The U.S. Consulate receives many questions related to visas. One of the most common is: How can I become a legal permanent resident of the United States? An immigration visa, commonly known as a green card, permits someone to reside permanently in the United States. An immigration visa normally must be solicited for an [Read more]
<i>The president goes back to his tactic of blackmail as a way to deal with immigration issues, a tactic which has hardly brought any results.</i>
Donald Trump returned to his favorite tactic, although it has almost never worked: blackmailing the Democrats to get their approval on heavy-handed immigration policies. [Read more]
After reading the excellent “Brief History of Colombia,” in which Jorge Orlando Melo provides a very good summary of the country's development, I read “Brief History of the United States,” by College of Mexico professor Erika Pani, in which she writes about: "the past, the present, and the future of a country [Read more]
The American president’s orders − now confirmed by the judiciary − are wave upon wave of darkness.
It should be understood that any policy aimed at discouraging immigration is doomed to fail if the problem isn’t addressed comprehensively.
The zero tolerance flaunted by the president is a disgrace in that, contrary to his predecessors, it doesn’t plan to undertake any means to solve the broader issue of regularization.
Visiting Móstoles, either in the long term or short term, isn't on the U.S. president’s agenda, but if it were, he wouldn't be welcome.
[Trump's] verbal abuse and dehumanization of Mexican and Latin immigrants take the traditional U.S. policy against persons living or entering the country illegally to another level.