On June 28th, 2018, women from all over the country were invited and summoned to protest in Washington D.C against President Donald Trump and his administration’s hard measures regarding “zero tolerance” towards immigration, in this case family based immigration, and family detention centers such as the ones where thousands of children are being locked in and separated from their parents and/or guardians. If you or someone you know was affected by these unjust measures, we highly advise you to call our highly dedicated family immigration lawyer in Los Angeles now, to help you and your loved ones find the most effective and rapid solutions.
One thing that caught many people’s attention and made many headlines was the fact that the brave women and individuals who protested for the rights of our fellow immigrants, risked it all and were handcuffed and arrested for simply peacefully protesting. Among the brave women and individuals, it was reported that Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal attended and was handcuffed, taken into custody as well.
More in depth, the protest, which was organized by Women’s March, was self-organized via social media and proclaimed as an act of civil disobedience, which may have been the reason for many arrests. In the protest the brave women and individuals demanded that the Trump administration immediately culminate the act of criminalization towards the undocumented immigrants and to also, terminate the separation of families between parents and their children.
As mentioned previously, many women and individuals were summoned and encouraged to march in the protest, and as a result, culminated in many arrests. So, if you or someone you know was involved and arrested in the protest that took place on June 28th, and was undocumented, we highly advise you to call an immigration lawyer Pasadena and the Los Angeles community has trusted for over the past decade. In addition to this, we highly recommend that you consult with our family immigration lawyer before deciding to attend a march, as it is highly dangerous since it puts you at risk for deportation if you are undocumented and then arrested. Too, we advise for everyone who is undocumented to cautiously and intelligently think about your future and the vulnerability you put yourself into, by attending.
Call Alami Law at 1-888-990-6020 now, and get a hold of knowledgeable, caring and professional attorneys who have your, and only your, best interests in mind to help you and your family avoid the painful separation and division the Trump administration has in their agenda for undocumented immigrants.