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  • DACA Recipients Deserve To Be Here

    June 28,2018

    Many people are focused on the immigration debate that is rolling across the country, often in heated forums and discussions. One group of immigrants is commonly misunderstood by the general public – DACA recipients, or Dreamers. At Familia America, we understand the difficulties faced by DACA recipients. If you are a Dreamer, we know that...

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  • Children And Deportation: Why Trump’s Family Separation Crisis Is Absurd

    June 23,2018

    The whole situation with the Donald Trump administration’s family separation crisis has gotten so absurd that children who were separated from their parents are being ordered to appear at deportation proceedings. In recent months, hundreds of children under 4 had to show up for deportation proceedings and defend their right to stay in the U.S....

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  • Donald Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Victory Could Revoke The DACA Program In The Nearest Future

    June 22,2018

    U.S. President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban victory has breathed new life into his administration’s efforts to end the DACA (Delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals) program. After a milestone ruling by the Supreme Court on June 26, the Trump administration might have a chance  to abolish the DACA program, which defers removal action against eligible...

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  • Trumps Family Separation Policy

    June 16,2018

    Parents and their child have a special bond that should be unbreakable and unadulterated unless there is an extreme amount of child neglect and the child would benefit from the impact of the separation rather than suffering from the distance put in place. Donald Trump the current president of the United States however has received...

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  • Mother Separated From Four Children

    June 15,2018

    It’s a mother’s instinct to shield her child from any dangers. Recently a mother fled from her home city in Guatemala due to extreme violence with her children only to find herself separated from what she held closest. The separation Maria found herself in a detention center in Texas, ripped apart from her three children...

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  • The Loophole In Immigration Law For Entering The U.S. And Adjusting Status

    June 09,2018

    It is no secret that U.S. immigration law is full of flaws and imperfections, but did you know that there is a loophole for entering the country and adjusting your status? Many immigrants who enter the U.S. illegally and legally struggle with adjusting their status in the United States because they cannot prove that they...

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  • Can My Phone Or Laptop Be Searched At The Border? What About Requesting Access To My Social Media Or Email?

    June 08,2018

    During the presidency of Donald Trump, immigration law has gotten a lot more confusing for immigrants and Americans alike. If you are entering the U.S. as an illegal or legal immigrant, green card holder, or even a U.S. citizens, it is advised that you learn your legal rights. In the wake of Trump’s travel ban,...

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  • Green Card Status and Divorce. Will I be deported?

    June 02,2018

    Divorce changes life as you know it, whether it’s the smallest details or the biggest issues. The major worry for someone residing in the United States on the basis that they have a green card due to their marriage is if after divorce that green card can be removed from you. Will my divorce mean...

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  • Are deportation tactics too heavy handed?

    June 01,2018

    We all know our rights in the United States and put our faith and trust in the authoritative bodies within the United States to uphold those rights. Their job is to uphold those rights and keep us feeling secure and peaceful. But what happens when their not? Scare and wrongful tactics used when trying to...

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  • Will I Lose My Green Card If I Get Divorced? (Explained By Attorneys)

    May 25,2018

    The short answer is “no” unless you entered the marriage with U.S. citizens in bad faith. What it means is that if you are foreign national and you got a green card after marrying a U.S. citizen, you do not necessarily lose your legal immigration status in case you get divorced. But it is not...

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