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Undocumented Immigrant
After a threat by President Trump to withhold $300 million in funding, the mayor of Miami-Dade ordered jails within the county to surrender undocumented detainees to federal officials last year. This action was met with protest from advocates for undocumented immigrants and praise from those who support draconian measures for those who have entered or...
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Detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement
A recent incident at the Fort Lauderdale Greyhound bus station has put a spotlight on the practices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Florida. ICE officials removed a passenger from a Greyhound bus on January 22, 2018, after entering the vehicle and asking for proof of citizenship from all individuals on board. According to...
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Miami Deportation
More than 100 protesters marched in Miami on January 17, 2018, to show their support for recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS). These two immigration programs are currently under attack by the Trump administration and have cast doubt on the future of those currently in the U.S. under...
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Miami Immigration Arrest
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been significantly more active over the past year and has had a major impact on legal and undocumented immigrants in the Miami-Dade area. According to figures compiled by the Miami Herald, 436 people have been remanded to ICE custody by the Miami-Dade jail system. This amounts to more than...
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My process was difficult and I was hopeless. In the first meeting he said that was complicated but they will work hard to get it done for me. The whole process they kept me updated,they answered all my questions and help me out through the whole process step by step. Now I got my green...
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Miami H-2B Visas
All About Miami H-2B Visas An article recently published in Construction Claims magazine highlights the growing demand for skilled construction workers and the importance of the H-2B visa program in ensuring an adequate labor pool for these jobs. The H-2B visa program is currently the only method available for many companies to fill critical positions...
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Somali Detainees in Miami
A class-action lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on behalf of 92 Somali detainees who are currently facing deportation. These individuals were reportedly held in shackles in an airplane for more than 48 hours without proper toilet facilities. When...
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Miami Immigration Fraud
Officials at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently took more than 40 people into custody in association with a fraudulent marriage racket in the state of Florida. According to immigration experts, this represents just the tip of the iceberg in terms of Miami immigration fraud perpetrated by false marriages in Miami and throughout the state....
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Haitian Immigrants in Florida
More than 24,000 Haitian Immigrants in Florida Could Be Deported Soon According to figures compiled by the Migration Policy Institute, about 24,000 Haitians are currently living in the state of Florida under the provisions of temporary protected status (TPS). These immigrants typically entered the U.S. in the aftermath of natural disasters that included hurricanes, earthquakes...
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Miami DREAM Act Lawyer
A December 4, 2017, protest outside the offices of Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Mario Diaz-Balart was somewhat disrupted by the arrival of a Border Patrol vehicle, which circled the gathering in what was believed to be an effort to intimidate those gathered there. The protest was intended to support the Dreamers, children of immigrants...
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