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Immigration Bail Bonds 101: A Quick Guide

Almost 400,000 people were detained by US Immigration and Customs in 2018 alone. If you or loved one have become one of the unfortunate, you likely have a lot of questions. One of the fastest ways to be released temporarily from ICE detainment is through an immigration bail bond. These

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10 Things to Know About Immigration Bond Requirements

The Global Detention Project identifies over 2,000 immigration detention facilities in over 100 countries, making immigration an issue of worldwide importance. Texas, California, Arizona, Georgia, and Louisiana are the top five detention states, with 33,108 total detainees. This is a financial issue as well, with Washington and California alone spending $145

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Georgia Immigration Law: Everything You Need to Know

You’ve finally finished your move to Georgia. Finding a place to live. Check. Getting the kids started at school. Check.  Now, your employer wants you to bring in your documents for work to comply with Georgia immigration law. Uh-oh. You don’t have a green card yet. You’re likely wondering — what is Georgia immigration

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Immigrants Still Have Rights: Know Yours!

Many immigrants find themselves in a precarious legal position. Yet, as far as the law is concerned, things often aren’t as bad as they seem. Yes, discrimination and abuse based on immigration status do happen. But, they represent a violation of human rights. One of the chief problems is you

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Immigration Proceedings Explained, Step-by-Step

The immigrant community in the United States has always been an important part of American culture. In fact, the US is home to the largest immigrant population in the world, numbering 47 million people back in 2015! And in 2016 alone, the US welcomed a further 1,183,505 immigrants. But immigration proceedings

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immigration bail bonds

Immigration Bail Bonds 101: A Quick Guide

Almost 400,000 people were detained by US Immigration and Customs in 2018 alone. If you or loved one have become one of the unfortunate, you likely have a lot of questions. One of the fastest ways to be released temporarily from ICE detainment is through an immigration bail bond. These

Read More »
immigration bond requirements

10 Things to Know About Immigration Bond Requirements

The Global Detention Project identifies over 2,000 immigration detention facilities in over 100 countries, making immigration an issue of worldwide importance. Texas, California, Arizona, Georgia, and Louisiana are the top five detention states, with 33,108 total detainees. This is a financial issue as well, with Washington and California alone spending $145

Read More »
georgia immigration law

Georgia Immigration Law: Everything You Need to Know

You’ve finally finished your move to Georgia. Finding a place to live. Check. Getting the kids started at school. Check.  Now, your employer wants you to bring in your documents for work to comply with Georgia immigration law. Uh-oh. You don’t have a green card yet. You’re likely wondering — what is Georgia immigration

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know your rights immigration

Immigrants Still Have Rights: Know Yours!

Many immigrants find themselves in a precarious legal position. Yet, as far as the law is concerned, things often aren’t as bad as they seem. Yes, discrimination and abuse based on immigration status do happen. But, they represent a violation of human rights. One of the chief problems is you

Read More »
immigration proceedings

Immigration Proceedings Explained, Step-by-Step

The immigrant community in the United States has always been an important part of American culture. In fact, the US is home to the largest immigrant population in the world, numbering 47 million people back in 2015! And in 2016 alone, the US welcomed a further 1,183,505 immigrants. But immigration proceedings

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