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Pennsylvania Judge Calls ICE to Arrest Couples on Their Wedding Days
A Marriage Used to Prevent Deportation. Not Anymore.
Court Ruling on Filipino Case Could Prevent Removal of Thousands

Court Ruling on Filipino Case Could Prevent Removal of Thousands By: Reuben S. Seguritan April 18, 2018   On April 17, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the definition of “crimes of violence” in the Immigration and Nationality Act was unconstitutionally vague. In this decision penned by Justice Elena Kagan, the Read the full article…

Immigration rights group condemns forced detention of mother at Green Card interview
More Restrictive Immigration Policies Proposed

More Restrictive Immigration Policies Proposed By: Reuben S. Seguritan   President Trump has been busy these past few months making sweeping changes to the immigration system. Trump declared in a message posted on his Twitter page that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA was “dead.” DACA was a program started by former President Read the full article…

Fact-checking claims about Trump’s citizenship question in the census
Conditional Green Card May Be Terminated Due to Fraud

  By Reuben S. Seguritan   (Photo credit: www.mnkaraoke.com)   “Honesty is the best policy” should be the life motto of someone who wants to live and work in the United States legally. Intentionally concealing the truth or knowingly lying to an immigration officer or to any official in the US embassy or on any Read the full article…

Immigration agency to suspend fast processing for some H-1B visas
White House opposes DACA fix in exchange for border wall funding
U.S. court upholds most of Texas law to punish ‘sanctuary cities’