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TPS Extended for El Salvador

It’s that time again: re-registration for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has extended TPS for El Salvador. TPS El Salvador beneficiaries can now apply to re-register. The re-registration period began January 7, 2015 and will run through March 9, 2015. Failure to re-register may have severe immigration consequences, so best […]

The Fight Against Obama’s Executive Action

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his executive order, which will bring relief to many undocumented individuals in the United States. Many see Obama’s executive order as a step in the right direction. However, many others don’t see it that way. This past week seventeen states filed a federal lawsuit against President Obama arguing […]

President Obama’s Executive Action: The Facts

Tonight, millions of undocumented parents are able to breathe a little easier thanks to President Obama’s executive action. Parents are not the only ones who will benefit. The new memorandum has also expanded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to include individuals who previously failed to meet certain requirements. Below are the facts of what […]

Los Mexicanos y NAFTA

El gobierno de los Estados Unidos otorga varias visas temporales. Mexicanos pueden calificar para varias de las visas pero hay una visa específicamente designada para los Mexicanos y los Canadienses. La visa TN fue creada bajo el Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (NAFTA). NAFTA es un acuerdo entre los Estados Unidos, México […]

Los Hermanos de Ciudadanos

Muchos desean la posibilidad de traer a sus hermanos a los Estados Unidos. Eso se puede realizar para los ciudadanos estadounidenses. Ellos tienen el derecho de someter la petición I-130 para sus hermanos. El ciudadano americano debe tener 21 años o más para someter la petición para sus hermanos. Después de obtener la aprobación de la […]

California’s DREAM Act/ El DREAM Act de California

Yesterday, Governor Jerry Brown singed a legislation, at Los Angeles City College,  to expand scholarship opportunities for undocumented students. Assembly Bill 130 allows student living in California that qualify for in-state tuition to apply for private financial aid. According to Gov. Brown “our future is uncertain if we neglect those students.” This bill opens many doors to […]

Living in a “mixed” Family/ Viviendo Entere una Familia “mista”

This article pertains to the life story of Alicia Martinez daughter of undocumented immigrants. As her there are many other young adults and children descendents of undocumented immigrants. Alicia Martinez feels guilty for the circumstances her family is facing. For example, he is able to obtain a career which her sister can obtain, but would […]

Churches Preach for DREAM Act Benefits/Iglesias Predican por los Beneficio del DREAM Act

Politicians and religious join to raise Congress attention in relation to DREAM Act. This project aids millions of young adult who were brought to the Unites States by their parents, at a young age, for a better education. Young students would be able to legalize their immigration status, if they have good academic achievements and […]

NJ Senator Menendez Introduces Immigration Bill | El Senador Menendez Presenta Ley Migratoria

On Thursday, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) introduced the immigration bill known as the Comprehensive Reform Act of 2010. The bill will allow certain undocumented individuals to obtain lawful status in the U.S. The bill incorporates the DREAM Act and the AgJobs Act. Spanish: El Senador Robert Menendez y el Senador […]