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The Dearly Deported Finally Depart: DE Supreme Court Affirms on Issue of Illegal Aliens
Posted on 6 Feb 2013 by Cassandra Roberts

Folks, I will make this brief. If you want more detail check my posts of 2/9/12 and 10/25/12 regarding what happens when an illegal alien is deported and is thus not available for a ("DME"). The IAB as well as the Superior Court rejected the... Read More

The Dearly Deported—Illegal Alien Status Does Not Work a Forfeiture in Delaware
Posted on 10 Feb 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

It is good to be back. For those who have been out of the loop, Young Conaway moved its office from the Brandywine Building to the Courthouse on Rodney Square. Beautiful new digs, all the better to inspire the muse. Unpacking the 25 box Case Law Library... Read More

The Dearly Deported, Take Two…..DE Superior Court Affirms IAB Decision In Favor Of Illegal Aliens
Posted on 25 Oct 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

If you have already read today's News Journal or my colleague Molly DiBianca's Delaware Employment Law Blog, then I am a little late to the party. Perhaps you recall my post of 2/9/12 titled "The Dearly Deported-Illegal Alien Status does... Read More

The Dearly Deported, Take Two…..DE Superior Court Affirms IAB Decision In Favor Of Illegal Aliens
Posted on 25 Oct 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

If you have already read today's News Journal or my colleague Molly DiBianca's Delaware Employment Law Blog, then I am a little late to the party. Perhaps you recall my post of 2/9/12 titled "The Dearly Deported-Illegal Alien Status does... Read More

The Dearly Deported—Illegal Alien Status Does Not Work a Forfeiture in Delaware
Posted on 10 Feb 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

It is good to be back. For those who have been out of the loop, Young Conaway moved its office from the Brandywine Building to the Courthouse on Rodney Square. Beautiful new digs, all the better to inspire the muse. Unpacking the 25 box Case Law Library... Read More

MO: Commission Rejects "Illegal Alien" Defense
Posted on 22 Jul 2011 by Martin Klug

The employer argued that the claimant was not entitled to any benefits because she was an illegal alien. The claimant, 42, admits she was trying to "work out" her immigration status. She admitted crossing the Mexican border illegally 19 years... Read More