Deportations on 2014 

According to the Associated Press, immigration has deported 258.608 people in the last year. That is compared to the 320.167 people they had deported the previous year. This means that deportations have declined by 20 %. President Obama would like to tell Hispanics that he is responsible for the decrease in deportations, but that’s not […]

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Immigration is not your friend 

Today I am going to give you an advice that is pretty strong. Some of you may be alarmed, but it is true. Immigration is not our friend. It is our adversary. I say this because many people go to immigration to be helped you with their cases, to be adviced. Imagine someone calls immigration […]

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Delay on Executive Action 

The immigrant community and congressional Democrats who defend them have expressed great frustration with the announcement from the White House that the president will delay taking executive action until after the election. They feel betrayed again because there was a deadline and the president has delayed taking the decision once again. But let’s follow the […]

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DACA Extension and Residence 

It is important to take the first step to resolve your immigration case. There are many people who have done their family petitions for years. However, they have not obtained the residence because they have came undocumented crossing the border of the United States. Now that the White House is considering the approval of a […]

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Organ trafficking in Mexico 

Julian was a child of 12 years. His parents were in the United States. They had the TPS and hired a coyote to bring Julian because they did not want him to go into the gangs of El Salvador. He came through Mexico but once he was there, he was grabbed and killed. They cut […]

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Talking too much 

Have you heard the saying that we should not talk too much and the fish falls due to his mouth? That applies to immigration. Sometimes people talk too much in interviews. They think they have to tell everything to immigration. There are people who have come across the border multiple times, but they have never […]

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Keeping your secrets 

When one is undocumented and has no papers, no work permit, no driver’s license, one should not tell things to other people because one does not know the twists and turns of life. Friends can become enemies and then they can threaten you or take advantage of the information they know. Many people use, for […]

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Rage and consequences 

Yesterday they told about a terrible case. A young man was in love with his first girlfriend. It was his first love, but she came with the ​​story that she worked at night until dawn and he believed it until one day he pass by her house at night and found her making out with […]

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Relations and deportation 

There is a saying that is: “Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” It is often applied to immigration. I have seen many through the years of people who have orders of deportation and immigration goes to their house looking for the person who has an order of […]

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Preventive decisions 

Do not wait for things to happen to take action. Sometimes we are calm and we react when we see the consequences of something that we are suffering. It does not have to be that way. We do not have to wait until we are detained by immigration to do something in our case. A […]

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