Trump’s Executive Order – Public Safety In The Interior Of The United States – January 25, 2017

Public Safety In The Interior Of The United States Absract: This order revises the original U.S. immigration ban ordered by President Trump and which was withdrawn and revised after being legally challenged as unconstitutional by the courts. The new order removed Iraq from the Muslim-Nation ban. Citizens from Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Libya remain banned Read more…

Trump’s Original January, 27, 2017 Executive Order Prohibiting Immigration From Muslim Countries

Trump’s Original Executive Order Denying Travelers From Seven Muslim-Dominated Nations From Entry Into The United States. Trump Withdrew Executive Order After Challenged By Federal Courts As Being Unconstitutional. Abstract: This order called for the immediate suspension of entry of immigrants into the United States from seven Muslim nations for a period of 90 days and stops all refugees from Read more…

Crimes & Cases That Result In Deportation

Recent Cases Resulting In Deportation November 2015 — Humberto Erazo-Medrano and Ricardo Castaneda, two illegal aliens, were arrested and charged with second-degree promoting prostitution in Alabama. The bond for each man is set at $100,000. (Gadsden Times, November 2, 2015) October 2015 — Marco Hernandez Ramirez, a 34-year-old illegal alien from Guatemala, was sentenced to 40 Read more…

Losing Permanent Residency – Deportable Acts

A person who has permanent residency may find their status at risk if they commit a deportable criminal act that falls into one of the categories of inadmissibility, and then by traveling outside of the U.S. for more than 180 days. Upon return, that person may face deportation charges. Partial List of Deportable Offense under 8 U.S. Code Read more…