The crisis of children crossing the border without their parents and filling up shelters in Miami-Dade county is becoming an impending issue in Florida’s public school system.
Undocumented immigrant children are crossing the border into the United States from Mexico at alarming rates. Some have beed sent to Miami where shelters have breached capacity.
The Coast Guard repatriated 16 Cuban migrants this week.
There are new details Friday regarding a Bahamian national in charge of a boat when it capsized off the coast of South Florida.
A U.S. Army veteran and Cuban native has discovered he may not be an American citizen.
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.
Vice President Joe Biden drew cheers from many of the 2,000 graduating students from Miami-Dade College and their parents when he called for immigration reform at graduation ceremony on Saturday.
There’s been a small victory of sorts for those who support in-state tuition for undocumented immigrant students.
As state lawmakers enter the final week of the 60 day session, immigrant advocates are asking Gov. Rick Scott to employ more political muscle to convince them to pass a bill which will allow thousands of youths living in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition for the state’s colleges.
Carlos Lopez-Cantera was a state representative for eight years before he was elected to be Miami-Dade’s property appraiser. Then, a little more than two months ago Governor Rick Scott tapped him to be lieutenant governor, replacing Jennifer Carroll who resigned. Lopez-Cantera has been working to bridge the divide between the legislature and the governor’s office and he is expected to be a key figure on the campaign trail, especially when it comes to courting Hispanic voters, as Scott tries to win a second term. Lopez-Cantera sits down for an extensive one-on-one with Jim.