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Seeking Protection in the U.S.: What Venezuelans Need to Know

As the violence associated with protests in Venezuela continues, it is extremely important for Venezuelans who need refuge in the United States to know their options. Unfortunately, we have heard reports this week of misinformation and misunderstandings regarding legal protections available to Venezuelans in the U.S. This bad information could cause these people who desperately […]

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Alabama is Persecuting Hispanics instead of Creating Jobs for the People of Alabama

America is witnessing a new phase in the U. S.  immigration world:  state laws which allow local enforcement to act as federal agents and directly enforce federal   immigration laws.  Many debates are emerging as to why states like Alabama should enact these types of laws.  Those in favor claim it is simply to preserve jobs […]

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The Myth of the 10-Year Presence

Unfamiliarity with the law can be the biggest downfall for those individuals who are undocumented. For example, it is a common misconception that people have the right to apply for their green card based on the fact that they have lived in the United States for 10 years. Unfortunately, there is no such law in […]

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Cómo protegerse contra una deportación de los Estados Unidos (La verdad de la situación)

Hace varias semanas ICE, la agencia del Departamento de Seguridad encargada de lo que se denomina “removals” (o deportaciones) de personas indocumentadas, expidió una política nueva que permite que ciertas personas que han sido solicitadas y que están a punto de inmigrar, no sean trasladadas a trámites de deportación.  Sin embargo, el propósito del tema […]

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