By Anthony Advincula
As Carolina Solano follows the mounting crisis on the southern border, her maternal instincts tell her to protect the unaccompanied migrant children streaming into the United States from Central America.
By Lourdes Santos Tancinco
Jonas was petitioned by an American employer to work as a software engineer. He was given a working (H1B) visa in 2005, valid until 2008. A year after his arrival, however, Jonas was arrested while traveling domestically from Los Angeles to New York. A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent discovered methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in his luggage. Jonas was taken into custody and charged with illegal possession of a controlled substance, a criminal offense.
By Alfred Dicioco
Only eight percent of eligible immigrants apply for US citizenship every year, according to Linda Lopez, chief of immigrant affairs the Los Angeles Mayor’s office.
By Rhodora Derpo
The standard form that all legal permanent residents must complete as part of the citizenship application—Form N-400—has been revised and will now contain 21 pages instead of 10.
By Wojciech Zolnowski
If you are a legal permanent resident eligible for American citizenship, there is no better time than 2014 to resolve to become a citizen.