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Guatemalan-Born Ohio Teen Seeks Additional Reprieve From Deportation
Guatemalan-Born Ohio Teen Seeks Additional Reprieve From Deportation

A 19-year-old Guatemalan who has resided in the United States since he was three years old hopes to get a reprieve from deportation one year after the government first tried to send him back to his country of origin. Bernard Pastor, who lives in the Cincinnati area, is ...

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Blog posts in November, 2011

  • Employers Voluntarily Join ICE Enforcement Program

    Under a program led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), companies are opening their books to federal investigators voluntarily. ...

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  • USCIS Grants 18-Month Extension on Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua and Honduras

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that it is extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for Nicaragua ...

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  • Obama Administration's New Policy on Low Priority Immigration Offenders Draws Criticism

    The Obama administration announced a revision to its policy on deportations earlier this year, stating that it would review cases for over 300,000 ...

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  • Controversy Over State Immigration Laws Comes to Ohio

    Recent events have offered mixed news for immigrants and the attorneys who advocate for them, with some positive events occurring in the midst of an ...

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  • German-born College Student Who Considers Ohio His Home Gets Another Reprieve from Deportation

    Manuel Bartsch, a 23 year-old college student at Ohio’s Heidelberg University, came to the United States from Germany as a child in 1997. After a ...

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  • Judge Orders Deportation of Undocumented Dancer Passing Through Ohio

    An immigration judge in Ohio has ordered the deportation of a dance troupe member after the group was stopped by police passing through the state on ...

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  • Design Changes, Meant to Improve Security and Fight Fraud, are Coming for Employment and Citizenship Forms

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced last week that it is changing the format of two important documents : the ...

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