Tag: deportation

  1. House GOP Takes Extreme Position on Asylum, Exposing Internal Party Rifts

    With a new, albeit slight, majority in the House of Representatives, Republicans recently approved a rules package which will send a controversial immigration bill to the floor for a vote. The Border Safety and Security Act of 2023 seeks to upend the American immigration system. It creates new restrictions for those seeking asylum in the United States.  Many human rights organizations have already opposed the measure. The bill READ MORE READ MORE

  2. Raymond Lahoud Speaking at the 2022 Immigration Law Conference

    Raymond Lahoud, Immigration Practice Group Chair, will participate in a panel on May 14th during the Federal Bar Association Immigration Law Conference. Ray and his fellow panelists will present “Research in the Era of Facebook: Ethics and Best Practices for Navigating Social Media, Google and other Fast-Track Lanes of ’Legal’ Information.” The discussion will provide tips and best practices for immigration practitioners working in a world where legal READ MORE READ MORE

  3. DOJ Continues to Enforce Immigration Laws in Pennsylvania

    Recent announcements from the Middle District of Pennsylvania showcase the risks involved in violating the immigration laws of this country and the serious consequences for those who are caught. Noncitizen in Pennsylvania Sentenced to Time Served for Illegal Reentry On March 1, 2022, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that a Pennsylvania man was sentenced to time served of 33 days’ imprisonment READ MORE READ MORE