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Antonini & Cohen attorney Sarah Owings was quoted in an April 17 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article entitled "Feds, states readying for U.S. Supreme Court showdown over immigration."

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One of the most heartbreaking things about immigration law is the fact that many times children are left to fend for themselves before the U.S. immigration courts. This is because there is no requirement for the government to provide attorneys to foreign nationals in removal proceedings. The American Civil Liberties Union and other immigrant rights groups are hoping to change this practice, and have filed a lawsuit to demand that the government provide attorneys to minor children who do not have anyone to safeguard their interests before the court.

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U.S. Citizenship and immigration Services recently announced a new Work Permit (EAD) Process for Abused H-4’s and other Non-Immigrant Dependent Spouses. Please keep reading for more details and answers to frequently asked questions!

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Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group attorney Nisha Karnani was interviewed for the India West article, “Abused Spouses of Non-Immigrants Eligible to Work in U.S.” On March 8, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that H-4 visa holders, including some who have lost H-4 status due to circumstances such as divorce, can now apply for work authorization if they are victims of domestic violence.

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