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Law Enforcement Professionals
Call for Immigration Reform
By Christopher Stender,
Immigration Attorney
Introduction
• Christopher Stender, an experienced immigration attorney,
currently serves as a partner in a San Diego law ...
Immigration Reform
• The Task Force seeks to convince government that such reforms
would discourage criminal activity that...
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Law Enforcement Professionals Call for Immigration Reform

  1. 1. Law Enforcement Professionals Call for Immigration Reform By Christopher Stender, Immigration Attorney
  2. 2. Introduction • Christopher Stender, an experienced immigration attorney, currently serves as a partner in a San Diego law firm. Immigration attorney Christopher Stender has secured many published decisions from the Board of Immigration Appeals and won cases on appeal in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. On May 12, 2015, a group of law enforcement professionals visited Capitol Hill to advocate for immigration reform. The meeting included members of the Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force, a group that convened in January to promote legislation that protects immigrants and focuses federal immigration enforcement efforts on those individuals who pose a threat to public safety.
  3. 3. Immigration Reform • The Task Force seeks to convince government that such reforms would discourage criminal activity that preys on immigrants' fear of deportation. Several of the Obama administration's key immigration personnel attended the group's May meeting, including Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske. Officially termed a panel discussion, the meeting elicited statistics from participants such as California's annual spending of $1.1 billion to house incarcerated unauthorized immigrants. Although these statistics have gathered increasing support for the Task Force among law enforcement professionals, administration operatives urge caution in the face of a federal government that is divided on the issue.

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