Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 14022640 | Dated February 26, 2014
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In This Issue:
“Answering the Call for ‘Help’: Asylum for Deaf Immigrants”
Claiming persecution in their homelands, deaf immigrants seek asylum in the United States. AILA Member Hadley Bajramovic explains their plight and her firm’s winning strategies.
“No ICE Reimbursement, No More 48-Hour Hold, Says Miami-Dade”
For years, Miami-Dade County taxpayers had paid for the detention of undocumented immigrants at the request of ICE. But that came to an end on Jan. 1, 2014, when the county’s new detainer policy took effect.
Other Highlights Include:
Immigration & Crimes
“SCOTUS Analyzes Crimes Through ‘Categorical’ Lens”
Immigration & Health Care
“Trends in Health Care Immigration Cases”
Behind the Case
“Saldana v. Holder”
“Living and Working in Trinidad and Tobago”
“From Artist to Lawyer: A Creative Journey”
“Dual Representation in Pro Bono Clinics: What You Should Know”
“Drawing a Line in the Sand”
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14022640.