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Low-Priority Immigrants Still Threatend by Deportation

The arrests caused panic in immigrant communities in Durham. Teachers, lawmakers and community leaders mobilized to protest.

After Thursday’s Supreme Court decision, The New York Times draws attention to the situation of many immigrants facing deportation; Including the case of Wildin Acosta who was arrested in an operation in late January. Deportation keeps threatening immigrant families across

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Attorney Ricardo Velasquez commenting on DACA/DAPA

Ricardo Velasquez from the Law Firm Velasquez and Associates making some remarks about the latest Supreme Court ruling on DACA and DAPA

Over the weekend, Attorney Ricardo Velasquez talked about the Supreme Court’s ruling on DACA and DAPA and how it affects the Latino community in the U.S. Immigration Attorney Ricardo Velasquez commenting on DACA :: WRAL.com Ricardo Velasquez discusses the impact

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Latest Supreme Court Decision on DACA

La Corte Suprema de Justicia tenia la opción de reafirmar o anular la decisión de la corte de Texas de suspender DACA, pero debido al empate en la votación, el programa DACA sigue suspendido.

The Supreme Court Ruling on DACA On Thursday June 23, the Supreme Court of the United States, unveiled the decision on the case of the Executive Action granted by the President Barack Obama. Millions of people were waiting for this

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¿Después del anuncio del presidente sobre su Acción Ejecutiva hay alguna posibilidad de que mi familiar pueda salir libre o será transferido a ICE?

Tengo un familiar que acaba de ser arrestado. Tengo entendido que los arrestos de los latinos aumentaron mucho después de ciertos acuerdos para cooperación entre la policía y ICE, que resulta en el ¨ICE hold.¨ ¿Después del anuncio del presidente sobre su Acción Ejecutiva hay alguna posibilidad de que mi familiar pueda salir libre o será transferido a ICE?

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