Reopening Deportation Cases – Part III

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31st Aug 2006

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Elsie Hui Arias In our last two articles, we detailed the parameters of reopening removal proceedings before an immigration judge (IJ). In part three of our series on motions to reopen, we will discuss … more

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Reopening Deportation Case-Part II

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24th Aug 2006

By Robert L. Reeves & Elsie Hui Arias, Esq. In Part I last week, we discussed how to reopen a case before an immigration judge (IJ) where an individual was ordered deported in absentia. This week we are addressing how … more

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Reopening Deportation Cases-Part I

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17th Aug 2006

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves & Elsie Hui Arias Immigrants who fail or refuse to attend their removal hearing “without reasonable cause” will be ordered deported in absentia (in their absence) by the immigration judge (IJ). These individuals face serious … more

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US Immigration Steps Up Arrest & Detention of Non-Citizens

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3rd Aug 2006

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Myra V. Azucena Immigration officials are now more likely to detain non-citizens including Legal Permanent Residents subject to removal. Individuals are subject to removal if they have a prior criminal conviction or have an … more

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