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TPS terminally ill! reality or nightmare?

The constant attack of the Trump administration became reality to millions in the last 60 days. Reality or Nightmare? Clearly, for the millions affected by the Trump administration’s decisions on immigration is a nightmare. For us, lawyers and human rights advocates, it is reality and we must face it with strength in order to be […]

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Farm workers deportation hearing postponed after interpreter falls ill

aka December 19, 2017 Batavia, Genesee County Supporters of Dolores Bustamante showed up in force this morning in front of the Buffalo Federal Detention Center in Batavia. Bustamante supporters held a rally for the Wayne County apple farm worker before she went inside the facility for her deportation hearing. Bustamante was stopped by a State […]

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Jose Perez in North Country Public Radio speaking about recent developments given President Trump’s immigration policies.

Fear and confusion among Upstate NY’s immigrants by David Sommerstein (Reporter/Asst. News Director) , in Canton, NY Feb 20, 2017 — President Trump’s promise to crack down on people in this country illegally is sowing fear and confusion among immigrants across Upstate New York, including on the region’s dairy farms. José Perez, an immigration attorney […]

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Jose Perez in NPR speaking about Sanctuary Cities and the threat of President Trump to defund those cities.

Immigration Attorney, SU Professor Question Legality of Punishing “Sanctuary Cities” By Scott Willis • Jan 25, 2017 A Syracuse immigration attorney and a political science professor specializing in immigration have serious doubts about the legality of President Trump’s moves to punish “sanctuary cities” by withholding federal funding. Syracuse and New York City are among those […]

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President Obama should first think about Farm Workers?

Syracuse Immigration Attorney, Immigrant Farm Workers Call Pres. Obama’s Order a First Step By Scott Willis • Nov 21, 2014 A Syracuse-based immigration attorney says President Obama’s executive order to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation is a good first step…but could have gone farther. Read More … Please follow and like us:

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How one question changed an immigrant fate?

SYRACUSE — Arely Tomas Orozco hardly ever went out. The blinds were kept closed in the front room of her family’s Syracuse apartment. She lived in constant fear of being caught. On Jan. 8, Orozco decided to break her rule. She went out. In a flash, the undocumented immigrant’s fears became reality because she answered […]

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