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Getting your ESTA visa – What do you need to do?

Getting your ESTA visa – What do you need to do?

WASHINGTON, DC – Currently, you can’t travel to the United States without the e visa usa traveling requires. In order to acquire this visa, you must submit an application online and wait their response. Here, you can learn more about the ESTA visa and what it implies. If you’re not sure about how you must […]

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Broward County Commissioners Expand Human Rights Act

Broward County Commissioners Expand Human Rights Act

Commissioners Dale Holness and Nan Rich sponsor Broward County Human Rights Act Broward County – At the December 5 Broward County Commission meeting, Commissioners Holness and Rich sponsored an ordinance to expand the Broward County Human Rights Act. The Broward County Human Rights Act secures all individuals within Broward County freedom from discrimination because of […]

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Caribbean Bar Association installs new Officers for 2017-2018

Caribbean Bar Association installs new Officers for 2017-2018

Caribbean Bar Association Annual Gala Raises Funds for Scholarships and Hurricane Relief MIAMI – The Caribbean Bar Association (“CBA”) held its 21st Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Conrad Hotel in Miami. The theme for this year’s Gala was “Servant Leadership: We Rise By Lifting Others.” The Gala is the […]

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Who the hell is an American?

Who the hell is an American?

Trump administration rescinds Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program By Dahlia Walker-Huntington Esq. SOUTH FLORIDA – Donald J. Trump today very cowardly sent his anti-immigrant Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions to end the Dream. Trump, after having repeatedly saying since his election that he would treat the Dreamers with “heart”, didn’t have the “heart” […]

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Jamaican appointed Miami-Dade County Judge by Gov. Rick Scott

Jamaican appointed Miami-Dade County Judge by Gov. Rick Scott

Renatha Francis appointed to Miami-Dade County Court by Governor Rick Scott MIAMI – Shutts & Bowen’s Miami attorney Renatha Francis has been appointed to the Miami-Dade County Court by Governor Rick Scott. Renatha primarily represented insurance providers in personal injury protection litigation matters, specializing in the interpretation and application of automobile insurance policies. Before joining Shutts, […]

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Miami-Dade County sued over immigration policy

Miami-Dade County sued over immigration policy

UM Law Clinic Sues Miami-Dade County Over Immigration Policy CORAL GABLES – The University of Miami School of Law’s Immigration Clinic has filed a federal suit against Miami-Dade County for illegally detaining a U.S. citizen under its controversial jail policy of holding people in lockup for immigration authorities. The suit, filed on behalf of an 18-year-old […]

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FL Bar Elder Law Section Installs Jamaican National As New Chair Elect

FL Bar Elder Law Section Installs Jamaican National As New Chair Elect

FORT LAUDERDALE – The Florida Bar Elder Law Section has elected Jamaican born attorney, Collett P. Small as their new chairperson. Small, the first woman of color and of Jamaican heritage, is scheduled to be installed this June at the swearing in ceremony in Boca Raton. Small, a resident of Weston, has been practicing law for 12 […]

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Haiti TPS announcement misleading on facts

Haiti TPS announcement misleading on facts

By Steven Forester MIAMI – DHS’s announcement extending Haiti’s TPS designation for only six months (rather than the usual, appropriate 18 months) sends very mixed signals and omits extremely significant facts. It stresses this is likely the last extension, that TPS holders should prepare their travel documents for return to Haiti, and (which is inaccurate) that […]

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Homeland Security Extends Temporary Protected Status for Haitians

Homeland Security Extends Temporary Protected Status for Haitians

DHS Secretary Kelly Statement’s on the Limited Extension of Haiti’s Designation for Temporary Protected Status  WASHINGTON, DC – Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly today (May 22) announced his decision to extend—for an additional six months—the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Haiti.  This extension is effective July 23, 2017 through January 22, 2018. “After […]

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EEOC Sues SLS Hotel in Miami Beach For Discriminatory Firing Of Haitian Workers

EEOC Sues SLS Hotel in Miami Beach For Discriminatory Firing Of Haitian Workers

Haitian Kitchen Workers were Terminated Based on Race, Color and National Origin, Federal Agency Charged MIAMI – The SLS Hotel in Miami Beach’s South Beach violated federal law by firing black Haitian dishwashers because of their race, color and national origin, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed in April […]

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