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ICE Can Fix This Issue Today

Ice Detention Center

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) is a sub-agency under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). ICE recently announced it is detaining 52,000 immigrants in jails and prisons around the United States. Congress has only appropriated funding to manage a daily average of around 45,000 beds until the end of September 2019. This discrepancy in the number of people in detention and the money allocated to appropriately detain them resulted in DHS taking funds away from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Coast Guard, among other agencies, and reallocating the funds to ICE’s detention efforts. ICE can...

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CG Immigration Team Paralegals Story

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[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZtPNNGDJeI[/embed] The Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. Immigration Team Paralegals explain a little bit about themselves, why they got into the field of Immigration Law and what motivated them to advance their Immigration knowledge and ability to help others daily in Immigration. If you need Immigration assistance from either of our Immigration Team Paralegals or Attorneys, contact us today by calling 601-948-8005 or by going to our website. Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. Immigration Team offers an array of Immigration legal services for clients in the Mississippi area such as adjustment of status, citizenship, green card, work permits, spousal cases, and deportation as well...

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Marriage Green Cards

Marriage Green Cards

It seems like everyone I know is getting married these days. Wedding bells are ringing for couples all across the United States. My wife and I even got in on the madness when we were married last year. The wedding planning, registering for showers, and picking out invitations is enough stress for anyone. Some couples have even more pressure added to their lives because one of the spouses is not a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) or United States Citizen. This little wrinkle should not add more stress for anyone who is planning a marriage or those who already tied the...

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