Border Crossing Law Firm
The best immigration law firm in Montana.

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News about the Border Crossing Law Firm, our accomplishments, and updates about immigration law.

Shahid Haque informs Latinos in Montana about their rights if they encounter local police officers who ask about their immigration status, as well as what to expect if you are ever arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") and placed into deportation proceedings.
We have a broad and diverse immigrant population in Montana -- more than most realize. There are a lot of issues that immigrants face in Montana. Shahid Haque has represented over a thousand Montana immigrants and their families, and has significant knowledge about issued and trends facing immigrants in Montana.

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Firm Prevails in Lawsuit Against Montana Highway Patrol's Racial Profiling of Latinos

On April 4, 2014, the Border Crossing Law Firm prevailed in its class action lawsuit against the Montana Highway Patrol, which was brought because the Montana Highway Patrol was engaging in a practice of detaining Latino drivers and passengers for the purpose of checking into their immigration status.

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Firm Wins Permanent Residence for Client Who Entered the U.S. Without Inspection at Age 10

Today, the Firm won permanent residence for a client from Mexico who had entered the United States without inspection in 1993, when he was only 10 years old. For the last 16 years, our client has lived in the United States without documented status, getting work as he could find it. After today, he can search for a job on the open market, and pursue a fair living wage for himself and his family.

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Firm Wins Permanent Residence for Client Who Entered the U.S. Without Inspection at Age 10

Today, the Firm won permanent residence for a client from Mexico who had entered the United States without inspection in 1993, when he was only 10 years old. For the last 16 years, our client has lived in the United States without documented status, getting work as he could find it. After today, he can search for a job on the open market, and pursue a fair living wage for himself and his family.

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