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Sessions Makes it Harder for Domestic Violence Survivors to Apply for Asylum

Jun 13, 2018

Recently, we wrote that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had referred three cases that were before the Board of Immigration Appeal to himself for opinion with the expectation that he would use them to s...

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Window for Hondurans to Re-register for TPS Open Now

Jun 6, 2018

On Saturday, Leah Spivey of Gasparian Spivey Immigration will participate in a workshop for Hondurans in the Greater New Orleans Region who will be affected by the Trump Administration’s decision to...

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Gasparian Spivey to Participate in Honduran Embassy TPS Workshop

Jun 4, 2018

On Saturday, June 9, the Honduran Embassy will present a day of free presentations for members of New Orleans’ Honduran community with immigration concerns. The day was inspired by questions that aros...

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Neglectful Treatment of Children Heightens Cruelty in Immigration Policy

May 29, 2018

Last week, stories of children emphasized the failings of immigration law, of the systems that foreign nationals encounter here, and of the current administration’s outlook on the issue. The Departmen...

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Duong Phuong Forced to Pay Overdue Overtime

May 24, 2018

Duong Phong Oriental Bakery in New Orleans made news during Carnival when its king cake became one of the most in-demand of the season. Recently, it made news of another kind when the U.S. Department ...

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