Pope Francis son of immigrants

During his first visit to the United States, Pope Francis gave an address before the U.S. Congress on August 24 urging lawmakers to embrace immigrants who come to this country in search of a better life.

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Naturalization Ceremony Welcomes 36,000 New U.S. Citizens.

Each year the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, USCIS, welcomes more than 36,000 new citizens to celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. Also known as Constitution Week, from September 17 – September 23, more than 200 naturalization ceremonies will be held.

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Immigration, Syrian Refugees in the United States

The Syrian immigration crisis has exceeded all provisions and forecasts crossing borders and oceans, becoming the worst case of refugees in world history since the terrible genocide in Rwanda. Twenty years have passed since that terrible event and it is still unclear how far this will extend.

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Deported Mexican Immigrants Reenter the United States.

A group of six immigrants who had been deported after signing a voluntary departure have been given parole to cross the Mexican/California border, to have their day in Court. This has been possible as a result of an agreement that permitted these six non-citizens to cross the border but which does not change their status.

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USCIS Offers Temporary Relief after Extensive Damage Caused by Typhoon Soudelor

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has notified on their website that they are offering temporary immigration relief or benefits to people affected by the Typhoon Soudelor, who are in the process of legalizing their immigration status in the U.S. CONTACT US__214 905 9100 For this reason USCIS has informed that individuals affected by this […]

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Immigration to Texas Continues to Grow

Immigration in Texas continues to grow; especially immigration from Asian countries continues to rise at a constant pace, nearly matching the number of immigrants who arrive from Latin America. India and China are at the head of the long list of countries whose nationals immigrate to USA. CONTACT US__214 905 9100 The Office of the […]

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Urgent message from USCIS for DACA Recipients

USCIS has published an urgent message on their website DATED July 27, 2015 to inform DACA recipients that some of these 3-year work permits, issued after the February 16, 2015 court order must be returned to your local USCIS office. This order only applies to some individuals who received their card after this date.

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