A recent ruling sets new constitutional standards for how detainees in California and across the nation must be treated. Judge David C. Bury ruled that the U.S Border Patrol's Tucson detention facility must give all detainees a bed with a blanket, drinkable water, food, showers and medical assessment. The detainees also may not be held longer than 48 hours. The same judge had previously ruled that people who were being held longer than 12 hours had a physiological need to lie down and must be given a sleeping pad and a mylar blanket as well as a shower or body wipe.
When people are facing the threat of deportation, they may be working through a lot of different challenges. Their performance at work may suffer, or they may have already lost their job. Their family members may be having a hard time due to uncertainty and it can be difficult to plan for one's future. Moreover, preparing for court and dealing with various legal matters can be tough as well. For all of these reasons and many more, deportation can lead to overwhelming emotions including depression and unhealthy stress levels.
Deportation involves the removal of a foreign national from a new country of residence. This process can occur for all sorts of reasons, and it can happen to immigrants that are in a country legally, as well as those who are not. Knowing what to do when faced with deportation is a must to ensure your rights are fully respected, which is why USA.gov offers the following information.
Immigration cases can be very tough, not only from an emotional viewpoint but with regard to a person's financial future and career outlook. Moreover, for those who have families, these cases can be very stressful and upsetting, especially if someone is facing the risk of deportation. In this post, we will look into some of the ways in which families in Corona and across the state of California are affected by the threat of deportation.
Because of circumstances that have left you without the proper documentation to remain in the United States, you may worry that staying in California with your family may result in detention and deportation. At U.S. Law Center, our legal team works with immigrants to explain their rights and uphold these when government agents seek to violate them.