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November 2016 Archives

Muslim applicants see unexplained delays in citizenship approval

The process for becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States typically takes about six months. However, immigration attorneys in California and across the country are taking up the cause of the thousands of Muslims whose applications for citizenship have been funneled into a mysterious program which claims to investigate and root out potential national security threats. Many of these law-abiding residents wait years before their applications are accepted or bafflingly rejected.

Haitians released from detention prior to deportation and removal

Since 2010, Haitians immigrating to the United States received special protections. The impoverished country suffered a massive earthquake and other natural disasters at that time, prompting thousands to flee to a safer place. The federal government lifted those safeguards in September, and anyone arriving in the country after that was sent to immigration detention to be processed for deportation and removal. A recent influx of immigrants from Haiti has caused the government to rethink this policy.

The price to pay for detaining immigrants

Their home in Haiti is beset with immense problems that include natural disasters (a hurricane and earthquake), crime, corruption, gangs and violence. But the Haitians who arrive at the San Diego border and ask officials for asylum quickly find themselves held in detention centers.

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