Category: Immigration Law

Sponsors of Migrant Children Face Steep Transport Fees and Red Tape

Astrid Lockwood, a senior associate with The Federal Practice Group, speaks with Miriam Jordan of the New York Times about parents having to pay the airfare to regain custody of their children after they were separated by the government.

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WTOP follows the story of a mother and son who were separated for more than a month because of ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy

Astrid Lockwood, a senior associate with The Federal Practice Group, has the story of a mother and son reuniting covered by WTOP.

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Migrant Parents Wait and Hope for Their Children: ‘I Feel Like I’m Going to Die’

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Immigration Attorney Obtains Rare Bond Hearing Since Session’s Zero Tolerance Policy

Attorney General Jeff Session’s “Zero Tolerance” immigration policy has garnered national backlash for the practice of separating children from families when seeking asylum in the US. The most heartbreaking part of the process is parents are detained with no timeline or plan of when or how they will be reunited with their children. Astrid Lockwood, […]

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