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1. Outraged father of kidnapped son promises Donald Trump of an impending mass killing if son is not r
October 19, 2017

The President of the United States have continuously cried against the criminal acts perpetrated by illegal immigrants in the U.S., with the aim of flushing such individuals and making the country safe for all. However, the constant cries of President Trump seem to be only lip service, which is reiterated by how the President has handled the case of Stephan Schuermann, his son, Duke Sean Schuermann and former wife, illegal immigrant child kidnapper Jubilie Anqui. Stephan has written several letters to the president and other top government officials including Governor Rick Scott and Trey Go... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Internet Penetration & Growing Mexican immigrants in the US were the Key reasons for the Growing Re
May 02, 2017

The Mexico remittance industry has witnessed a robust growth in the past few years. Remittance is an important parameter in the economic growth and national development of Mexico. Majority of the Mexican are dependent on the remittance fund. Remittances are the mainstay of the economies of many Mexican communities. Migrant’s wages sent from abroad to Mexico tends to act as a stabilizing force for Mexican economy. Mexico is one of the largest recipients of remittance in the world. The growth of the remittance industry in the country has been majorly driven by the large number of Mexican workers... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

3. Obtain Optimum Advantage from Apostille Services
March 09, 2017

If you don’t know what is “apostille” and why are services required for it, you must know that first. The US State Department releases a list of nations that can accept apostilles – a type of approval, provided to documents required by immigrants in foreign countries. The countries included in this list are those, which participate in Hague Convention of 1961. In other words, this is not a kind of certificate attestation or authentication. To have this done, you required the help of professionals. These professionals work in an agency and are dedicated to provide apostille services. ... (read more)

Author: John Edward

4. Khmer Class Helps Cambodian-Americans Get in Touch With Roots
December 16, 2016

Immigrants often struggle to assimilate while retaining the culture of their homeland. Cambodian-Americans fled the Khmer Rouge regime 40 years ago and many settled in Long Beach, California. Now many Cambodian-Americans are trying to reconnect with their roots through language class. VOA's Elizabeth Lee explains.... (read more)

5. Tech Leaders to Make Peace, or Press Their Case with Trump
December 14, 2016

Silicon Valley leaders were among Donald Trump's most outspoken opponents during the presidential campaign. On Wednesday, though, many of them will come face-to-face with the president-elect for the first time since the election. The tech industry had multiple concerns about Candidate Trump, among them fears that he would stifle innovation, curb the hiring of computer-savvy immigrants and infringe on consumers' digital privacy. Those worries may not have abated, but that's not...... (read more)

6. Immigrant Rights Convention Shifts Focus After Trump Win
December 12, 2016

Organizers of a national conference aimed at promoting the rights of immigrants to the United States had to make some dramatic adjustments to their agenda before the conference opened over the weekend in Nashville. Attendees at this year's National Immigration Integration Conference were hoping to explore ways to promote the rights of immigrants and refugees and help them integrate into society. But that was before Donald Trump won the presidency.   Now, the advocates for...... (read more)

7. Fearing Trump Crackdown, "Dreamers" Advised to End Travel
December 12, 2016

Immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children, but were protected from deportation by President Barack Obama, are being warned by some advocates to make sure they are not traveling abroad when Donald Trump is sworn in as president on Jan. 20. Some advocates, lawyers and universities are concerned that Trump might immediately rescind an Obama program that had allowed these young immigrants to work and travel for humanitarian, educational or employment purposes. That...... (read more)

8. California Lawmakers Seek to Fight Trump Deportation Efforts
December 05, 2016

California lawmakers introduced legislation on Monday aimed at helping protect undocumented immigrants under the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, who campaigned on hard-line promises of mass deportations. The bills, if passed, would provide free legal services to undocumented immigrants facing deportation and assist them in criminal court, according to the California Democratic lawmakers introducing the proposals. Trump, a Republican elected on Nov. 8, promised to deport...... (read more)

9. Immigrants Successful in Silicon Valley's Venture Capital & Start-up Industry
December 02, 2016

California's Silicon Valley, known as the global center of high-tech innovation, is also a showcase for immigrant success stories. In 2013, two immigrant startups were among the top five biggest Silicon Valley venture capital deals. Silicon Valley provides a platform that turns dreams into reality. For many immigrants, just getting to America is the goal. Others dream bigger. Qasar Younis is one such example. Today, he is the chief operating officer of one of the biggest venture...... (read more)

10. Hiring an Immigration Lawyer
December 01, 2016

Immigration lawyers can help clients with a wide variety of issues concerning citizenship, green cards, visas, and various other legal methods of allowing people from other countries into the United States. immigration lawyers in Houston and other areas with a high population of immigrants are also specifically aware of the local issues in their area. They are independent practitioners, which means that they are not connected to immigration authorities and there isn’t a conflict of interest when they are helping their clients. Many people aren’t sure exactly when it’s appropriate to call ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

11. Immigrants Successful in Silicon Valley's Venture Capital, Start-up Industry
December 01, 2016

California's Silicon Valley, known as the global center of high-tech innovation, is also a showcase for immigrant success stories. In 2013, two immigrant startups were among the top five biggest Silicon Valley venture capital deals. Saqib Ul Islam explores how these newcomers to America found success in the competitive technology industry.... (read more)

12. Who is Nikki Haley?
November 23, 2016

Nikki Haley, born Nimrata Randhawa to Indian immigrants, is the first female governor of South Carolina and the youngest serving governor currently in the United States. Haley was born in South Carolina and worked as a bookkeeper for her family's clothing store from the age of 13. She went on to get a degree in accounting from Clemson University. She first entered politics at the age of 32 in 2004 when she ran for South Carolina's House of Representatives. After winning the...... (read more)

13. Trump Expected to Name Nikki Haley UN Ambassador
November 23, 2016

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is expected to be named Wednesday as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's choice to serve as the country's ambassador to the United Nations. The 44-year-old daughter of Indian immigrants is serving her second term as governor, but has no foreign policy experience.  She would be Trump's first Cabinet pick who is not a white man. Haley did not support Trump during the months-long process that ended with him as the Republican Party's...... (read more)

14. 'Lion' Brings India Love Affair Full Circle for Actor Dev Patel
November 21, 2016

Growing up as the son of immigrants in London, actor Dev Patel did not feel much connection to India. In fact, he says he spent most of his youth “trying to distance myself from my culture." That all changed after shooting five films in India. The latest of those, Lion, is an adoption drama about a young man conflicted about his identity, and the film seems tailor made for him. “It's kind of been the most nourishing experience of my career so far,” said Patel. Film based on...... (read more)

15. 32 Americans Named Rhodes Scholars
November 20, 2016

Thirty-two people have been chosen for the next class of Rhodes Scholars representing the United States, including students who have used data to visualize sea level rise, some who speak several languages and a son of undocumented immigrants. The Rhodes Trust announced the names on Sunday. They will attend Oxford University in the fall of 2017 to pursue post-graduate studies.  The American students will join an international group of scholars chosen from 18 jurisdictions around the...... (read more)

16. US Releases Haitians, Others in Surge of Migrants
November 17, 2016

A surge in border crossings and a lack of immigration jail space have prompted the federal government to start releasing Haitian immigrants who have been entering the country in large numbers in recent months, backtracking on a pledge to jail the migrants. A U.S. government official told The Associated Press that the decision to free Haitians arriving in Arizona and California is in response to a lack of jail space. The official said releasing immigrants with orders to report later to...... (read more)

17. Adviser to Trump Clarifies President-elect's Immigration Policy
November 17, 2016

VOA's Latin American division conducted an interview with Luis Quinones, a member of the Hispanic Advisory Council to President-elect Donald Trump. During his campaign, Trump was outspoken on immigration — from saying he would deport millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States, to building a wall along the border between the U.S. and Mexico, to banning Muslims or those trying to enter the U.S. from countries that pose terror threats. Quinones discussed with VOA various...... (read more)

18. Member of Trump Team: Only Criminals Need to Fear Deportation
November 17, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump's tough stance on immigration and his plan to scrutinize Muslims has sparked fear and revolt against what many Americans consider fomenting of hatred. Since his election victory, Trump has sought to allay some of those concerns, saying that only undocumented immigrants with criminal records will be deported, up to 3 million of them. VOA asked a member of Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council, Luis Quinones, to clarify the incoming administration's...... (read more)

19. Can Trump Ban Refugees to the US?
November 17, 2016

As a candidate, President-elect Donald Trump expressed interest in turning away refugees, specifically those from Syria. He said he would ban Muslim immigrants in general (a talking point that remains on his campaign website). And in November, he advocated limiting immigration from "terror-prone regions.” But could President Trump immediately stop refugees from coming to the U.S.? The short answer - yes. “Day 1 he can change things,” says Jeremy Mayer, associate professor of...... (read more)

20. South Asia Meets South Texas at New Houston Restaurant
November 16, 2016

India and Pakistan may be at odds, but South Asian immigrants to the United States often find they have a lot in common. One example is provided by an Indian and a Pakistani in Houston who have opened a new restaurant in one of the city’s trendy neighborhoods that also appeals to the palette of Texas natives. Borrowing the name of an old children’s game, they call it Cowboys and Indians. VOA’s Greg Flakus has the story from Houston.... (read more)

21. Chicago Reaffirms Immigrant 'Sanctuary' Status After Trump's Win
November 14, 2016

Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday reaffirmed Chicago's status as a haven for immigrants fearing deportation for entering the United States illegally, a day after President-elect Donald Trump vowed to expel as many as 3 million immigrants who he said have criminal records. Emanuel's words of reassurance to undocumented immigrants in the country's third-largest municipality followed similar pledges last week from the mayors of New York and Los Angeles to maintain their designations...... (read more)

22. Anti-Trump Protests in US Enter 5th Straight Day
November 13, 2016

Anti-Donald Trump protesters marching for a fifth straight day were energized Sunday by the president elect's announcement that he will deport as many as 3 million undocumented immigrants from the United States, with perhaps more to come. One demonstrator in New York City told CNN: "They're here to stay and we stand in solidarity with them. People don't know what will happen and they're very scared." Others filled the streets again Sunday in other cities...... (read more)

23. Turkey Warns Citizens to Avoid Anti-Trump Protests in US Cities
November 12, 2016

Turkey has warned its citizens living in or traveling to the United States to avoid "social tensions" in major American cities, such as angry protests against Donald Trump's presidential election victory. The Ankara government on Saturday also advised caution for any visitors who might encounter "racist" outbursts, which many Americans see as the action of extremists possibly emboldened by Trump's comments critical of immigrants. Turkey did not specifically...... (read more)

24. Safety Pins - A Sign of Support for Minorities Following Trump Election
November 12, 2016

Many Americans are wearing a single safety pin fastened to their shirts since the election of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump as a symbol of solidarity against intolerance. The small gesture is intended show quiet support for minorities, women, immigrants, and LGBT people who may feel marginalized by hateful rhetoric surrounding Trump's campaign. His campaign promises to deport immigrants and ban Muslims from the country in addition to lewd comments degrading women have fueled fears...... (read more)

25. Anti-Trump Protests Smolder in Large US Cities for 2nd Day
November 10, 2016

Tens of thousands of people from New York to California filled the streets of large U.S. cities for a second day Thursday to demonstrate their dismay at Donald Trump's election to be the United States' 45th president. Many of the marchers were African-American and Hispanic students. One tearful teenager in San Francisco told CNN television that immigrants in the U.S. are struggling to be successful, so Trump's campaign rhetoric attributing many social problems to them are...... (read more)

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