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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that courts need not suppress evidence of a crime, even if it was obtained through an illegal stop.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that courts need not suppress evidence of a crime, even if it was obtained through an illegal stop. Power given to police by Supreme Court to stop and question people is violating the 4th Amendment. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that courts need not suppress evidence of a Read More
Even if you said “I do!” to your beloved half, it would not be still enough, as a fact, for the USCIS. Most people only require a wedding band as evidence of their marriage. In fact, the average married couple doesn’t have to prove to others that they’re married. Attending their grand wedding is Read More
An article discusses what healthcare options such as health insurance and medical treatment are available for undocumented immigrants despite the barriers. Applying for Medicaid or private insurance will not be used by U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement to enforce immigration law. There is a list of available options to apply. http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-healthcare-watch-20140420-story.html
Immigration case review United States v. Texas heard by the U.S. Supreme Court stirred up a battle over comprehensive immigration reform. Texas and 26 states do not agree with the Obama administration “deferred action” program known as DAPA for the undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents announced in November 2014. Congressional action Read More
All you need to know before applying for a provisional waiver. Since March 4, 2013, a green-card seekers planning to make use of the U.S. government’s new provisional waiver procedures to request that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services forgive your past unlawful U.S. presence and allow you to receive a green card – and that it Read More