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A String Of Recent Bond Hearing Successes Means Liberty For Cohen Forman Barone Clients
A String Of Recent Bond Hearing Successes Means Liberty For Cohen Forman Barone Clients

Over the past few months there has been a sharp increase in the amount of non-citizens detained by Immigration Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) shortly after a criminal arrest. The manner in which these individuals come into ICE custody vary from case to case. Some are ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • While Initially Reluctant, USCIS Ultimately Awards Cohen Forman Barone Client Green Card

    Cohen Forman Barone successfully secured lawful permanent residency for a client after a grueling two hour interview at USCIS’s Hartford, CT office. ...

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  • Green Card Granted To Cohen Forman Barone Client Despite Foreign Drug Trafficking Arrest

    Cohen Forman Barone recently obtained lawful permanent residence for a client through the adjustment of status process at USCIS’s Newark, NJ office. ...

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  • The Enhancing Public Safety In The Interior Of The United States Executive Order: What It Means For The Crimmigration Lawyer

    The President’s Executive Order suspending the U.S. refugee relocation program and prohibiting the admission of nationals from seven countries has ...

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  • Cohen Forman Barone Proudly Stands With AILA In Condemning President Trump's Ban Of Muslims And Refugees

    Cohen Forman Barone joins the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (“AILA”) in condemning President Trump’s Executive Orders on immigration ...

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  • Trump Signs Two Executive Orders On U.S. Immigration Law And Policy

    On Wednesday President Trump signed two executive orders related to U.S. immigration law and policy. The orders not only increase the number of ...

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  • Anticipation Of Expected Changes Dominate Immigration Law Government Panel

    On January 11, 2017, representatives from the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) gathered to answer questions from the American Immigration ...

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