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Luis Pedrote-Salinas is facing deportation because his name is in the Chicago Police gang database. But this longtime client of Shiller Preyar Law Offices has never been in a gang. He's never even been charged with a crime.
El 5 de septiembre del 2017 el presidente Donald Trump anunció la eliminación del programa de DACA, dándole al congreso 6 meses para actuar. Esto es lo que tiene que saber y lo que puede hacer.
On September 5, 2017 President Donald Trump announced the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, giving Congress 6 months to respond. Here's what you need to know, and what you can do.
SPLO lead immigration attorney Chris Bergin notified ICE officials on August 23 that his client, Francisca Lino, will choose sanctuary over self-deportation.
On August 4 Illinois Senator Duckworth and Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto introduced four bills to the U.S. senate aimed at protecting U.S. military veterans from deportation or loss of healthcare due to immigration status
Attorney Chris Bergin helped Edgar R. Reina obtain his legal permanent residency through same sex marriage, making it Shiller Preyar's first of its kind.
On June 14th Elvira Arellano/Emma Lozano Leadership Institute of Faith Based Organizing held The First Annual Unity Dinner to recognize individuals who have made a difference this year for Immigrant rights. Some people in attendance included: Jesse Jackson, Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, Bobby Rush, Congressman Luis Guiterrez and Shiller Preyar Law Offices' own John Antia and Chris Bergin.
On October 17th, Shiller Preyar Law attorney John Antia and Roberto Lopez joined Pastora Emma Lozano of the Adalberto United Methodist Church, members of Familia Unida Latina Sin Froneras, LULAC and others on a trip to Texas meet with Leaders from Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Their goal was to reunite 3 families that have been separated by the US-Mexico border.