Month: October 2014

Haitians to be offered Expedited Visas to the United States under Family Reunification

The Republic of Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, with four-fifths of its population in abject poverty and three-fifths of the population…

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The Second Wave of Immigration that Hit the United States Filled with Diversity

The first wave of immigration into the United States occurred as far back as the 1880s to the 1920s. This wave of immigrants was by…

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Immigration Officer Who Took Bribes Sentenced

In Los Angeles, California this week, former Immigration Officer Mai Nhu Nguyen was sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison for a plea of…

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Colorado Faces a Demand in Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

Colorado recently became the 11th state to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license without providing information regarding their immigration status in the United…

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Hispanics Engagement in this Election

It is estimated that at this year’s election there are an additional 21% of Latinos who have become naturalized citizens meaning that 24 million are…

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Philadelphia Immigration Court Overwhelmed By Undocumented Children Cases

The United States Immigration Court, located in the Federal Building at Ninth and Market Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is not one of the largest courts…

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Florida Candidates on Immigration Reform

In Miami, Florida, the race for Congress between two candidates rest, largely, on their stance on immigration. Miami consists of a very large Hispanic community…

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Diaz-Balart on Immigration Reform

In a recent interview with Fox News, Mario Diaz-Balart says that he believes that the next window for passing comprehensive immigration reform is early next…

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