually suggestive messages to his clients. Civil rights groups purposefully are staying away from leveling that loaded term at Sessions. The Alabama senator was rejected for a federal judgeship in the 1980s amid contested accusations he called a black attorney "boy" and the NAACP and ACLU "un...
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by on March 7, 2021
Simon Rosenberg, an immigration policy analyst who supports Hillary Clinton, said he's skeptical about Mrs. Trump's ability to qualify for self-sponsorship as described in Wildes' letter. Rosenberg, the president of NDN/New Policy Institute, a left-leaning think tank, said, "The letter resolves nothing." Volunteer lawyers work to help free travelers detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017. As President Donald Trump¿s order temporary banning refugee...
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