The Immigration Lawyers Association of Phoenix, which represents immigration lawyers in the Phoenix area, said that while it was pleased with the result, the results of the election were not good news for its members.
Phoenix’s largest immigration advocacy group, the Immigration Law Center, said in a statement that it “rejects the notion that we can be complacent about the outcome of the federal election.”
The statement continued, “The Immigration Lawyers have been working hard to protect immigrants, including the undocumented, in this area, and our members are not disappointed with the results.”
Levesques spokesperson said that the election results did not mean that the association will cease work in the area.
The Arizona Republic is not naming her as the organization that lost the election because the group did not have a registered political affiliation at the time of the vote.
The statement added that the Immigration Lawyers were “extremely disappointed” by the results.
Levesques statement also said that she was “not surprised” that the Latino advocacy group was not represented in the election.
In her statement, Levesqes stated that “our members have worked tirelessly for years to ensure that undocumented people are treated fairly and humanely.”
Leveque, a Phoenix attorney who is also the president of the Immigration Reform Law Institute, previously told The Associated Press that she does not feel she has been disrespected by the election, but that she believes her immigration attorney colleagues have been unfairly portrayed.
She said that since her election, her organization has seen a surge in Latino memberships, and that they are still waiting for more memberships to open.
She also said she does hope to see a change in the law.
Leveques statement said that it is “not surprising” that she has not seen an increase in Latino membership.
In a statement on Monday, she also said it was not surprising that she did not see an increase, as she has long supported comprehensive immigration reform.
She added that she thinks her organization is being unfairly portrayed because of her position on immigration.
“My immigration attorneys have been and remain outspoken about our support for comprehensive immigration,” she said.
“They are our voice in the immigration debate.
The way that we have been portrayed is not representative of the whole of our community.”
Levez said that immigration attorneys are the “most outspoken voice” for undocumented immigrants, and said she is proud to represent them.
“I feel the immigrant community is extremely concerned with the future of our country,” she added.
Immigration lawyers are not only concerned about the safety of undocumented immigrants but also about the fairness of immigration in general.
The immigration attorney’s group has fought for the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows undocumented immigrants who arrived as children to work, attend school and obtain legal status.
The program was implemented in the aftermath of the 2016 election, when Trump won the White House.
Levez has been outspoken about the importance of the DACA program.
In January, she said that her organization supports Trump’s deportation policies, but said that undocumented immigrants deserve protections under the law to “be free to build their lives and be successful in their communities.”
The president also issued an executive order in May that temporarily blocked the deportation of roughly 800,000 undocumented immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
Leversque said that if she does receive DACA protections, she would “love to go back to Arizona and represent them.”
“We are here to serve the American people and the immigrant people,” she told The Arizona Press last year.
“We want to protect the people of this country.”
Leversques immigration attorney has also worked on behalf of undocumented families who were denied citizenship.
In 2016, she helped the undocumented parents of two young children, ages 5 and 2, win the right to become U.N. refugees.
The family, who was living in Arizona before the election and was recently reunited with their children, told The AP that Levesquez was one of the lawyers who represented them.
Levensques said that after the election she decided to become an immigration lawyer and work with undocumented immigrants.
“The undocumented immigrant community and undocumented parents are really the people that are really pushing us in that direction,” she noted.
The Immigration Law Institute also said in its statement that Leveques support of comprehensive immigration has not changed.
“Our immigration attorneys will continue to work with their clients and advocacy partners to address the needs of the undocumented community in this country,” the statement continued.
“Phoebe is a skilled immigration attorney who understands the importance and importance of protecting our nation’s borders and the legal rights of our undocumented immigrants.”
Levisque, who also served as Arizona’s attorney general and the state’s attorney-general in the Trump administration, said she hopes that the Trump Administration will listen to the voices of immigrants and not focus on the politics of division.
“At this time, our immigration attorneys feel that their voices and those of their