The Los Angeles Times Jessica Farb, Directing Attorney for the Immigration Center for Women and Children’s San Francisco office reacts to the decision made by the Obama Administration to end a so-called “wet foot, dry foot” policy that granted residency to almost every Cuban who reached U.S. soil.
ICWC Attorney Jessica Farb reacts to Obama Administration decision to end policy affecting Cuban migrants
Video: ICWC Attorney Milli Atkinson featured in video discussing abuse of unaccompanied minors in the U.S.
ICWC Attorney Milli Atkinson was featured in another video report covering abuse suffered by unaccompanied minors from Central American in the U.S. (Associated Press Report, distributed here by AJ+)
Video: ICWC Attorney Milli Atkinson featured in Univision 14 segment covering the abuse of unaccompanied minors in the U.S.
Univision 14 by Video (in Spanish) Univision 14 featured ICWC Attorney Milli Atkinson in their coverage of a report detailing abuse suffered by unaccompanied minors from Central American in the U.S. as they await a decision on their immigration case.
Video: Univision 14 uses the weekly immigration segment to discuss SB674 with ICWC San Francisco Directing Attorney Jessica Farb in their studios
Univision 14 by Video (in Spanish) Univision 14’s anchors invite ICWC SF Directing Attorney Jessica Farb to their studios to discuss the new California law: SB 674. They discuss when the law will go into effect, what that means for potential U visa applicants, and how a potential applicant can prepare in the meantime.
Associated Press via Yahoo! News. ICWC client Nubia Rodriguez shares her U Visa story with the Associated Press in this article that explores CA’s SB 674, which becomes law on January 1, 2016.