New Policy Increases Risks of Deportation

By Reuben Seguritan   July 11, 2018   A new USCIS policy that was published on July 5, 2018 requires the issuance of a deportation notice or Notice to Appear (NTA) to those who are not lawfully present in the US after their applications or petitions are denied.   Also included in the policy are Read the full article…

Closed Deportation Cases to be Reopened

By: Reuben S. Seguritan   May 30, 2018   In May 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered that deportation cases previously closed should be reopened. This is in line with the Trump administration’s policy of deporting all illegal immigrants, regardless of whether they pose a threat to the public safety or whether they have ties Read the full article…

DHS Looking to Expand Deportation

By Reuben Seguritan   In the hopes of deterring more immigrants from entering the country under unlawful means, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is currently looking into expanding its expedited removal powers. Under expedited removal, which was authorized by Congress in 1996, noncitizens who are found to be deportable will be sent back to Read the full article…

What To Do If ICE Agents Go To Your Workplace

By Reuben S. Seguritan June 7, 2017   If Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrive at the place of work of an undocumented immigrant, he should be aware of his rights granted by the United States Constitution.   ICE agents have conducted raids in offices and other workplaces in the country. In Los Angeles, Read the full article…

Republicans Introduce Bills to Facilitate Mass Deportations

Republicans Introduce Bills to Facilitate Mass Deportations By Reuben Seguritan   May 24, 2017   The Republicans in the House have introduced bills to make it easier to deport undocumented immigrants. This is in support of President Trump’s agenda of mass deportation of undocumented immigrants.   Judiciary Committee Chairman Representative Bob Goodlatte from Virginia has Read the full article…