Month: July 2015

Is Asylum Really Working?

The United States of America is the land of the free, as many like to call it. But is this what our immigration policies demonstrate?…

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More Than 35,000 Cubans May Be Deported

With the recent change in policy between the United States and Cuba, more than 35,000 nationals of Cuba who have been ordered removed or deported…

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DHS Proposes Expansion of Provisional Waiver Program

On July 14th, the Homeland Security Secretary issued a proposed expansion of the provisional waiver for unlawful presence rule. This will be published in the…

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The Basics of Immigration & Naturalization

Becoming a U.S. citizen is done in two ways: through birth or naturalization. Naturalization allows Permanent Residents to become citizens and gives them the rights…

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Diplomatic Relations with Cuba

After more than fifty years, The United States and Cuba will be reopening their respective embassies in both Washington D.C. and Havana. Diplomatic relations between…

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