Happy Constitution and Citizenship Day – My 50th Year as a U.S. Citizen

Constitution and Citizenship Day is observed each year on this day to commemorate the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787 and “recognize all who, by coming of age or by naturalization, have become citizens.” This year’s Citizenship Day is especially important to me as I celebrate 50 years as a citizen. George with…
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Qué está Sucediendo con USCIS; Un Resumen Rápido.

Un artículo reciente del New York Times describió la situación financiera del Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los Estados Unidos (USCIS) que se encuentra siguiendo a tres de los líderes de la administración Trump y ahora, la pandemia del Covid-19. Estas son algunas de mis principales notas:  En 2016, USCIS tenía 15.828 empleados. Tres…
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What is Happening With USCIS: A Quick Rundown

A recent New York Times article described the precarious financial situation U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) finds itself in following three of Trump administration leadership and now, the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are some of my main takeaways: In 2016, USCIS had 15,828 Employees. Three years later, USCIS Had grown to 18,866 employees a 19%…
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America Will Persevere

The U.S. has a new president. Immigrants, documented and undocumented, have been put on notice: during this administration the new policy is “America First.” An atmosphere of fear and uncertainty has descended on our immigrant communities. The new slogan carries an unsavory historical pedigree characterized by hostility and callousness toward those who seek safe harbor…
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