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Having to appear in court is stressful for most people. But imagine having to appear in court in a country where you don’t speak the language, you don’t understand the rules, you don’t have a lawyer, there is a government prosecutor who is arguing that you should be deported, and there’s an immigration judge who uses lots of legal terms you don’t understand, and who also seems to want you to leave the country. And imagine you’re afraid to go back to your home country because you’re pretty sure you’ll be killed if you do – but no one in immigration court seems willing to listen to your story. That’s what U.S. immigration court is like for many non-citizens.In this episode, we’re going to do a deep dive into the world of immigration court. We’re joined today by Matthew Archambault, who has been practicing immigration law for over 20 years. Matthew sp ...   ...  Read more
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