It was a proud day on South Beach Wednesday as 100 new American citizens were sworn in.
South Florida is in for a presidential visit next week.
Over the next two days, more than 300 men, women and children will swear their allegiance to the United States and become official become U.S. citizens at Biscayne National Park.
A former Broward Sheriff’s Deputy accused of intimidating undocumented immigrants into performing sex acts entered a guilty plea on Thursday.
Migrants came ashore on Friday in Palmetto Bay.
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Top 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.
People living in this country illegally, who want to take advantage of the president’s move to temporarily lift the threat of deportation, are being urged to start getting their papers and documentation together now.
One day after President Barack Obama took action to change immigration rules, some are taking a look at the fine print of the new policy.
The president’s remarks will have make a profound difference in the lives of the up to five million illegal immigrants many of which live in South Florida.