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Florida law makes it easy for investors to boot out condo owners

The decision whether to keep a condominium the way it is, or convert to apartments, usually comes down to a vote of the members of the condo association. But a loophole in Florida law is allowing real estate companies to take over a building and essentially force out remaining residents, often with arguable insufficient compensation.

Early history of Mexican migration to U.S. relevant today

The United States is often called a nation of immigrants. Though people lived in the part of the world now known as the U.S. for centuries, possibly longer, before European settlement here, ever since the original 13 colonies began people have been coming to America.

South Florida escapes #1 foreclosure filings spot

There is some semi-good news to report about the continued foreclosure crisis in Florida. South Florida is no longer the number-one metropolitan area for foreclosure filings, according to recent data. It is now in third place, still quite high but an improvement nonetheless.

EB-5 visa gives business investors permission to live in the U.S.

Besides having a job waiting for you in the U.S., there is another way to gain permission to live in this country through benefiting the economy. Significant investment in a company or business venture in the U.S. can also lead to permanent residence status.

House drops bid to force pullback of immigration executive action

It appears that the political battle over President Obama’s immigration reform plan is over, at least in Congress. On March 3, the House of Representatives passed a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, without a provision requiring that Obama drop his executive orders to grant legal protections to millions of undocumented immigrants.

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