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Paperwork Tips For Smooth Border Crossings In General Aviation Aircraft

For those of you who have flown into or out of the U.S. in a general aviation aircraft, you know that extra thought and planning are involved in these flights. And while the process may seem daunting to the uninitiated, … Continue reading

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Letter: ABA opposes separation of children, parents at the border

American Bar Association President Hilarie Bass sent a letter last week to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen expressing the association’s strong opposition to recent actions by the Department of Justice and DHS that … Continue reading

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Honduran Man Kills Himself After Threat of Separation from Family at US Border

From The New York Times: A Honduran man who was told he would be separated from his family after he had crossed the United States border into Texas with them last month strangled himself in his holding cell, according to… … Continue reading

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Family Separation at the Border: Running Afoul of International Law?

In April, the New York Times reported that U.S. immigration officials had separated more than 700 migrant children from adults claiming to be their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. The policy was met with widespread criticism once revealed, with critics … Continue reading

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Hundreds of migrant kids stuck at border stations

Via NBC News:Many children split from their family may soon be taken to military installations because of overcrowding, after the Trump administration announced its “zero tolerance policy” for migrants illegally crossing the border. Read more detail on Recent Immigration Law … Continue reading

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