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  • Nationwide Asylum Denials At Historic Highs
    Nationwide Asylum Denials At Historic Highs

    2018 has broken at least two records regarding asylum decisions. 2018 marks the highest number of decisions (42,224) by immigration judges on asylum – up 40 percent from 2017, and up 89 percent from ...

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  • Immigration Attorney David Vedder Celebrates 40 Years in Practice
    Immigration Attorney David Vedder Celebrates 40 Years in Practice

    At David F. Vedder, P.A., our Daytona Beach immigration attorneys are among the few who can claim to have fully committed to this complex realm of law. We’ve spent decades handling more than 11,000 ...

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  • "Impossible" Green Card for Conditional Resident

    On March 30, 2018 an immigration judge at the Orlando Immigration Court approved an application for adjustment of status on behalf of a client from the Dominican Republic. Mr. Vedder represented the ...

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  • Bangladeshi Client Marijuana Conviction Vacated
    Bangladeshi Client Marijuana Conviction Vacated

    One Bangladeshi client no longer has fear from DHS for a prior marijuana conviction. The conviction was entered after an unconstitutional plea deal, where the client had not been advised of possible ...

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  • Los Angeles Approves $10M Funding for Children Separated from Parents at US-Mexico Border
    Los Angeles Approves $10M Funding for Children Separated from Parents at US-Mexico Border

    Los Angeles Allocates $10 Million for Legal Aid to Help Migrant Children Separated from their Parents The LA Justice Fund was founded in 2017 by the Los Angeles City Council and the LA County Board of ...

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  • Mexican Who Entered Illegally 18 Years Ago Wins Green Card
    Mexican Who Entered Illegally 18 Years Ago Wins Green Card

    In August, DFVPA won Cancellation of Removal for a client from Mexico. Our client entered the United States without inspection over 18 years ago and was later placed in removal proceedings. Our firm ...

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