Afra the Summer Intern Looking back at my time here at the firm, it is difficult to pinpoint the most valuable experiences I was able to obtain in my short three months here. Going into this internship, I had a very limited idea of how exactly immigration law worked. As a college student entering my…Read More
Japanese immigrants being inspected by American customs officers During the California Gold Rush of the 1850’s, millions of individuals converged from around the world, leading to massive amounts of immigration, the resurgence of the American economy, and conflict. Arguably, the bulk of the immigrants that endured the most conflict at this time were the Chinese…Read More
Hiding along the Horn of Africa is a miniscule country of approximately 9,000 square miles, not known by many Westerners, known as Djibouti. With a population of approximately 969,693, Djibouti has seen a surge of population growth in the last couple of years (1). This is not due to a sudden explosive birth rate but…Read More
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