Tag Archives: Immigrants

Jimmy Kimmel Welcomes Immigrants to America

Jimmy Kimmel celebrates Flag Day: Flag Day was started in 1916 and it is a day for patriotism. We have heard a lot lately about immigrants and immigration, and we seem to have forgotten that this is a nation of… … Continue reading

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Immigrants Make Up Significant Portion of Healthcare Workers

As individuals in the U.S. are living longer and requiring more medical care, and the Baby Boomers are entering retirement and old age, the demand for healthcare workers also has grown. In the state of Texas, immigrants have stepped in … Continue reading

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Matter of Castro-Tum and Its Impact on Immigrants​

By: Attorney Cynthia Milian On May 2018, the Attorney General used a “self-referral” to issue a decision on a case that could potentially impact over 350,000 immigrants.  Self-referral is when the Attorney General refers a previous case to himself for … Continue reading

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Fear of Deportation Keeping Immigrants From Reporting Domestic Violence

From The New York Times: For years, she slept with a gun under her pillow, living in fear of a boyfriend who beat her, controlled her life and threatened to kill her and her children. Domenica, who came to this… … Continue reading

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[Ilya Somin] The Case Against Deporting Immigrants Convicted of Crimes

Donald Trump recently described at least some immigrants as "animals" who must be deported. There has been much controversy over whether Trump meant to condemn undocumented immigrants generally, or just those who are members of the MS-13 gang. But few … Continue reading

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