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Rebecca Sosa quoted in the New York Times


The New York Times recently quoted Rebecca Sosa in the article, "Is the Recent Spike in Marriages a Trump Bump?", by Emily S. Rueb.

Excerpt from the NYTimes article:

Rebecca Sosa, an immigration lawyer in New York City, said “it’s logical and practical” for couples to consider how getting married “will help them stay together and provide immigration benefits and protection to the immigrant spouse.”

“Given that immigrants have been the No. 1 group targeted as victims of hate crimes and discriminatory incidents,” she added, acquiring legal immigration status “is a natural response to try and defend yourself and your loved ones.”

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Excerpt from the New York Law Journal article:

... [I]mmigrants are still concerned about what a Trump presidency means for their status.

"Everyone's been in a state of panic," said Rebecca Sosa, a New York City solo immigration attorney.
She said that, while there have yet to be any fully formed proposals as to how the Trump
administration will handle immigration, she and other advocates have been organizing to ensure that
immigrants will have protection.

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Rebecca Sosa quoted in the New York Law Journal