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June 2012 Archives

Immigration snag keeping California couple apart

Sometimes couples who have been together for many years are separated by mishaps in the immigration process. Such is the case for a foreign woman who married a man in the U.S. She traveled home to fix her immigration problems and got stuck there, unable to return to her husband. Couples in San Diego may be able to relate to their plight, because it appears to be an increasingly common issue.

Cuban-born athlete set to participate in Olympics as an American

A 28-year-old athlete from Cuba -- now a U.S. citizen -- truly knows what it means to live the American dream. He remembers dreaming of become an Olympic athlete as a child, practicing swimming alongside his country's national team. Now, the celebrated athlete is gearing up for the upcoming Olympic Games in London after being chosen for one of the two available spots on the American triathlon team at the San Diego trials. This is definitely a success story for the man whose family was targeted by Fidel Castro for being against his policies.

Border Patrol refused to look for missing immigrant, family may sue

A man who had been living in California for over 20 years died after unsuccessfully trying to reenter the United States from Mexico. His family is now considering a lawsuit against immigration authorities after they allegedly failed to search for the man until five days after being notified that he was missing. A friend had asked the victim to take over their store for a little while because there was an emergency. While he was there, a police officer entered the store and asked for his identity, ostensibly to check his immigration status.

13 suspected illegal immigrants found in fake UPS van

Several undocumented immigrants are facing deportation and removal proceedings after being pulled over by Border Patrol agents. The vehicle was said to have aroused suspicion after the driver apparently attempted to avoid a highway checkpoint near the California city of Niland. The van was packed with 13 immigrants, suspected to be illegal. All the passengers in the van will likely be facing deportation and removal proceedings soon.

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