Study finds fewer Illegal Mexican Immigrants in U.S.

According to the Orange County Register, the population of Mexicans in the U.S. illegally shrank by about one million from 2007 to 2011 due to fewer job opportunities, heightened border enforcement and a record number of deportations, according to a Pew Hispanic Center analysis of governmental data from both the U.S. and Mexico.  From 2007-2011 the number of Mexicans in the United States illegally dropped from 7 million to 6.1 million.  Fifty eight percent of unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. are Mexican.  Among the undocumented immigrants who leave the United States, an estimated 5% to 35% have been deported, while the rest opt to go back voluntarily – often taking U.S.-born children with them.  For information regarding Immigration Bonds call Penny Bail Bonds anytime at 714-279-9676 or 1-866-736-6977.  You can also visit us at

Where to find Immigration Forms

All immigration forms for public use can be downloaded from the following site:

Immigration forms are listed by title, and include the form number, filing fee and edition. Additionally, you can search for a specific form by category. The immigration categories are:

  • Employment based form
  • Family based form
  • Green card based form
  • Humanitarian benefits based form
  • Citizenship and naturalization based form

Make sure you pay close  attention to the USCIS warning about using an immigration form from a non-USCIS website:

Many non-USCIS websites offer immigration forms. Some will sell you a downloadable form for a fee. These sites are not affiliated with USCIS, and these sites may not have the latest versions of forms. In some circumstances, use of older forms may result in your application or petition being denied or delayed. The latest version of these forms is always available on

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Family Law Attorneys using Social Media for evidence in court

Using social media can have legal implications if you are going through a messy divorce.  Family law attorneys are using social media sites such as Twitter, and Facebook to find a lot of useful  information on cheating, and lying spouses during the divorce proceedings.  Divorce lawyers can get access to your  tweets, status updates, and pins.  Your social media actions may speak louder than you realize.  Social media profiles can reveal your state of mind, proof of communication, proof of time and place, and evidence of your actions.  When using Facebook you can not reasonably expect privacy, therefore you should not post anything you want to keep hidden from the other party involved in your divorce.  To be on the safe side make sure you talk to your attorney regarding the use of social media sites while going through a divorce.

Orange County DUI Checkpoints

According to the Orange County Register, various police departments throughout Orange County have scheduled DUI and drivers’ license checkpoints on Friday night and for next weekend.  On April 6, 2012 from 8:00 pm to 3:00 am La Habra police will be conducting their checkpoints at an undisclosed location.  The California Highway Patrol will conduct a DUI checkpoint in the unincorporated section of Midway City from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am.  The Garden Grove Police department will be setting up their checkpoints from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am on April 14, 2012.  The Auto Mobile Club estimates that a first time DUI conviction in California can cost about $12,162 or more in fines, penalties, restitution, legal fees, and increased car insurance.  When in doubt, call a cab for a safe ride home.  For DUI bail bond information in Orange County, please call Penny Bail Bonds ANYTIME at 1-866-736-6977 or visit us at or

ICE arrests 206 LA area fugitives in a National Immigration Sweep

According to the Associated Press, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 206 immigration fugitives and convicted illegal immigrants in the Los Angeles area during a national immigration sweep.  The six-day operation was named “Cross Check” and ended Thursday with 3,100 arrests nationwide.  One hundred six of the 206 immigrants arrested had convictions for serious or violent crimes.  One hundred twenty four were arrested in Los Angeles County, 34 in Orange County, 15 in Riverside County, 14 in San Bernardino County, 10 in Ventura County, and 9 in Santa Barbara County.  Almost 80 of these locals arrested were already removed from the United States.  For information regarding Immigration Bonds please call Penny Bail Bonds at 1-866-736-3977 or visit us at or