Immigration Attorney Indera fears that this new deal and more arrests will cause a backlog in immigration courts. And the treatment of people with minor offenses can be detained and held by ICE the same way people with serious felonies can.

Read the published article from NBC 2: Suspected Illegal Immigrants in SWFL Can Now be Detained for 48 Hours

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Sarah Ramirez-Martinez
Post by Sarah Ramirez-Martinez
January 22, 2018
I was born in San Jose, California but proudly raised in Southwest Florida. I come from a seven-member Mexican household where I learned that faith, honesty, and dedication were the family recipe for success. My area of focus in our firm is Removal Defense, whether it’s helping clients structure their strongest detailed packet or assisting the attorney in any court proceedings. My intent after graduating from my current paralegal studies program at Florida SouthWestern is to continue my path to law school. “They took so much away, that eventually, my fear disappeared too, Si Se Puede Señores! -Sarah Ramirez-Martinez