Category Archives: Family

State Dept. Offers Special Two-Year Passports for Transgenders

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The State Department introduces new 2-year and 10-year passports – men just have to be willing to have their dicks removed. I am serious. The new passports are to help people that are currently changing their gender, or have already completed the process. “If a physician certifies that your transition is in process, you are […]

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Jan Brewer On Immigration Detention Releases

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday that they had reviewed a number of cases and decided to release a number of undocumented immigrants who are low priority cases or non-criminals. Earlier this week Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) was calling the move “Pure political posturing” that “represents a return to exactly the kind of […]

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Narrowing Protection for Non Citizens Who Receive Poor Legal Advice

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In 2010 the Supreme Court of the United States held that a criminal defense attorney must advise noncitizen clients about the risks of deportation if they accept a plea bargain.Thus, a noncitizen who relies on the advise of their Attorney, are not unfairly held accountable for their Attorneys’ mistakes. This decision was made after the Padilla […]

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Be Heard

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            Tell Obama your story. We want to get the word out of how important a Comprehensive Immigration Reform Is. What better way to do this than to tell your story, not everyone has the same story when it comes to immigration. We have have such a diversity of people […]

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I am a Kid without a Dad

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On Monday January 14, 2013 a family fell victim to an ICE raid. Edi Arma was arrested by ICE agents on that Monday morning as he was preparing to take his kids to school. Edi’s 11 year old son witnessed the whole thing. As he was reaching to give his father a hug good-bye ICE […]

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The posturing continues, but how close are we to an agreement?

Marco Rubio continues his fight to steer Republicans towards a softer stance on immigration – he does want to be President. http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/12/07/15755551-in-lame-duck-session-positioning-begins-for-immigration-debate-in-2013?lite

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