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New York Times Article: “Mr. Trump: I Am an Immigrant With a Criminal Record”

 

Voice of America News Segment On Deportation

Washington Post

The front page of the October 4 Washington Post metro section told the heartbreaking story of Jim Tom Haynes’ client, Lundy Khoy, a 31-year old Cambodian green card holder who came to the U.S. as a refugee when she was a baby but never became a U.S. citizen. When Lindy was 19 she made a stupid mistake: she was arrested with some ecstasy her boyfriend gave her and then charged and convicted with possession with intent to distribute. She served three months in jail and was placed on probation for three years. End of story for most, but not Khoy. Because she was a lawful permanent resident and not a U.S. citizen, the criminal conviction triggered unimaginable immigration consequences: Khoy has been fighting a 12-year deportation battle and the prospect of being sent to a country she has never even visited.

 

Food Service Monthly

Haynes Novick Immigration attorney Amy Novick is a columnist for the magazine Food Service Monthly, where she writes about immigration issues facing the restaurant and hospitality industry. View some of her past articles below:

02/2014- E-Verify: What Is It, Employers Obligations and What Your Data Tells the Government

03/2013- Comprehensive Immigration Reform on Fast Track: Concrete Bill Expected in March

06/2012- I-9 Compliance: Employers Need Action Plan and Vigilance

01/2012- ‘Extraordinary Ability’ Visas for Chefs; It’s Easier Than You Think

Immigration Newsletter

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