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[7 Octubre 2017 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Immigrant defense fund

by Lisa Edge 
October 3rd, 2017
Courtesy of Real Change
A legal defense fund to support low-income immigrants and refugees targeted by the federal administration became available Monday.
Immigrants in detention, facing deportation or in danger of losing their immigration status who live or work in Seattle or live in King County and have a household income below 200 percent of the federal poverty level (less than $24,120 for a single adult or $49,200 for a family of four) can qualify for help through the Legal Defense Network assistance.
Immigrant defense fund
 

SI, Destacados, Noticias de Inmigración »

[20 Septiembre 2017 | No hay Comentarios | ]
How is it Beneficial to Hire an Immigration Lawyer for Immigration Cases?

by Awais Ahmed
Septiembre 20, 2017
Courtesy TG Daily
Going for immigration is a huge step in the life of an individual, because it basically marks the beginning of life from an entirely new point. The procedure for immigration has become very complicated with many legalities and issues which need to be addressed before you are actually eligible to apply, which is where an immigration lawyer comes into the scene.
The professionalism offered by an immigration attorney in such cases is indeed unparalleled, so if you are still confused as to you why you actually need …

SI, Destacados »

[14 Septiembre 2017 | No hay Comentarios | ]
An Undocumented Immigration Attorney Reacts to End of DACA

Septiembre 10, 2017
Courtesy of KHSU
Like many of her clients, immigration attorney Dulce Garcia’s future in the U.S. is in a state of uncertainty.
Garcia was brought by her parents to the U.S. from Mexico when she was 6 años. She is one of 230,000 undocumented immigrants in California who benefited from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which the Trump administration rescinded Tuesday.
An Undocumented Immigration Attorney Reacts to End of DACA

Destacados, Noticias de Inmigración »

[21 Agosto 2017 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Bad immigration lawyers hard to find, harder to stop

By Nomaan Merchant
Agosto 21, 2017
Courtesy of Star Tribune
HOUSTON — Soon after he opened his office serving immigrants fighting to stay in the United States, Raed Gonzalez became a lawyer who goes after other lawyers.A person with a winnable case can be thrown into deportation by a missed deadline or a botched court filing, and attorneys quietly known by others to do bad legal work can practice for years without being stopped. So Gonzalez began helping immigrants file complaints against lawyers with their state licensing organizations. By his count, his firm …

Destacados, Noticias de Inmigración »

[10 Agosto 2017 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Immigration Lawyers Save Lives

by Tala Hartsough
Agosto 4, 2017
Courtesy of ThinkImmigration
I took part in the AILA Annual Conference training for new chapter chairs, and as an ‘icebreaker,’ was asked to complete phrases handed out on little slips of paper. Mine read, “The best way to save….” I immediately responded, “One way to save a life is to be an immigration lawyer.”
I’m not exaggerating. Immigration lawyers save lives. Let me share with you a pro bono case I took on as an example of the kind of difference lawyers can make and which the Immigration Justice

Destacados, Titular, Noticias de Inmigración »

[3 Junio 2017 | Un comentario | ]
“Here I’ll Stay” Documentary Showing

Junio 4, 2017
The new video focussing on the work of the Mississippi immigrants Rights Alliance (MIRA) entitiled “Here I’ll Stay” will debut on the Field of Vision website on June 8, 2017 en 10 am EDT. The film producers and directors are Lorena Salazar and Marlene McCurtis.
After its debut, it will remain on the website indefinitly.
Please remember to check it out! Thanks!

https://fieldofvision.org/

puntos de acción, Destacados, legislativo »

[3 Agosto 2016 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Know Your Rights

Many workers are discouraged from reporting injuries or other workplace abuses, and are afraid to speak out because of retaliation or and the possibility of losing their jobs. This summer, MIRA is working with the Mississippi Alliance of State Employees (MASE / CWA) and the United Food and Commercial workers to conduct a series of Know Your Rights presentations that educate immigrants about their rights in the workplace and what to do about on-the-job injuries.

eventos, caras de MIRA, Destacados »

[7 Abril 2016 | No hay Comentarios | ]
MIRA Legal Project Update

MIRA Legal Project Director, Abogada Patricia Ice, is working with several families on their immigration cases, which include applications for employment authorization, lawful permanent residence, temporary protected status, petitions for relatives, waivers for national visa center processing, and naturalization. The Legal Project charges fees for services in these cases.  Ice has focused the Legal Project’s work on administrative humanitarian and family based immigration cases. The immigration courts are in New Orleans and Memphis and the MIRA Legal Project does not have the resources to handle cases there due to time, distance …

Destacados, Noticias de Inmigración »

[5 Diciembre 2015 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Happy New Year!

From all of us at MIRA, we wish you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!  May your holiday season be merry and joyous.

Destacados, Noticias de Inmigración »

[18 Febrero 2015 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Notice Regarding Texas v United States

Febrero 2015
 
The MIRA is not surprised by the Temporary Injunction ruling by  Judge Andrew Hanen in the U.S. District Court in Brownsville, Texas yesterday against the implementation of the Obama Administrationsexecutive actions on prosecutorial discretion, but we STRONGLY disagree with that ruling. We  believe that the Texas judge made the wrong call and we are confident that the Executive Actions for expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (SI) and for Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) WILL be UPHELD and IMPLEMENTED soon.  The Department