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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Don't File for Asylum in Texas, But If You Did: MOVE

According to a TRAC Report, Immigration Judges in Texas lead the nation in deportations.  The report is available by clicking here.


Immigration Court judges issued 44,204 removal orders as of April 2016. Texas leads the nation with 10,102 removal orders issued, followed by California and Georgia.


If the US Department of Homeland Security denies the asylum case, it will be referred to an Immigration Court judge.  An experienced attorney, such as Blandon Law, will file a motion for change of venue to get the case moved to another court in another state if possible.  Call 954-385-0157 if you or someone you know is currently in proceedings in Texas Immigration Court and needs an experienced asylum lawyer.

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