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May 2018 Archives

Will lawmakers pave a path for 'Dreamers' to get green cards?

Immigration reform has been a topic that lawmakers have been debating about for years, but they can never seem to agree on a piece of legislation. At the moment, the biggest point of debate in Congress relates to individuals with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status. These immigrants, also known as 'Dreamers' are mostly adults who entered the United States as the children of undocumented immigrants.

Attorney Jan Joseph Bejar Recognition by the Consulate General of Mexico

On May 16th, 2018, Attorney Jan Joseph Bejar was recognized Recognition by the Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego for his legal contributions to the Mexican community and the Mexican Consulate for over 25 years. It was awarded at El Colef - El Colegio de la Frontera Norte in Tijuana, Mexico by Ambassador Carlos Sada and Ambassador & Consul General, Marcela Celorio.

Deportation: The facts you need to know

No matter how much money you earn, being in the United States illegally will always threaten your lifestyle here. It's possible to become extremely successful even if you're in the U.S. while undocumented, but it's always in your best interests to obtain documentation or to work toward citizenship. If you don't, there's a risk that you could face deportation.

Immigration naysayers wrong about Central American immigrants

There's a growing segment of the American population that is, for lack of a better way of putting it, "anti-immigration." These naysayers who support legislation to make immigration into the United States more difficult have a lot of misconceptions they try to put on immigrants -- particularly Central American immigrants. However, the libertarian think tank, Cato Institute, recently published statistics from a study that proves many of the ideas of immigration naysayers wrong.

How many United States citizens are naturalized each year?

If you're in the process of applying for U.S. citizenship, or if you're thinking about trying to begin the process of becoming a citizen, you may be curious to know how many people become naturalized citizens in the United States each year. In fact, the number may be a lot higher than you think.

Is merit-based immigration a good idea?

The idea of merit-based immigration basically means that some people are "better" for the United States than others in terms of their skills, experience and financial resources. Proponents of merit-based immigration laud the benefits and reasoning behind this kind of immigration strategy that fast-tracks certain immigrants over others to receive entry, work permits, permanent residency and citizenship in the United States.

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