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WASHINGTON STATE – A STATE of FEAR

Many Latinos are very uneasy and are following all new immigration policy. The latest news beingthe expansion of immigration enforcement to include traffic violations. Some are making plans for the care of their families should they be deported. Some worry their status may be changed. Many immigrants support the deportation of those with criminal histories but are concerned […]

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Utah Grizzlies Latino Hockey Night at the Maverik Center!

We are excited to announce that we will be sponsoring Utah Grizzlies Hockey Latino Night at the Maverik Center along with Maverik on Friday October 25. We will be giving away tickets to the hockey game to fans that “Like” our Facebook page. Like Immigration Lawyer Scott D. Mills on Facebook! 

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Rubio Fears That Obama Could Expand Deferred Deportation to Cover Most Current Undocumented Immigrants

Scott D. Mills the-Immigration-Lawyer.com Over a week ago, I discussed how and why President Obama should fix the stalemate on immigration by using executive order to expand the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs to include more immigrants. Now Senator Marco Rubio is expressing his fear that the President is going to make this happen. […]

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Gay Couple Receives Green Card After Supreme Court DOMA Ruling

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It took a Supreme Court ruling on DOMA, but the Federal government is now following the same standards that already require States to honor Same-Sex marriages from other states. We have long required the States to honor marriages from other states, even if that is a married same sex couple from Massachusetts that moves to […]

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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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Hardship waivers can now be completed in the US, but I am disappointed.

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  The Obama Administration has announced that immigrants seeking hardship waivers and residency will be able to complete their application in the United States instead of being separated from their families during the lengthy process. I must say that I am very disappointed. Although this is an improvement, Obama has once again given us less […]

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DACA DREAMers sue Michigan for refusing them driver’s licenses.

DREAMers with approved DACA applications in Michigan have been denied access to driving privileges – just like in Arizona and Nebraska.  Now DREAMers are responding by suing Michigan for the right to have a drivers license. We have a massive disconnect with logic here. Young people granted DACA protection are obviously following the rules and […]

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California jails no longer required to honor ICE Holds!

Unless people are detained at ICE Detention centers like Otay, California near San Diego – most immigrants are detained at local jails where they were initially arrested. Families expect that when local bonds are paid, or local sentences satisfied, their loved one will be released. Many get the nasty surprise of an ICE Hold that […]

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