Author Archives: thomannlaw

HB 5750 (Illinois)

At this year’s AILA Annual Conference, there will be a number of programs dealing with the overlap between immigration law and criminal law, and with post-conviction relief after Padilla.  The “Criminal Law for Immigration Litigators” panel will discuss the need … Continue reading

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Evento: Recursos Para Negocios Chicos (12/14/2011)

La Chicago Public Library (Biblioteca Pública de Chicago) presenta un evento gratuito en español: Información y recursos para negocios chicos – miércoles 14 de diciembre, 18:30-20:30 en la biblioteca Harold Washington (400 S. State St.).

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There’s an “ICE hold” – now what?

When a non-citizen is arrested by local law enforcement, a bond may be set for their release – but sometimes friends and relatives go to the jail to pay that bond, only to be told that the person will not … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Announcement: August 18, 2011

Various newspapers and television news programs have been reporting that President Obama has announced a new policy to stop the deportation of undocumented immigrants who do not have criminal backgrounds.  These reports have generated some confusion about the President’s announcement, … Continue reading

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