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  • Immigration Reform 2014: Where the Bill Stands Now
    Immigration Reform 2014: Where the Bill Stands Now

    President Obama has announced a reform to the immigration bill that could mean good news for the 5 million or more undocumented workers that are at risk or are in the midst of getting deported. The ...

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  • Attorney Welcome Gets His Client Offered Compromise in a Reduced Sentence
    Attorney Welcome Gets His Client Offered Compromise in a Reduced Sentence

    In 2007, a woman from Ansonia, Connecticut was arrested during a sting operation when she accompanied four men during a burglary. On the night of the arrest, the woman and her four male companions ...

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  • Georgia Immigration Attorney Denied Motion for Postponement Despite Giving Birth to Child
    Georgia Immigration Attorney Denied Motion for Postponement Despite Giving Birth to Child

    In the judicial system of the United States, there are many good reasons why a court case may need a delay or postponement. Apparently, an Atlanta, Georgia Immigration Judge does not think that child ...

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  • Connecticut Drivers: The Best in America?
    Connecticut Drivers: The Best in America?

    Not exactly, but we are in the top ten! According to a study done by Car Insurance Comparison, which listed states by the worst drivers, Connecticut drivers ranked as the 7 th best! CIC compiled the ...

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  • When Deportation Separates Parents From Their Kids: Resources For Undocumented Parents Seeking To Protect Their Rights
    When Deportation Separates Parents From Their Kids: Resources For Undocumented Parents Seeking To Protect Their Rights

    When a parent gets detained or deported, it is not just the parent that suffers. There are over 5,000 children in foster care in the United States because their parents were deported and not given a ...

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  • Immigration Reform: Shying Away From the Big Problems
    Immigration Reform: Shying Away From the Big Problems

    Let us not forget; in June 2013, the U.S. Senate voted by a large margin to pass a bill for immigration reform to solve one of the major problems facing this nation right now (by a vote of 68 to 32 to ...

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