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BREAKING: Homeland Security Announces Travel Restrictions to Stall Ebola Outbreak

Flights between the U.S. and Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea will now require additional screenings

For National JournalSarah Mimms reports: October 21, 2014  Travelers flying between West African nations affected by Ebola and the United States will now be subject to additional screenings and “protective measures” to help prevent the disease from spreading into the U.S., the Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday. 150 more words


DHS Introduces Travel Restrictions for Travelers of Ebola Affected Countries in West Africa

Time 6:41 p.m. CEST

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NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 11: People arrive at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK ) airport on October 11, 2014 in New York City. 382 more words


Obama Admin To Allow Thousands Of Haitians Into U.S While They Wait For Visas

This is going to be very good news for  Haitian families!

On Friday, the Obama administration announced that starting in 2015 it would reduce the lengthy delays facing thousands of Haitians who have already been approved to join family members in the United States and become legal permanent residents. 437 more words


Green Card Holders Road to Citizenship

Naturalization of Business-Related Legal Permanent Residents

While not every Green Card beneficiary wants to become a naturalized citizen of the United States, there are several factors that a Legal Permanent Resident should consider. 254 more words

Business Immigration

Obama DHS Now EXPEDITING Visa Requests From Ebola-Infected Countries

Two posts today, if my earlier one wasn’t a blockbuster, this one should make us sick. Literally. Dept. of Homeland Insecurity

UPDATE: From Judicial Watch No sources other than the post. 208 more words


Majority of people deported over the last decade were non-criminals

Of the 3.7 million immigrants who were formally removed from the United States over the last decade, a majority were immigrants with no criminal records, according to a new report from the Migration Policy Institute. 441 more words