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That sounds about right, but where is your attorney in all of this? Did you notify and pose this question to him/her?
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Those enrolled in ISAP must also comply with a series of requirements such as notification by phone, and home visits by a case specialist without prior warning to ensure they check-in at ISAP and make all court appearances.
If you have been summoned for by the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP) and are in the Electronic Monitoring Device (EMD) Program, you are in a serious situation. If you have not already retained an immigration attorney, you will need to.
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