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  • DFVPA Helps Two Clients Obtain Immigrant Visas
    DFVPA Helps Two Clients Obtain Immigrant Visas

    On October 18 th , David F. Vedder, P.A. helped two clients obtain immigrant visas at Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Case #1: Citizenship & Permanent Residency Status for Husband & Wife The first case ...

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  • Trump Says ICE Raids Will Move Forward
    Trump Says ICE Raids Will Move Forward

    President Trump recently announced that his administration will soon be carrying out deportation raids that will target thousands of migrant families in major cities across the United States. In a ...

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  • Trump Orders Changes to the Asylum Process
    Trump Orders Changes to the Asylum Process

    On April 29, 2019, the Trump Administration issued new guidelines that both complicate and accelerate the legal asylum process. The secretaries of the Homeland Security and Justice departments have 90 ...

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  • Border Wall Talks May Be Dead Before They Can Even Begin
    Border Wall Talks May Be Dead Before They Can Even Begin

    According to reports coming out of Washington this week, the U.S. government’s big border wall talks may be over before they have even begun. Politico is reporting that congressional negotiators’ ...

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  • Daytona Immigration Attorney David F. Vedder Gives Opinion on Border Wall
    Daytona Immigration Attorney David F. Vedder Gives Opinion on Border Wall

    The Reality on the Border: How Much will a Wall Really Help? Not all issues affecting the U.S. border are easily solved by a $5.7 billion barrier proposed by President Donald Trump to address what he ...

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  • Asylum Win Against All Odds
    Asylum Win Against All Odds

    A detained Syrian client recently won asylum at one of the toughest immigration courts in the country in a case fraught with legal issues. Over the government’s objections, the Immigration Judge held ...

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