Monday, October 26, 2015



Trump says that he would deport all undocumented immigrants in the United States,
an estimated 11 million people. American cities and counties in the Southwest and
Midwest tried to expel Mexican-Americans once before in the 1930s, with traumatic
results for the families affected. But perhaps an even more illuminating comparison
is with the mass deportation that the United States sponsored a hundred years
earlier, in the 1830s.

In that decade, the federal government uprooted some 80,000
Native Americans from their homes and forced them west of the Mississippi, into
what is now Oklahoma. It was a humanitarian disaster and remains one of the most
shameful episodes in the country’s history. Though few if any Americans are proud
of The Trail of Tears, as the Cherokees call their harrowing expulsion from
the Southeast and deadly journey westward, there are some obvious differences between undocumented immigrants today and native peoples in the early 1830s. For one, American Indians had been living in what is now the United States since
“time immemorial,” as many people observed in the era,
whereas undocumented immigrants are recent arrivals...
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Saturday, October 17, 2015



Come hear the experts in Immigration discuss the new immigration policies
that affect you. If you or someone you know seeks to become a fully
documented resident, leading to formal residency and eventual citizenship,
you'll get it straight and right -- no strings attached. Attorneys and
specialist will be available. Call 415-305-2861 Max
more info at

Un foro donde podra aprender como someter sus solicitudes para inmigracion
correcta, habran expertos en la materia para contestarles sus preguntas.
Asista, es Gratis. Mas detalles llamando a Max, 415-305-2861

Thursday, November 12
at 7:00pm - 9:00pm in PST
Corpus Christi church, 62 Santa Rosa Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112

Monday, October 12, 2015


Immigration Reform Information Services los anima a que se integren y participen en foros que pretenden guiarnos a mucho mas que la ‪#‎reformamigratoria‬ -- en este caso, como realizar sus suenos empresariales a los ‪#‎salvadorenos‬ y ‪#‎latinoamericanos‬ en la ‪#‎USA

Faltan 2 días para el Foro de la Cámara de Comercio Salvadoreño Americana.
Te esperamos este Miércoles 14 de Octubre del 2015 a partir de las 6:00 PM en el Restaurante El Águila 7926 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, MD 20910
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Monday, October 5, 2015


The Outstanding American by Choice initiative recognizes the outstanding achievements of naturalized U.S. citizens. Through civic participation, professional achievement, and responsible citizenship, recipients of this honor have demonstrated their commitment to this country and to the common civic values that unite us as Americans.

Throughout the year, USCIS will recognize naturalized citizens who have made significant contributions to both their community and their adopted country.

Considering a Certificate CLICK HERE