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Law student's case shows the need for change to immigration law

The issue of how to deal with undocumented immigrants remains the most hotly contested debate at the heart of immigration reform. Yet while the political movement of such reforms comes to a stalemate, immigration cases around the country, including right here in Miami, continue to test current U.S. immigration law and expose just how great the need for changes is.

Judge grants the President's uncle legal permanent residency

One may be surprised to learn just how many of their friends and neighbors in Miami are living in the U.S. illegally. Equally as surprising may be the notable public figures with ties to undocumented immigrants. Yet despite whom one may know or even be related to, according the immigration experts, his or her path to permanent residency isn’t any clearer than one who has no famous family at all.

New immigration proposals aimed at attracting top-level workers

For all of the talk coming out of Washington that the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate back in June is currently dead after having bogged down in the House, new information regarding its proposals continues to make its way to media outlets. And as those in Miami and across the country continue to monitor its progress, this new information is helping to clarify exactly what immigration problems this legislation was aimed at addressing.

New "parole in place" immigration policy helps military families

There are currently more than 11 million illegal immigrants estimated to be living in Miami and throughout the U.S. And while a majority of Americans agree on the need to provide these undocumented immigrants with a path to permanent residency or citizenship, recent attempts at reforming U.S. immigration policy have reached a political stalemate. Yet that has not stopped the current administration from enacting some changes that now allow for new residency opportunities for select groups of illegals.

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