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Universal Declaration

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, and former professor. We are living in a time of uncertainty where governments are discussing important changes for their countries. In each part of the world, different realities are lived. Mexico, for example, has experienced an alternation of government like no other in its …

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County’s District Attorneys Don’t Show Up to Work

-Editorial Fifteen Deputy District Attorneys’ did not show up to work Tuesday morning, something the County Board of Supervisors immediately reacted with concern. During Imperial County Board of Supervisors Meeting, Chairman Ryan Kelley made a public statement regarding the sick out of fifteen attorneys saying the action has caused alarm …

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Flag Day Celebrated in Calexico

-Editorial The Mexican Consulate in Calexico held the commemoration of Flag Day in Mexico celebrating the tradition and meaning of its symbol. On February 25 at the gardens of the Mexican Consulate, a ceremony was held to honor the flag. The flag represents the rich history of a country and …

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USCIS Strengthens Guidance on Spousal Petitions Involving Minors

Guidance Clarifies Agency Requirements for Petition WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it is publishing guidance for its officers to consider when adjudicating spousal petitions involving minors. The guidance, published as an update to the USCIS Adjudicator’s Field Manual (AFM),  clarifies age requirements for a petitioner filing an …

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