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#HappyBirthday E from Sarah Brown at Miley and Brown, P.C.!
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At USCIS with attorney Sarah Brown of Miley & Brown in Dallas.
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As seen on www.aila.org (The American Immigration Lawyers Association website):

Mothers and Children Detained in Violation of Court Order Plead for Freedom
Sixty-nine mothers who have been detained with their children at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, wrote a public letter to ICE pleading for an end to their imprisonment. In the letter and accompanying testimonials, the mothers describe the impact that their prolonged detention has had on themselves and their children, including deep depression, "suicidal thoughts, prolonged insomnia and loss of appetite, and a sense of desperation."
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As reported at www.aila.org for the American Immigration Lawyers Association:

McClatchyDC: Obama Administration Pulled Back to Court over Family Detention
McClatchyDC reports that attorneys for detained mothers and children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America filed a motion with the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on Tuesday to enforce the Flores settlement agreement, arguing that the Obama administration continues to detain children in deplorable and unsanitary conditions in CBP facilities in violation of the settlement and the court's orders. The motion asserts that children are still detained without adequate food and bathrooms, not advised of their rights, and obstructed from their right to counsel.
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BuzzFeed News: U.S. Immigration Department Sued over "Unlawful Delay" of Citizenship Applications of Muslims
BuzzFeed News reports that thirteen Muslim plaintiffs filed a lawsuit on Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri alleging that USCIS unlawfully delays the citizenship applications of Muslim immigrants by applying different rules under the Controlled Application Review and Resolution Program (CARRP). "Plaintiffs bring this action to compel the USCIS to finally—after years of waiting—adjudicate their pending applications for naturalization as required by law," the complaint states. Jim Hacking, AILA member and lead attorney on the case, stated that CARRP discriminates against Muslims because it "holds Muslim immigration applicants to a higher legal standard."

As seen on the website for the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
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Congratulations on your naturalization day! Thank you very much for choosing Miley & Brown to assist with your needs!
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EP at USCIS with attorney Sarah Brown from Miley & Brown.
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#HappyBirthday Jais from Miley and Brown, P.C.!
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#HappyBirthday Griselda from Miley and Brown, P.C.!
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Abdul A and attorney Gary Frost from Miley & Brown at USICS in Dallas, Texas
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