Slated for the Supreme Court’s next term, Jennings v. Rodriguez concerns the government’s power to imprison aliens without bail while their immigration cases are pending. The Obama administration is asking the justices to overturn a 2015 lower court decision holding that the Constitution’s due-process guarantee entitles aliens to seek, if not necessarily obtain, bail after six months of detention.
Successive waves in recent years of more than 100,000 immigrants from Central America — many of them boys and girls who came without their parents — have created a shortage of people who can translate Mayan languages
Yesterday, the leading EB-5 Trade Associations/Coalitions sent a letter to the Senate and House Judiciary Committee Leaders and Members expressing support for extending the EB-5 Regional Center Program and recommending concrete changes.
Attorney Shafer has been awarded Board Certification for her work in Immigration and Nationality Law.
Attorney Vitalia Diaz-Shafer is Board Certified by the the Florida Bar Legal Specialization & Education Department.