The new enforcement guidelines: what they mean and what you should do right now.

Posted by Robert Berke | Feb 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

The new immigration enforcement guidelines are of great concern to us, particularly as they call for an expanded use of expedited removal. Expedited removal means that an officer can enter AND execute a deportation order without ever getting to see a judge. Not everyone who is in the United States without documentation is subject to expedited removal. You can read more at our detail pageĀ here.

Schedule an appointment with us immediately so we can prepare you to avoid expedited removal. Call us at (818)804-5729 to schedule an appointment today.

We can analyze your unique circumstances, advise you of your rights under the law and any available relief for which you may be eligible, and in most cases provide you with written materials that you can present to an immigration officer that may protect your rights in the event you or a family member gets detained.

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Robert Berke

Attorney Robert G. Berke has been licensed to practice law in theState of California since 1990 and is a member in good standing of theState Bar of California. He is also admitted to practice in federalDistrict Courts throughout California and in the 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th and11th Circuits of the U....


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