[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With news flying a mile a minute, it's sometimes difficult to keep up.  Two recent immigration stories we've blogged about have been back in the news. Government on Track to Reunite Families Separated at the Border Original story: Federal Judge Rules that Separated Families Must be Reunited The judge who ordered the Trump administration to reunite migrant families separated at the border has said that the government is on track to meet the court-ordered deadline tomorrow.  According to administration figures, 1,637 parents are eligible to be reunited with their children.  1,012 of those parents have already been reunited with their children. Additional numbers were provided by the Justice Department.
  • 914 parents are ineligible to be reunited with their children.
  • 37 children separated at the border have not been matched with a parent.
  • 463 parents were possibly deported without their children.
  • 20 families have been deported after reunification.
See the full news story here. Judge Orders Release of Pizza Delivery Man from Immigration Detention Original story: Immigration Story out of New York is a Sign of the Times A judge ordered the immediate release of an undocumented man attempting to deliver pizza to a military base in New York City on Tuesday. Pablo Villavicencio Calderon has been in immigration detention since his arrest on June 1. At the time of his arrest, Calderon was married to an American citizen and had a pending green card application. Federal district court judge Paul A. Crotty, a George W. Bush appointee, granted Calderon a stay of deportation while his permanent residency case is considered. Crotty had some pointed questions for the U.S. government lawyer tasked with keeping Calderon locked up, asking if the government's case against Calderon displayed "any concept of justice". See the full news story here.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator color="custom" border_width="2" accent_color="#90231a"][vc_column_text]The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth provides immigration legal help to people who want to work and live in the United States.  Our immigration lawyers can make the process of applying for permanent residency or a work visa simple.  For a free consultation, call us today at 888-517-9888.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]