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December 11, 2019

First, W.A.O. v. Cuccinelli

It has been a while since I have posted anything on my website blog.  This is because the news has been so depressing as the Trump Administration war on immigrants progresses that it is hard to point to anything positive.

One notable victory t...

September 13, 2019

In a decision that has terrible implications for both the Supreme Court's approach to basic "rule of law" considerations and for asylum seekers along the Southern border, on September 11, 2019, the Court temporarily allowed the Trump Administration to implement a radic...

July 18, 2019

I recently posted about the Trump Administration’s attempt to eliminate asylum protections for Cental American citizens fleeing persecution in their home countries because they supposedly can seek asylum in Mexico first. I commented that the Trump Administration’s radi...

June 24, 2019

In the manner of totalitarian leaders threatening to clense the Nation of despised and unwanted populations—Need I mention Nazi Germany and the Jews?—President Trump kicked off his 2020 re-election campaign this past Monday with (what else?) a tweet threatening to depo...

April 9, 2019

The lawful permanent resident category of “Special Immigrant Juvenile” (SIJ) has long been a path to physical safety, permanent residency and eventual U.S. citizenship for alien children and teens who reach the United States seeking refuge here from parental harm in th...

September 18, 2018

On June 28, 2018 the US Supreme Court decided an immigration case named Pereira v. Sessions.[1] It is a procedural case that has not gotten much press, but it has caused complete chaos in the US immigration court system.

Here's why, and how it could affect you....

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