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Category Archives: Immigration Blog

Permanent Residency Versus Citizenship

Photo Credit: Shutterstock There are many differences between being a permanent resident and a citizen. But two main differences, according to Brad Bernstein, the Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, lay in voting and traveling. For permanent residents, “you don’t get to control who rules you in America,” Brad Bernstein said.…
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Judge Blocks Trump’s Restrictions on Asylum

U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar of San Francisco issued an order Monday temporarily barring the Trump Administration from denying asylum to migrants if they crossed the US-Mexican border without inspection. This order presently impedes Trump’s immigration crackdown as Central American migrants are making their way to the border. Despite Trump’s setback, this case will…
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Attributing her Immigrant Perspective, Pediatrician Exposes Catastrophic Flint Water Crisis

Courtesy of Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha Pediatrician Exposes Catastrophic Flint Water Crisis If Donald Trump’s original travel ban were instituted, Iraqi immigrants, travellers and refugees would have been banned from the U.S. And if this ban were implemented many years prior, heroic persons, such as Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, could not have exposed the Flint water crisis.…
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Refugee Activist Shares First Hand Account of Border Situation

It starts off with walking, sometimes people offer a vehicle. Upon reaching train tracks, the group aboards themselves atop a cargo train - and to Alex Mensing of Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the cargo train becomes the migrants’ life line. Pueblo Sin Fronteras is a non profit organization committed to helping displaced people. This year, the…
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