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New Developments in Immigration and Criminal Law
New Developments in Immigration and Criminal Law

The Supreme Court of the United States in Pereira v . Sessions held that the Notice to Appear that is served on individuals to initiate removal proceedings is defective, if it does not contain date and time of the removal hearing that is going to take place. So, what does ...

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    The Supreme Court of the United States in Pereira v . Sessions held that the Notice to Appear that is served on individuals to initiate removal proceedings is defective, if it does not contain date ...

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  • Bringing the Dead Case Alive by Effectively Filing Motion to Reopen After 12 Years of Removal Order

    We are pleased to announce that we have successfully reopened our client M.A.’s removal proceedings 12 years after he was ordered removed in absentia by the Immigration Judge in Los Angeles ...

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    In October of 2013, Assembly Bill 60 was signed into law and poised to create a program in which undocumented California residents could apply for and receive a valid driver’s license. Before the ...

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