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I was born in Managua, Nicaragua, the second of 5 children. I was about 15 months old when I had my first contact with the United States of America. This happened through my father returning home after spending a year at the University of Florida, Gainsville in a graduate course of Sanitary Engineering.
The Midwest has a history as a gateway for immigrants even if not as heralded as port cities in the east and west. Think of Chicago with its diverse ethnic population as early as the late 1800’s, especially among Eastern Europeans, that continues today with the largest Bosnian refugee population in the country. Think also of Detroit, Motor...
On November 20th, the President announced changes to immigration policies that could impact close to 5 million people. Hear experts from CLINIC and USCCB discuss a new Deferred Action policy for parents, expansion of the DACA program, changes to federal immigration enforcement, and additional immigration executive actions, as well as what you...
By Susan Schreiber
CLINIC held its annual two-day family-based immigration law conference in El Paso, Texas on November 12-13, 2014. In the afternoon of the second day, representatives from the consulate and USCIS spoke and answered participants’ questions. On an optional third day, participants toured the U.S....