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When it is discovered by the government that an individual in the United States may be without proper immigration status, generally the government chooses to commence an administrative proceeding against the individual called a “removal proceeding.” Continue reading
There are several different portions of removal proceedings. Continue reading
The short answer to this question, at least generally, is no. Continue reading
The short answer to this question is “no.” Generally, people are entitled to a degree of due process which includes having their removal proceedings be held before an immigration judge. Continue reading