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Miami-Dade County has shed its sanctuary status in response to President Trump’s executive order.  As a result, undocumented immigrants in Miami are now at a higher risk for deportation. The importance of good immigration lawyers is at an all-time high.  Due to the new Miami-Dade sanctuary policies, immigrants of any status in Miami should seek...
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Immigration Lawyers in Miami: Law Office of Pozo Goldstein Discuss Crossing the Border When you decide that it is time to come to the United States, there are some things you have to keep in mind. Certainly, you want to make sure that you have all of your paperwork so you do not face deportation...
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Miami Immigration Attorney on Immigration Miami has long been a center of immigration for various Latino and Caribbean peoples, but there are certainly more Latino immigrants than all of the other immigrants combined and this has had a tremendous influence on almost every aspect of life in Miami. Not only Cubans When people think of...
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The president has the authority to make sweeping decisions regarding immigration. Since the president occupies the executive branch of government, these decisions can come unexpectedly and disrupt policies without going through the traditional bureaucratic process. As a long-time Florida immigration attorney, I have seen the kind of effects that presidential actions can have on the...
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A new study from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) found that undocumented immigrants in the United States pay roughly $11.6 billion in taxes every year. This number includes local and state taxes. On average, undocumented immigrants pay about 8% of their incomes in taxes. About Half of Undocumented Immigrants Pay Taxes Research...
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So Republican voters really care so much about immigration. To hear the Republican candidates debate the best manner in which to fix our immigration system, you would think that most voters are in favor of rescinding President Obama’s executive actions on immigration and deporting every single undocumented immigrant from the United States on the day...
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Bernie Sanders new campaign ad features the famous ballad “America” beautifully done by American favorites Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel and has made a hit and is causing a lot of discussion. Click Here to see the commercial. The ad itself is a sixty-second musical montage featuring families with children, middle-aged couples, a same sex couple...
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Earlier today, the Supreme Court announced that it has decided to hear the case regarding the President’s immigration program that he proposed to the nation in November 2014. Since that time, a federal judge in Texas and the United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, blocked this executive action from going forward, alleging that the...
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In his eighth and final State of the Union Address to the nation last night, President Barak Obama mentioned Immigration Reform in the first moments of his speech. For Americans eager to hear words of encouragement regarding his plan on the immigration topic during the remainder of his term of presidency, many were disappointed. The...
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Mark Zuckerberg, the young CEO of Facebook is launching a project designed to facilitate efforts in bringing immigration reform to reality by 2017. The group is called, FWD,us. Some of the things the group will be funding is TV ads, advertising campaigns, and polling to mention a few. It is estimated that Zuckerberg’s contribution to...
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