Monthly Archives: July 2010
The buzz about the Arizona Immigration Law has everyone talking about Immigration Reform and immigrant rights. To bring the issue a little closer to home – the Florida Department of Law Enforcement follows federal guidelines for the “Arrest & Detention … Continue reading
Did you know you can track the status of your case online? You can also sign up for alerts to be sent to your email or mobile phone. Sign-up at https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/Dashboard.do
Be wary of people who say they can help you file your paperwork. I have seen too many times serious errors on paperwork and heard stories from people who had their money taken and their paperwork not filed. It is … Continue reading
Ten years ago the United Nations created the Palermo Protocol, which set international standards towards combating the human trafficking epidemic. Human trafficking is slavery. It is also the fastest growing criminal industry in the world; generating billions of dollars. It … Continue reading
Haitian Temporary Protected Status (TPS) has been extended through January 18, 2011.
No longer do family members and attorneys have to grapple with ICE Officers to locate detained people. The Obama Administration has launched the “Online Detainee Locator System” to aid people in locating detainees in ICE custody. Previously, once a person … Continue reading