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Though hard to get, increasing number of Mexicans apply for political asylum

The process of political asylum in the United States has been used for decades as a way to obtain protection against deportation. Starting in the early 80's it … Read More


10 lesser-known provisions of the Senate immigration bill

The U.S. Senate in mid-April 2013 introduced Immigration Bill S.744, also known as the "Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization … Read More


Making sense of the Senate and House proposals for immigration reform

For weeks now, details of the Senate and House plans have been leaked but neither bill has been introduced. There are similarities -- both plans calls for a … Read More

Parenting & Family

Immigration reform passes? 10 tips on what to do next

What should you, a loved one, friend, or coworker be doing as of now to prepare for potential immigration reform? 1. Do NOT pay anyone to get in line for … Read More


10 tips from a lawyer on filing a successful deferred action application

A lot has been written on deferred Action, a new program that starts on August 15, 2012 for young undocumented students in the United States. However, few … Read More


What you need to know about the Supreme Court’s immigration decision

Immigration attorney, Alma Rosa Nieto explains to NBCLatino what the SB1070 supreme court decision means and what we should expect in the future. To read … Read More