Loneliness in Immigrants

When one is lonely, usually they will call some friends or family to talk to and maybe hang out with. This could be a different case for immigrants in the United States. When one comes to the United States, it is usually to have a better life than they would have in their home country. […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Influential Figures

From September 15th to October 15th, it is Hispanic Heritage Month! This month is a time to celebrate Hispanic cultures, histories, and the contribution/involvement of the citizens in America. Their ancestors come from many places such as Mexico, South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Spain. This month also includes the independence of many Latin […]

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Your Rights as an immigrant in the U.S.

In any country, it is inevitable that immigrants will be a big part of the country’s population. Many immigrants are the force of the country and provide such a positive impact on the country in many ways such as economically and population-wise. When an immigrant arrives in the United States of America, they could be […]

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Immigrants and their Impact on the Economy

When watching the news and immigrants are mentioned, most of the time they are unfortunately painted in a negative light when in reality, there is a lot of positivity surrounding immigrants in the United States of America. Four positive facts and advantages about immigrants in the U.S. economy are starting small/big businesses, working in STEM, […]

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President Joe Biden Introduces New Rule for DACA

This Tuesday, August 30th, 2022, The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA, had a new law out into action. President Joe Biden introduced and codified a new order put into action for the first time. This new rule gives DACA recipients more protection. This final-rule was written in 450 pages and is […]

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What Is The 100-Mile Zone

In recent months, a certain law has been circulating social media and news networks about something called the 100-mile zone. The 100-mile zone is essentially an act created in 1952 that states employees of the United States responsible for immigration such as the USCIS, ICE, and Customs and Border Control have the right to search […]

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