Carlos Batara, Immigration Attorney

Carlos Batara, Immigration Attorney

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Riverside, CA  ·  Carlos Batara is a Southern California and Arizona immigration lawyer specializing in deportation defense, green cards, citizenship, immigration court hearings.
Carlos Batara, Immigration Attorney
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is embarking on a major campaign to turn public opinion against the nation's largely family-based immigration system.

The haste and exuberance of ICE to deport immigrants with pending cases appears again.

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Lost Your Immigration Case? Judges Make Mistakes.

A new report on the motives of unaccompanied minors from Central America Northern Triangle countries (Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador) was recently published by the Center For Migration Studies.

A new report on the motives of unaccompanied minors from Central America Northern Triangle countries (Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador) was recently published by the Center For Migration Studies.

As one might expect, the numbers for deportation of immigrants increased this year, but not enough to satisfy Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

As one might expect, the numbers for deportation of immigrants increased this year, but not enough to satisfy Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

As one might expect, the numbers for deportation of immigrants increased this year, but not enough to satisfy Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

As one might expect, the numbers for deportation of immigrants increased this year, but not enough to satisfy Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The Impact Of Avoidable Immigration Actions  The study of history, it’s been said, is the study of unintended consequences.  This is true on the personal as well as the public level. For immigrants, especially those from South and Central American countries, the proposition has dire meaning.  Beginning their journeys with uncertainty the norm, most of them realize unplanned events on the trail to the U.S. can lead to life-changing outcomes, abrupt endings, and death.

Riverside Immigration Attorney Shares How Procrastination And Careless Planning Has Set In Motion Epidemic Of Immigrant Disaster In Age Of Trump.