The US Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation have been asked to investigate how disqualified Marinduque congressional candidate Regina Ongsiako Reyes obtained her US passport after Reyes said she did not obtain them by naturalization.
By Odette Montelibano
As a construction worker, he dons a hard hat and works with hammers and drills throughout the day. At night he straps his camera on his shoulder and is off for more hours of work.
By Lourdes Santos Tancinco
No human is illegal. This has been the battle cry of advocates for undocumented immigrants for years. Can we now expect a greater understanding of their plight and marked change in legislative policy in the United States?
Arnulfo Babiera applied for a US green card a decade ago, in the hopes of reuniting with his sister, a naturalized citizen. But at the current rate, his wait could extend until 2027.
Over the last five years, American hospitals have sent at least 600 immigrants who were in the US illegally back to their home countries to avoid paying for long-term care after serious illness or injury.
By Monsy C. Gomez
Back in the ’80s when the Marcos regime was near its end, we decided to move our family to the United States. People Power was then gaining ground, with constant demonstrations around the city. Yellow confetti frequently rained down from buildings and protesters, fleeing from riot police and tear gas, often sought refuge in my husband’s office in Ayala Avenue.
By Tony Alabastro
Twenty-three Bruneians attended the Filipino language class opened recently by the Universiti Brunei Darussalam’s (UBD) Language Centre.
Pinoys2Canada, an immigration and legal consultancy group, opens its first Canadian Immigration Seminar on April 13 at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
By Maila Ager
President Benigno Aquino III on Friday said there was no “imminent threat ” yet to start the evacuation of about 40,000 Filipinos in the tense Korean Peninsula.
Sweeping immigration legislation taking shape in the Senate will aim to overhaul the nation’s agriculture worker program to create a steady supply of labor for farmers and growers, who rely more than any other industry on workers who have come to the country illegally.
By Antonio Q. Alabastro
Hana Isabella Raj E. Hautea was one of the first batch of students when the course Wika, Kasaysayan at Kulturang Filipino was started at the Philippine Embassy here five years ago.
By Lourdes Santos Tancinco
Nine states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) legally recognize same sex marriages. Yet when an immigrant petition is filed for a partner in a same-sex relationship, the petition is still denied by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.