Immigration Law

Immigration Law

San Francisco to publicly fund legal services for unaccompanied immigrant minors

White-Collar Crime

Clients invested $47M in immigration lawyer’s ethanol plant hoping to get US green cards, feds say

Immigration Law

Federal government sued over alleged due process violations at Artesia immigrant detention center

Immigration Law

Volunteer attorneys allege due process violations at immigrant detention center

First Amendment

Immigration judge sues Justice Department, claims recusal order chills her free-speech rights

Annual Meeting

Outgoing ABA president touts job corps and efforts to address immigration, gun violence

Annual Meeting

Ensuring immigrant detainees have lawyers also benefits court system, DOJ official says

Immigration Law

ABA delegation visits emergency shelter for detained immigrant children in Texas

Verdicts & Settlements

Woman billed $5K for hospital body cavity searches gets $1.1M settlement

Constitutional Law

Civil rights groups sue feds to get lawyers for juveniles in deportation hearings

Immigration law

Trafficking law helps spur flow of immigrant children to US

Immigration Law

Poor NYC immigrants facing possible deportation will get free public defenders

International Law

Canada grants asylum to US woman sentenced to 30 years for having sex with teen

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS: Immigrant visa applicants who age out of system can’t ‘ride on their parents’ coattails’

Immigration Law

Former supervisor with US prison bureau is shocked to learn he’s not a citizen


Florida lawmakers pass bill allowing noncitizens who stayed in the US illegally to get law licenses

Immigration Law

Some children brought to US illegally qualify for in-state tuition, Va. AG announces

Around the Blawgosphere

Blog offers immigration help to Nigella Lawson | Celeb podcaster fights patent troll

Legal Ethics

Immigrants living in US illegally can’t be lawyers, top Florida court says

Privacy Law

Plan to create a national license-plate tracking database is canceled by feds, at least for now