Let Larkin & Lacey Help You Fight For Your Human Rights

DACA is known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Its goal is to help protect eligible immigrants from deportation. It also helps them get a work permit and doesn’t expire for two years. To be eligible for DACA you must have entered the United States before you turned 16. You must have lived in the United States continuously since 2007. You also can qualify if you came to the U.S. before 2012 without documentation, or your legal status expired as of 2012.

Ken Paxton, a Texas based attorney, sent at letter asking the Trump administration to abolish the DACA program. They are asking that the program not be halted immediately however, they are asking that new applications and renewals be denied. Advocates for DACA as well as “Dreamers” held meetings with John Kelly, the Secretary of Homeland Security. The “Dreamers” are those who are protected under DACA. Many “Dreamers” are from Texas, New York, Florida, California, El Salvador, Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala.

The lawyers at Lacey & Larkin are a group of experienced professionals that can help fight for your human and civil rights. This includes anyone who has been a victim of aggression, legal abuse, censure and anything else that prevents you from being a civilian in the United States. If you have or are facing racism in the United States, you do have rights and should be represented by a qualified attorney. Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are backed by donors and investors who advocate for human rights. The duo created the Frontera Fund which focuses on funding attorneys who fight for migrants’ human and civil rights. This is a subject that Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin know all too well. They both faced discrimination and censure at one time and have spent their careers defending their First Amendment rights. Lacey and Larkin won a settlement of over $3.5 million, allowing other attorney’s offices to fight for their clients when it comes to civil and human rights.

The Frontera Fund continues to support nonprofit organizations and charities that are fighting the fight for civil rights. Ninety-five percent of beneficiaries under DACA, study or work in the United States. This large group of people have contributed millions to universities and colleges around the world. They are respected members of society whom often times pay higher taxes. The Frontera Fund has given clients fighting these social issues a wider pool of lawyers who can successfully represent them.

What To Do In The Tropical Paradise Around Fagali’i Airport

For those who wish to visit a tropical paradise one great choice is Apia, Samoa. To get there most people fly in and land at Fagali’i Airport. This airport is located very closely to Apia, a city of around 38,000 people, and has an airstrip that was paved in July 2002, formerly having been a grass airstrip.

One people land at Fagali’i Airport they will find their luggage pretty quickly as it is a relatively small airport. They can be taken to their hotel by either a hotel shuttle or by one of the taxis that wait outside the terminal for passengers.

The Fagali’i Airport is a public airport that is operated by the Samoa Airport Authority. Polynesian Airlines is the airplane company that currently uses this airport. They have international flights that go to Pago Pago, American Samoa. The flights are about USD $150, or 380 Samoan Tala. This is for a roundtrip ticket per adult. Fagali’i Airport has additional fees and surcharges as well.

Once you’ve landed at Fagali’i Airport and dropped off your luggage at your hotel you will find a number of things to do and see. Apia has a great cultural center, three neat markets to visit, a broad range of places to eat as well as nightspots to enjoy. A lot of this is within walking distance so, for the most part, there is no need to rent a car or take a taxi.

The biggest cultural event that takes place in Apia is near the Fagali’i Airport. The Aggie Grey’s Hotel holds an event on Wednesday evenings called “Fia Fia” according to expedia.com. It features traditional Samoan dances including a spectacular one where they do one called the fire-knife dance that is just what it sounds like.

Just down the road from Fagali’i Airport on Beach Road there is the Museum of Samoa on the first floor of the courthouse according to youtube.com. This has historical photos of the area and its citizens, Lapita pottery, tattoo informational services, and stone adze heads. This is open each weekday from 10:00 to 4:30 and is free for visitors.

Learn more about Fagali’i Airport: http://www.dohop.com/travel-guide/airports/FGI/Fagali’I Airport