201604.02
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Violence Against Women Panel at WE Con Austin 2016

by on April 2, 2016 in Blog, English

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, Austin immigration attorney, hosted a panel at this year's Women's Empowerment Conference (WE Con) about Violence Against Women. WE Con aims to build a community for all women of all ages where they can share ideas, notes of wisdom, and work together to cultivate self-empowerment. Many times women do not have the resources...

201510.23
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Family Detention Center in Pennsylvania Faces Likely Shutdown In Major Victory for Immigrants

PA Dept of Human Services Sends Letter Questioning Berks County Center’s License to Detain Children Leesport, Pennsylvania (10/22/15)—Today, in a major blow to Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) practice of detaining children and families, and a remarkable victory for immigrants in Pennsylvania and across the country, the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (PA DHS) issued...

201510.09
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Pilgrimage for Immigrant Families: November 19-21

by on October 9, 2015 in asylum, Blog, English

This year marks the one year anniversary of President Obama's executive action on immigration. Join Austin immigration lawyer Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch & thousands of immigrant families on their three day pilgrimage to ask Gov. Greg Abott to address his opposition to progressive immigration reform. The event, hosted by Workers Defense Project, takes place from November 19...

UT Law CLE Conference 2015
201510.07
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UT Law CLE Conference 2015

by on October 7, 2015 in Blog, English

Austin Immigration Attorney Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch attends 39th Annual UT Law CLE Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law to speak about family detention and immigration law. The conference gathered nationally recognized experts including, Margaret D. Stock, Ira J. Kurzbahn and Ron Klasko to discuss the latest developments in immigration law practice. Kate spoke about the history of family detention, the current state...

Refugees in US Detention Centers
201509.25
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Refugees in US Detention Centers

by on September 25, 2015 in asylum, Blog, English

Central American refugees fleeing violence in their states have found trouble at the border for seeking asylum. Immigrants in the above video explain that it would be safer for themselves as well as for their families to reside in the US. Unfortunately, the current political climate on immigration in the US has left little room...

Gang-Related Asylum Cases
201506.01
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Gang-Related Asylum Cases

Gang-Related Asylum Cases in the United States This page serves as a resource for attorneys and advocates representing asylum applicants fleeing persecution from violent criminal gangs. Refugees Fleeing Gang Violence An increasing number of persons from Central America are applying for asylum in the United States based on the persecution they suffered after being targeted...