July 31, 2009
CLINIC compiles a free Immigration News Bulletin of immigration-related news articles of interest to our network on a regular basis. Every Friday, CLINIC will post the three articles most popular with its readers. Here are this week’s top stories.
- Officials from the U.S. Department of Justice warn against fraud by people pretending to be immigration attorneys or accredited representatives for those seeking legal help on immigration issues.
- The San Diego Union-Tribune tells the story of a bi-national couple to highlight the misperceptions people have of immigration laws for married bi-national couples.
- With the Violence Against Women Act up for renewal in two years, lawmakers are looking at the provisions for immigrants, especially those which allow abuse victims to file for permanent residency.
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