Cubans Facing Deportation Await Changes In US-Cuba RelationsWith the United States and Cuba inching closer to fully restoring diplomatic ties, including re-opening embassies for the first time in 54 years, the future is murky for tens of thousands of Cuban immigrants who have been ordered by immigration authorities to leave the country.
Diaz, Danticat Decry Deportations In Dominican RepublicTwo authors, with roots in a divided Caribbean island, are urging protests against the deportations of migrants from the Dominican Republic.
Lawyers Tell Immigrants To Seek Counsel On ReformTop immigration attorneys are warning Floridians living in the country illegally to start putting their papers together if they want to take advantage of President Barack Obama's move to temporarily lift the threat of deportation.
Florida Among States Getting Most Immigrant Kids Federal data published Thursday shows Florida is the state receiving the most unaccompanied children caught at the U.S. border.
Man Pleads Guilty In Smuggling Venture That Killed 4 A man from the Bahamas who survived an alleged smuggling attempt which killed four Haitians, pleaded guilty to coming back to the U.S. after he was deported.
ICE: Vet Who Threatened To Kill Himself Had Extensive Criminal BackgroundA military veteran who threatened to hurt himself Monday and brought traffic to a halt in the I-595/Turnpike interchange, was set for deportation proceedings due to an extensive criminal background.
Rep. Wilson Gets 4AM Deportation Of Dad Stopped A last minute plea to U.S. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson has stopped a father of four from being deported – at least for the time being.
Rally Held In Support Of Jailed Father Facing DeportationA rally of support was held Tuesday for a South Florida father who faces deportation after getting arrested for driving without a license.
Software Giant McAfee Deported From Guatemala, Now In MiamiAnti-virus software founder John McAfee has landed at Miami International Airport after being deported from Guatemala.
Children Of Illegal Immigrants Can Now Apply To Stay In U.S.The nightmare is officially over for “The Dreamers.” Beginning Wednesday children who were brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents can officially apply to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a two year deferment from being deported.
Police: Lauderhill Mother Stole Thousands In Label Switching SchemeA Broward County mother is accused of being a prolific thief -- changing the labels on high priced toys at Target and Walmart stores, selling the items online and making off with tens of thousands of dollars.
Poll: 64% Of Likely Voters Support Obama's Immigration PolicyJust days after President Barack Obama announced his decision to end the deportations of some illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children; voters are giving him high marks on the move.