Sacramento Best Immigration Attorneys 2021


Sacramento Top 10 Best Immigration Attorneys Guide is a user generated list and map of the best immigration lawyers in the Greater Sacramento Area, including Sacramento, Folsom, Roseville, Elk Grove, EL Dorado Hills, Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, West Sacramento, Rancho Murieta, Fair Oaks, Carmichael, Rocklin, Lincoln, Loomis, Granite Bay, Auburn, Placerville, Cameron Park, Davis, Woodland, Sutter Creek, Jackson, Yuba City & Marysville. If you’ve had a positive experience with one of these attorneys, please share your recommendation by giving them a thumb up. Your review is important to us.

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Immigration Law News

Budget reconciliation might cover farm worker immigration issues

From The Fence Post - Ag News & Info

The reconciliation bill that Senate Democrats are preparing may include a provision to cover immigration status for essential workers including farm workers, but there is debate over whether Senate rules would allow an immigration measure to be included.

Sen. Alex Padilla, D-Calif., a member of the Senate Budget Committee, is pushing to pass a pathway to citizenship for essential workers, “Dreamers” and other undocumented immigrants as part of the spending bill, reported KQED, a San Francisco radio station.

“Creating new paths to citizenship will grow our economy and improve workplaces for all. And that’s exactly the purpose of the infrastructure investments that we are developing,” Padilla said.

He got deportation relief. Why was this man still detained by ICE in California for 77 days?

Fresno Bee

Attorneys are criticizing immigration officials for holding a man at a federal detention center in Kern County for two and a half months after he was granted deportation protection.

An immigration judge granted Giovannie Morrison, 40, deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture on April 30. This form of deportation relief is generally for people who have been convicted of a crime that is classified as an aggravated felony under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Morrison was convicted of assault with a firearm in 2020 and spent a total of about 18 months in the Nevada County jail. By granting him deferral of removal, the judge both determined Morrison should be deported due to his criminal record and that he couldn’t return to his native Jamaica because he could face torture there. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security didn’t appeal the judge’s decision, rendering it final.

How Joe Biden’s immigration plan works, and what it would mean for California

Sacramento Bee

President Joe Biden on his first day in office sent Congress an extensive immigration proposal that could have big implications for California, which is home to the largest undocumented immigrant population in the nation.

The plan, known as the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, would provide a pathway to citizenship to the 11 million unauthorized immigrants living in the United States. About 2 million of them live in California.

Biden’s proposal would have the biggest impact for recipients of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and temporary protected status (TPS) holders, said Kevin R. Johnson, dean of the UC Davis School of Law.

“This is the state with the largest number of immigrants in the United States, the largest number of undocumented immigrants in the United States,” Johnson said. “It’s going to have the biggest impact in California.”