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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Automatic Citizenship, Maybe not | Ciudadanía Automática? Ala mejor no

Once again, the issue of automatic citizenship is being discussed by lawmakers. In Arizona, the Senate judiciary held a hearing on the proposal. It seeks a court interpretation on an element of the 14th amendment, which guarantees U.S. citizenship to anyone born in the U.S. Advocates of the bill want the court to rule that […]

Immigration Still Hot Topic, Waiting on Government | Leyes de Inmigración Necesitan Cambiar, Esperando al Gobierno

People remain divided over U.S. immigration policies. Some believe it is the federal government’s job to regulate such policies. Others believe it should be left up to each individual state to determine how they will regulate their immigration issues. The one thing all sides can agree on is that something needs to be done and […]

Nationwide Immigration Scam Shut Down | Una Empresa Engaña a Personas Buscando Servicios de Inmigración

A judge in Nevada ordered a temporary restraining order against Immigration Center and Immigration Forms and Publications Inc. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the company set up websites similar to those of the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), a government agency. The company targeted those seeking immigration services. The company had […]