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U.S. planning to close two dozen immigration field offices

Immigrants are common in Miami and are involved in every aspect of the Florida economy. One in four children in the U.S. have parents who are immigrants. Those who are immigrants understand how difficult the immigration system can be. A recent announcement is worrying those in the immigration field about a plan to close immigration offices.

Migrant border crossings continue to rise

There are many ways in which immigrants enter the U.S. Whether by boat, airplane or by foot at the border, immigrants continue to come into the U.S. There are many in the Miami area who are immigrants or whose relatives were immigrants. Despite government efforts, the numbers of immigrants entering the U.S. continues to rise.

New way to get status of applications could be available soon

There are many people in the Miami area who are from another country. Immigrants in Miami are from all over the world and most are here to create a better life for themselves and their family. Immigration can be a complex task for these people, but some of the process may be getting a little easier.

Mistakes immigrants make on legal documents

Many Miami area residents are from another country. These residents often need to fill out immigration forms. These U.S. immigration forms can be long and confusing, especially for those who are not very familiar with the process. There are some serious mistakes that an immigrant can make on their paperwork.

Florida construction worker killed on the job

When Miami residents go to work each day, they expect they will do their job and come home at the end of the day. Most of the time this is what happens for workers in Miami, but occasionally a fatal workplace accident occurs. A workplace accident can happen to anyone, but some jobs are more dangerous than others.

USCIS processing immigration services at slow pace

Many Miami residents are currently living in the country as immigrants. Many of these immigrants are in the process of putting together the necessary paperwork to remain in the U.S. as a citizen. A recent analysis of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is showing that they have a record backlog of immigration cases which are being processed at a slow rate.

Rapper held for alleged immigration violations

Miami, and Florida in general, is an area with many immigrants. These immigrants are important members of our society, serving in many roles. They have jobs, are students and contribute culturally to our economy. But, immigrants need to be sure that they comply with applicable laws. Recently, a rapper was taken into custody for immigration violations.

Are you facing deportation? You may not have to leave the U.S.

Immigrants are valuable members of our society, serving in important employment roles and community organizations and events. Sometimes, immigrants are not in the U.S. legally and are facing deportation. Those who are facing deportation should know that they may not need to leave the U.S.

What factors can negatively affect a green card status?

There are many immigrants in the Miami area. These immigrants are a valuable backbone for the Florida community, owning many businesses, participating in community events and creating a better life for themselves and their family. Those who have been granted a green card to become a permanent resident should understand what could possibly affect their status.

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