Laboni Hoq's upbringing as an immigrant from Bangladesh and her travels around the world inspired her to be a voice for the underdog. She says the vast majority of undocumented immigrants in the US do have rights, including that of due process: being presented with information about what you did wrong and given the opportunity to explain your situation. She says that despite his severe crackdown on immigration, President Trump has given attorneys great ammunition to expand the rights and establish legal precedent for millions in the United States.
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