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Report: Trump Administration Pushing Travel Ban Expansion—Seven Countries May Be Included

According to reporting from KTLA 5, the Trump Administration has drafted plans to expand its travel ban rules to cover seven new countries. If enacted, the new rules could limit both travel options and immigration options for residents of these seven countries. Below, our Los Angeles immigration lawyer provides an overview of the current reporting…

Lawsuit Alleges that the Trump Administration is Violating the ‘Travel Ban’ Rules

In June of this year, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld key aspects of President Trump’s ‘travel ban’. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, the travel ban was upheld in a highly controversial 5 to 4 decision that split on partisan lines. As of August of 2018, seven countries are subject to…

What We’ve Learned About ICE Raids

From the moment that then-candidate Donald Trump first announced his run for the presidency in June of 2015, he has used extremely harsh rhetoric when speaking about immigrants. Indeed, his presidential announcement speech contained several offensive lines regarding Mexicans and other immigrants. As the 2016 presidential campaign moved forward, Trump’s actual policy proposals began to…

Appeals Court Rules to Continue Block on Trump Travel Ban

Last night, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit unanimously ruled to continue the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) on President Trump’s Executive Order banning Muslims and refugees. This news comes following President Trump’s announcement of three immigration-related executive orders and federal judge James L. Robart’s ruling to temporarily block the third of those…

Seattle Judge Blocks Trump’s Immigration Ban

Since our last post about Trump's Executive Orders on Immigration, there have been significant updates to the status of immigration in the United States. Here are the most important things you should know: I Heard That the Immigration Ban Was Blocked, Is That True? Yes. Late in the evening on Friday February 4, a Seattle…