This set of articles discusses ways to get out of immigration detention and fight deportation, such as Cancellation of Removal, Waivers, Prosecutorial Discretion and Bond.
Should You Seek Prosecutorial Discretion?
You can use prosecutorial discretion as a defense against deportation.
Trump Finally Stopped Ripping Families Apart. Here’s the One Reason That’s a Bad Thing.
The ending of Trump’s family separations is good news for families, but it’s probably bad news for immigration reform.
Why Trump Will Lose the White House Because of Immigration
Outrage over separation of immigrant families might finally be enough to unite opposition to the Trump administration
The MAVNI Memo
Details from the MAVNI memo and how personnel might be affected.
MAVNI in Limbo
Thousands of MAVNI contracts might be in danger of cancellation.
Concepcion and Miguel: Reunited at Last
A family ripped apart by immigration law finds hope through a waiver for unlawful presence and a 245(i) adjustment.
Better Understanding Voluntary Departure
Immigration authorities may allow immigrants to voluntary depart the United States instead of being officially removed.
Facing Removal or Deportation? Consider These Forms of Removal Relief Part 2
Applicants must apply for asylum within one year of entering the United States unless they meet an exception.
Facing Removal or Deportation? Consider These Forms of Removal Relief
This post addresses some of the legal mechanisms currently in place that provide relief to removal and deportation.
Harrowing Seattle Immigration Story (Part II)
A captive young immigrant girl was forced to work for years before being rescued.