Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 14082744 | Dated August 27, 2014
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In This Issue:
“Hardship for the LGBT Immigrant Spouse”
Following the one-year anniversary of Windsor v. U.S., AILA members Ally Bolour, Bryon M. Large, Sr., and Scott C. Titshaw offer guidance on proving the requisite hardship for waiver applications.
“Crisis at the Border (And It’s Just the Beginning)”
AILA member Jordana A. Hart reports on the humanitarian crisis along the U.S-Mexican border and its devastating toll on families in the United States and Central America.
Other Highlights Include:
“Guidance to Provide Employees New to Immigration Law”
On the Docket
“The Cost of Assuming the Litigation Costs”
“Like Diamonds, Affidavits of Support Are (Almost) Forever”
The I-9 Blog
“To E-Verify or Not to E-Verify? Pros vs. Cons
“Lawsuit Seeks Appointed Counsel for Children”
“Protecting the Rights of Women and Children”
“Practicing Pro Bono in Midst of Humanitarian Crisis”
“Prep for Autumn with this Yin Yoga Sequence”
“Case Hit a Roadblock? Liaison Is Here to Help You”
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14082744.