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The U.S. Coast Guard in conjunction with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office prevented a boat carrying 24 people from reaching the shores of West Palm Beach on November 25, 2017. The passengers hailed from such diverse ports of call as Haiti, the Dominican Republic, China, Bolivia, Ecuador and...
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What was expected to be a civil discussion devolved into a shouting match on December 5, 2017, when Boynton Beach Commissioner Christina Romelus held a meeting to discuss whether the city should become a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants. Tensions ran high between those who supported the idea and those who believe that ignoring immigration...
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This is the story of hope and shattered dreams in the current immigration world.  It surrounds an academic and scholar, with an M.B.A. from Stanford University, in California, law degrees in China as well as a degree from the prestigious Oxford University in England.  Before coming to the United States, she worked in Hong Kong...
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Since January 2016, 17 new immigration judges have been sworn in by the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), which falls under the purview of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Before the creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) fell under DOJ as well. Last year, EOIR was...
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In the field of Immigration Law, it is not uncommon to encounter individuals or businesses advertising as “Immigration Consultants” or “Notarios.” The danger in relying on these types of individuals or services for legal advice is inherent. These agencies are not run by or sanctioned by an attorney or licensed practitioners and often wind up...
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The Immigration Reform policy put forward by President Obama in 2014, also known as DAPA – Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, has a new chance of becoming reality this year since the Supreme Court announced last week that it would be reviewing the case in the spring session. The policy could be presented before...
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Some of the worst scams perpetrated in the United States often seek to defraud and victimize unsuspecting victims who are immigrants in the country. Just this week a notorious scheme was published when the two lead criminals were each sentenced to three years in federal prison. Mr. Hernandez de Arteaga and Ms. Maria de Lourdes...
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