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Blog Posts in July, 2014

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  • Welcome Arina Belkin!
    Welcome Arina Belkin!

    We welcome Arina Belkin at David F. Vedder, P.A. Arina joined our firm in March 2014 as a Legal Assistant, bringing over 10 years of administrative and managerial experience. She is fluent in Russian ...

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  • Grant of Asylum Immigration Relief for Christian Syrian
    Grant of Asylum Immigration Relief for Christian Syrian

    On July 22, 2014, a Syrian national who had fled his home country seeking protection from persecution was granted asylum immigration relief by the Immigration Court in Orlando, Florida. Under current ...

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  • Get the Facts: Five Ways Immigrants Drive the Essential Economy
    Get the Facts: Five Ways Immigrants Drive the Essential Economy

    The essential economy—which encompasses the food services and hospitality industries, construction, agriculture, elder care, and manufacturing—is fundamental to the U.S. economy and society as a ...

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  • Immigrants Offset Population Decline and Aging Workforce in Midwest Metros
    Immigrants Offset Population Decline and Aging Workforce in Midwest Metros

    It’s clear that an increasing number of places large and small across America recognize the value immigrants have brought and continue to bring to the United States. After all, metropolitan areas, as ...

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  • The Facts About the Humanitarian Challenge at the Border
    The Facts About the Humanitarian Challenge at the Border

    What is our obligation as a country to the unaccompanied child migrants at our border? This seemingly straightforward question is frequently lost among the political debate surrounding the ...

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  • Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States
    Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States

    The deportation process has been transformed drastically over the last two decades. Today, two-thirds of individuals deported are subject to what are known as “summary removal procedures,” which ...

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