Mixed-status families: how many are there?

On behalf of Robichaud, Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Deportation on Thursday, December 27, 2012. The term itself sounds so neutral and technical: mixed status. But in practical terms, it means that immigrant families can get torn apart when some members face deportation and others are U.S. citizens. The statistics say that many families […]

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Criminal Charges Can Lead To Deportation For Undocumented Immigrants

On behalf of Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Deportation on Friday, September 28, 2012. Undocumented immigrants in Minnesota and across the United States live every day with the very real threat of deportation. Recently, three undocumented immigrants in Minnesota were prosecuted for illegally entering the United States after already having been deported. They […]

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Deportation Defense, After ICE’s Latest Enforcement Sweep

On behalf of Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Deportation on Thursday, April 5, 2012. It may be too cynical to explain large-scale immigration enforcement sweeps as a sign that this is an election year. But last week’s 6-day national crackdown, in which nearly 3,000 people were arrested, shows how divided political opinion is on […]

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