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Lawyer, Memes, and New York: A Defender of the Constitution, With No Legal Right to Live Here Lizbeth Mateo in her office in a day laborer center in Pasadena. Ms. Mateo, now a lawyer, was born in Mexico and has lived in the United States for years as an undocumented immigrant. EMILY BERL FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES Last month, Ms. Mateo was officially sworn in as a lawyer, taking an oath to uphold the United States Constitution. After years of flaunting her status as undocumented and openly defying immigration law, she is now part of the legal system and hopes to represent clients who, like her, entered the United States illegally. LOS ANGELES β€” She spends her days preparing legal strategies to help undocumented immigrants stay in the country. But at any moment, Lizbeth Mateo could be picked up for deportation herself. She is an immigration lawyer with her own immigration lawyer. Last month, Ms. Mateo was officially sworn in as a lawyer, taking an oath to uphold the United States Constitution. After years of flaunting her status as undocumented and openly defying immigration law, she is now part of the legal system and hopes to represent clients who, like her, entered the United States illegally. Allowing undocumented immigrants to work as lawyers is a sign of just how far the acceptance of such immigrants has come in places like California. When Kevin de LeΓ³n, the leader of the California State Senate, presided over Ms. Mateo’s swearing-in ceremony, he called her the embodiment of the American dream. But Ms. Mateo is setting out to practice law in a new era: President Trump, whose vows to seal off the border with a wall energized supporters, has made clear that all undocumented immigrants could be deported. Some immigrants have responded by going into hiding while others prepare to return home. Source: NY Times
Lawyer, Memes, and New York: A Defender of the
 Constitution, With No Legal
 Right to Live Here
 Lizbeth Mateo in her office in a day laborer center in Pasadena.
 Ms. Mateo, now a lawyer, was born in Mexico and has lived in the
 United States for years as an undocumented immigrant.
 EMILY BERL FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
 Last month, Ms. Mateo was officially sworn
 in as a lawyer, taking an oath to uphold the
 United States Constitution. After years of
 flaunting her status as undocumented and
 openly defying immigration law, she is now
 part of the legal system and hopes to
 represent clients who, like her, entered the
 United States illegally.
LOS ANGELES β€” She spends her days preparing legal strategies to help undocumented immigrants stay in the country. But at any moment, Lizbeth Mateo could be picked up for deportation herself. She is an immigration lawyer with her own immigration lawyer. Last month, Ms. Mateo was officially sworn in as a lawyer, taking an oath to uphold the United States Constitution. After years of flaunting her status as undocumented and openly defying immigration law, she is now part of the legal system and hopes to represent clients who, like her, entered the United States illegally. Allowing undocumented immigrants to work as lawyers is a sign of just how far the acceptance of such immigrants has come in places like California. When Kevin de LeΓ³n, the leader of the California State Senate, presided over Ms. Mateo’s swearing-in ceremony, he called her the embodiment of the American dream. But Ms. Mateo is setting out to practice law in a new era: President Trump, whose vows to seal off the border with a wall energized supporters, has made clear that all undocumented immigrants could be deported. Some immigrants have responded by going into hiding while others prepare to return home. Source: NY Times

LOS ANGELES β€” She spends her days preparing legal strategies to help undocumented immigrants stay in the country. But at any moment, Lizbeth...

America, Birthday, and Friday: Illinois Governor Signs Bill to Make August 4 "Barack Obama Day" @balleralert Illinois Governor Signs Bill to Make August 4 β€œBarack Obama Day” – blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Last week, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed a new measure into law to honor former President BarackObama for his dedication to the state, where he began his political career. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Earlier this year, Senate Bill 55 was passed by both the Senate and the House without a single vote against it. On Friday, Rauner signed the bill into law to designate August 4th "Barack Obama Day,” a commemorative state holiday. The holiday will be celebrated on Obama’s birthday, beginning next year. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The bill states the holiday will be "observed throughout the State as a day set apart to honor the 44th President of the United States of America who began his career serving the people of Illinois in both Illinois State Senate and the United States Senate, and dedicated his life to protect the rights of Americans and building bridges across communities.”
America, Birthday, and Friday: Illinois Governor Signs Bill to Make
 August 4 "Barack Obama Day"
 @balleralert
Illinois Governor Signs Bill to Make August 4 β€œBarack Obama Day” – blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Last week, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed a new measure into law to honor former President BarackObama for his dedication to the state, where he began his political career. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Earlier this year, Senate Bill 55 was passed by both the Senate and the House without a single vote against it. On Friday, Rauner signed the bill into law to designate August 4th "Barack Obama Day,” a commemorative state holiday. The holiday will be celebrated on Obama’s birthday, beginning next year. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The bill states the holiday will be "observed throughout the State as a day set apart to honor the 44th President of the United States of America who began his career serving the people of Illinois in both Illinois State Senate and the United States Senate, and dedicated his life to protect the rights of Americans and building bridges across communities.”

Illinois Governor Signs Bill to Make August 4 β€œBarack Obama Day” – blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Last week, Illinois Governor Bruce R...