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Push to clear massive immigration court backlog ends up causing chaos for some Maryland clients, attorneys say

October 25, 2022

Immigration lawyer Alexandra Ribe started noticing recently that the court dates of many of her clients’ cases were suddenly being moved up — oftentimes without official mailed notice from the courts. One such case involved a woman from El Salvador who had come to the United States seeking asylum after refusing to follow the orders of gang members to kill a child, said Ribe, an immigration attorney who represents clients in Maryland and Virginia and serves as an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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