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Changes in Immigration Enforcement Policy: How to Fight

Changes in immigration enforcement policy now call for ICE enforcement against anyone who is unlawfully in the United States. During President Obama’s administration, ICE focused its resources only on removing people with certain types of criminal convictions. If you did not fit into that category, ICE would not bother you. However, things are very different now […]

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Posted in: Criminal Defense, Crimmigration, Immigration, Removal (Deportation)

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Exploiting the Myth of the Criminal Alien

Contributions by Xavier Torres de Janon, Legal Assistant for STERN Law In one of the most recent examples of immigrant vilification, presidential candidate Donald Trump intended to instill fear of the “criminal alien” by exploiting a group called, “Angel Moms.” These women have sadly lost their children to violent acts of crime. They have rallied around one common characteristic of […]

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Posted in: Criminal Defense, Crimmigration, Drug Offenses, DUI, Immigration, Removal (Deportation)

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ANNOUNCEMENT: More Immigration Raids Feared for May and June

ANNOUNCEMENT: More Immigration Raids Feared for May and June Contributions by Gabriel Pino, Paralegal for STERN Law In an announcement just yesterday, May 12th, it is reported that the United States government is planning more raids that will last throughout May and June 2016. As before, these new raids will focus on immigrants that the Department of […]

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Posted in: Criminal Defense, Crimmigration, DAPA, Immigration, Removal (Deportation)

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Young Immigration and Criminal Defense Lawyer, on 2016’s Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Star list, files Class Action Lawsuit against Fulton County Sheriff

Through a process involving nominations, independent research, evaluation of professional achievement and peer nomination, Thompson Reuters’ Super Lawyers panel members made their final selection of only a small percentage of attorneys recognized for outstanding achievement. This honor is designated to only 2.5% of lawyers in Georgia under the age of 40, or practicing 10 years […]

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Some Driver’s Licenses Not Accepted by TSA

Some Driver’s Licenses will Not be Accepted by TSA Contributions by Gabriel Pino, Paralegal for STERN Law The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that, come 2016, some driver’s licenses will not be accepted to board an airplane in the United States.  If your state has not complied with the Real ID Act of 2005, or you have not renewed your […]

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