U.S. Lawyers criticize the attitude of the Secretary of State

City of Mexico (November 19 2016) .- Lawyers who defend Immigrants in the United States criticized the measures announced by the Secretary of State regarding how to deal with Mexican citizens before the plans of President-elect Donald Trump take effect.

  • "For us it is a horror that this is the attitude of our country (U.S)  trying to help Mexico. To me it is an scandalous situation" - Robert M. Warren for Reforma.com

WHY AYOTZINAPA MATTERS

The disappearance of 43 college student in rural Mexico two years ago in rural ought to matter to all of us as parents and people concerned with respect for human. In a case that the incoming Trump administration likely has no interest in addressing the relevance is extremely important.

I recently traveled to the Mexican state of Guerrero as part of an American legal fact-finding mission to learn about what happened to these young men who were studying to become teachers in their rural towns and villages in Mexico. 

Running for Ayotzinapa

We are a community of amateur athletes that  run supporting the cause of the 43 kidnapped students from the Normal Rural of Ayotzinapa !!!

Lawyer Robert Warrent tells us about Ayotzinapa during the 121st edition of the Boston Marathon where Mexican Athletes carried the "43" shirt in solidarity with the families of the missing boys, said sports event is part of the 6 most important marathons in the world, Known as the World Marathon Majors.


Human Rights in Latin America

Attorney Warren discusses History and Human Rights in Latin America and how they relate to Immigration trends during a presentation for Newton North High School for their Hispanic Heritage Week 

Immigration panel at Brookline High School

The Legal Studies classes at Brookline Highschool hosted this panel with the purpose of learning more about the resources, policies, and challenges affecting the Immigrant population. Featured in the panel were

  • Attorney Robert M. Warren
  • Toni Machowsky from the Massachusetts Immigration and Refugee Association (MIRA)
  • Jennifer Klein from the Boston Public Defender's Office
  • Amy C. Staffier from the Harvard University Admissons Office
  • Marisa Howe from Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

The panel discussion ranged from the legal rights of Immigrants in MA, sanctuary schools, path to legal immigration and the immigration court process, as well as where to find trusted immigration resources.