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Deportation of Legal and Undocumented Immigrants if Visa or Benefits Denied

Recently, the Trump administration expanded the guidelines for summoning immigrants before an immigration judge. On June 28, 2018, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a Notice to Appear (NTA) policy memorandum which provided guidance on when the USCIS may issue Form I-862, Notice to Appear. An NTA is the charging document in a Read More

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Online Petition Calls for the Release of Gay Undocumented Immigrant

Juntos, an immigrant rights group, and GALAEI, a queer Latin social justice organization, recently formed an online petition requesting the release of a gay undocumented immigrant from Mexico who has been separated from his husband since last month. So far, more than 1,000 signatures have been collected. CBS Philadelphia reported that, on January 31, Jose Read More

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Cuomo Pardons Mexican Transgender Undocumented Immigrant

The New York Post reported that, just before the holidays, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pardoned 18 undocumented immigrants, including a transgender immigrant from Mexico. Governor Cuomo pardoned Lorena Borjas, a 57-year-old transgender woman, who had a conviction in 1994 for criminal facilitation in a human trafficking ring. Governor Cuomo’s office said Ms. Borjas has Read More

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Deportations Could Hit 10-Year Low by End of the Year

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is projecting that, based on recent data, the number of undocumented immigrants deported from this country for fiscal year 2016 could be at its lowest levels in 10 years. According to The Hill, President Obama is on pace to deport 230,000 undocumented immigrants this year. That is lower than FY Read More

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Immigration Consequences of Criminal and Fraudulent Conduct
The immigration consequences of criminal or fraudulent conduct can be harsh and often illogical. Even a very minor offense could have a dramatic immigration consequence, including deportation, detention without bond, being denied naturalization, a visa or re-entry into the United States. Likewise, the use of fake or fraudulent documents, aliases, and other misrepresentations can have similar immigration consequences. Kerry Bretz and Bretz & Coven have been counseling non-citizen criminal defendants, as well as their lawyers, for over 20 years. We have a long history of strategizing deportation and removal defenses, as well as applications for waivers, in very complicated cases.

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""With an extensive criminal history: over 14 arrests, 2 State prison bids and several felony convictions no lawyer wanted my case in 2010. Thanks to the experts at Bretz & Coven who worked diligently and with precision, today I am a United States citizen." - E.A. Brooklyn, NY

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