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  • Attorney Silvia Manzanero Obtains Asylum Relief for Christian Syrian in Removal Proceedings in San Diego, California.
    Attorney Silvia Manzanero Obtains Asylum Relief for Christian Syrian in Removal Proceedings in San Diego, California.

    On September 27, 2016, Attorney Silvia Manzanero, Of Counsel at David F. Vedder, P.A., obtained asylum relief for a Syrian national and member of the persecuted Christian religious minority. [1] After ...

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  • New York Times: How U.S. Immigration Judges Battle Their Own Prejudice
    New York Times: How U.S. Immigration Judges Battle Their Own Prejudice

    An article in the New York Times highlights ways that immigration judges (IJs) work to keep implicit biases out of their immigration court decisions, including by attending mandatory anti-bias ...

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  • DOS Provides Fact Sheet on FY2016 Refugee Admissions
    DOS Provides Fact Sheet on FY2016 Refugee Admissions

    DOS released a fact sheet stating that refugees admitted under the U.S. resettlement program in FY2016 arrived from 79 countries, with more than 70 percent coming from the Democratic Republic of the ...

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  • Mother Jones: California Will Keep Housing Its Detained Immigrants in For-Profit Centers
    Mother Jones: California Will Keep Housing Its Detained Immigrants in For-Profit Centers

    Mother Jones reports that California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill on Wednesday that would have prevented local governments from contracting with for-profit companies to detain immigrants. ...

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  • USCIS Extends EADs and Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberia
    USCIS Extends EADs and Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberia

    USCIS announced that it will automatically extend employment authorization documents (EADs) for Liberian nationals covered under Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) following President Obama's ...

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  • New York Times: Haitian Men Cut Off from Families as U.S. Tightens Entry Rules
    New York Times: Haitian Men Cut Off from Families as U.S. Tightens Entry Rules

    New York Times : Haitian Men Cut Off from Families as U.S. Tightens Entry Rules The New York Times reports that the Obama administration's announcement last week that it would fully resume ...

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