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July 2012 Archives

U.S. immigration laws can be difficult to navigate

In previous posts, we have mentioned how complex the current United States immigration laws are. Individuals born in other countries who may initially seem to be perfect candidates to legally stay in the country, routinely find that they need to leave.

College student falls through the cracks of 'deferred action' policy

Last month we wrote about the passage of an executive order by the president of the United States, which makes it possible for some undocumented immigrants to remain the country without fear of deportation for a set period of time. Eligible individuals have to meet several different criteria including going to school or being a part of the military.

South Florida Haitian advocates press for parole visa program

Most would agree that immigration issues are some of the most divisive issues the United States is currently facing. Throughout the nation individuals born in other countries living in this country legally, are seeking ways to bring their family members into the U.S. to establish a lawful permanent residence. South Florida and the Miami area are not exceptions to this. There are many reasons people feel their lives would be better in the U.S. One reason commonly cited is natural disasters such as earthquakes.