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Immigration Under the Trump Administration

– US Supreme Court Lets DACA Program Continue

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Inmigración Bajo la Administración de Trump

– Corte Suprema de los EE.UU. permite que DACA continúe

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How Do I Get My Immigration Bond Back?

If you posted an immigration bond for a person to be released from immigration custody, you are considered an “obligor”. An obligor must be an adult (over the age of 18) and must be present in the USA pursuant to some lawful status. If you attempt to post a bond with immigration while you are here undocumented, you risk being arrested.

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Attorney Carolina Antonini of Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group was interviewed recently by the Gainesville Times about a deportation issue that left two Hall County teens without parents.

“Had the (executive action) not been stopped by a judge in Texas ... we have no doubt that Mr. Rodriguez would still be here and his children would not be two teenagers taking care of each other,” said Atlanta immigration attorney Carolina Antonini, who represented the family in Eligio Rodriguez' deportation proceedings.

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H-1B Fiscal Year 2016 – What Are The Odds?

Each year, the date of April 1st is hotly anticipated by immigration attorneys and our clients due to the rush to submit applications for H-1B visas.

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Attorney Sarah Owens Discusses Recent Changes in Immigration Detentions and Removal Priorities on WABE Radio

Attorney Sarah Owings of Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group was interviewed recently by WABE radio, NPR’s Atlanta station, on deportation and the immigration process.

There have been over 2,200 Central American minors coming to Georgia since last summer and over 30% have received a deportation order, with the national average being at 15% for deportation of these youths. The scheduling of cases within immigration court can be very tight in Atlanta, making asylum cases difficult to do. The schedule is oftentimes so tight that hearings can be within weeks of one another.

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