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PRESS RELEASE – New Immigration Legislation Compared: CrImmigration™ Experts Welcome BRIDGE Act, Reject SAFE Act

Oprima aquí para versión en Español Press Release New Immigration Legislation Compared: CrImmigration™ Experts Welcome BRIDGE Act, Reject SAFE Act The Chilling Effect of a National Dialogue on Immigration Centered on a Flawed Perception of Good vs. Evil and the “Criminal Alien”     ATLANTA, GA – December 29, 2016: What does it mean to defend the […]

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Posted in: Crimmigration, DACA, 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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¿Deberían los migrantes tener miedo de Trump como Presidente?

¿Deberían los migrantes tener miedo de Trump como Presidente? Contribuciones por Xavier Torres de Janon, Asistente Legal de STERN Law Es oficial – la Convención Nacional de Republicanos (Republican National Convention, RNC) resultó en una estampa de aprobación a Trump para Presidente. Con un discurso que describió con pesimismo una nación dividida, Trump aceptó la nominación […]

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Posted in: Crimmigration, DACA, DAPA, Green Card, Immigration, Naturalization, Removal (Deportation)

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Should Immigrants really Fear Trump for President?

Should Immigrants really Fear Trump for President? Contributions by Xavier Torres de Janon, Legal Assistant for STERN Law It’s official – the Republican National Convention ended with a stamp-of-approval on Trump for President. With a speech that painted a gloomy picture of a divided nation, Trump accepted the nomination and could become the President of the United States. This is a common […]

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Posted in: Green Card, Immigration, Naturalization, Removal (Deportation)

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