Stopping Deportation in its Tracks

stopping deportation

Stopping Deportation in its Tracks In 2016, the United States (US) deported over 340,000 individuals. Additionally, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued 240,000 Notices to Appear (NTAs), which initiates legal deportation proceedings. Deportation, referred to in official US government documentation as “removal,” can happen for a variety of reasons. For example, some reasons that an immigrant…

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Checklist for Hiring an Immigration Attorney

Checklist for Hiring an Immigration Attorney Austin Texas

During the past year, considerable debate and media coverage has targeted the issue of immigration and residency in the United States. At the highest level of government, conflicting commentary has created uncertainty around the fate of DREAMers and the continuation of DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Similarly, in 2017, a Texas legislation titled…

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Nanthaveth & Associates Launches New Immigration Law Website

Nanthaveth & Associates Launches Immigration Law Website

Recently, Nanthaveth & Associates launched their new immigration law website, offering more support and information for readers, as well as the ability to schedule a free consultation. This year, Nanthaveth & Associates has gone through big changes, first with the new office space and location, and now with the launch of their website: The…

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Texas SB4 Immigration News and Advice

Texas SB4 Immigration News and Advice | Nanthaveth & Associates

The United States Constitution was established to provide and protect the rights of all individuals residing in the United States. The courts have clearly stated that many of these rights and protections apply to everyone, not just citizens, who happen to live in the United States. Racial profiling and discrimination against people of a particular…

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