At Miami Conference, El Salvador's President Announced He Wants Bitcoin To Be Legal Tender In His CountryAt the Bitcoin 2021 conference in Wynwood over the weekend, El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced that he wants to make the cryptocurrency legal tender in his country.
Temporary Protected Status Extended For US Residents From Sudan, El Salvador, Haiti & NicaraguaThe Department of Homeland Security is extending Temporary Protected Status for U.S. residents from Sudan, El Salvador, Haiti, and Nicaragua.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Ending Protections For Some ImmigrantsSome immigrants in South Florida, and many more across the county, are breathing a temporary sigh of relief.
Trump's Vulgar Language On Minds Of Newly Sworn In US CitizensPresident Donald Trump’s vulgar language in a closed-door meeting is fresh on the mind of many of the 150 people becoming US citizens Friday.
Trump Admin Ends Protections For 200,000 SalvadoransThe Trump administration is ending protections for El Salvadorans in the U.S. possibly affecting more than 200,000 immigrants who have lived in the country for more than 15 years,
Stranded Cuban Migrants Make Plans To Cross MexicoAfter being stranded in Costa Rica for months, nearly 200 Cuban migrants who recently made it to southern Mexico began making plans Thursday to travel to the border with the United States.
Journey To U.S. Resumes For Cubans Stuck In Costa RicaThe wait is over for thousands of Cuban refugees who have been stuck in Costa Rica for the last couple of months. On Wednesday, the first 180 of the 8,000 migrants were airlifted to El Salvador and then traveled by bus to Guatemala.
Courts Grapple With Dependency Pleas From Undocumented TeensIn a type of case it said has become increasingly common, a South Florida appeals court Wednesday rejected a legal-dependency request for a Guatemalan teen who entered the United States as an undocumented immigrant.
Court Rejects Dependency Pleas From Immigrant TeensIn a pair of similar cases, a South Florida appeals court Wednesday turned down dependency requests by teens from El Salvador and Honduras who want to apply for permanent residency in the United States.
Child Rapist, Killer Re-Sentenced To 40 YearsA Miami man who was originally sentenced to life in prison for raping and murdering his sister has been given a second chance.
Judge To Rule On Resentencing For Teen Rapist, MurdererA South Florida judge will wait until Friday to decide whether a man sentenced to life in prison without parole when he was 14, will be given a lighter sentence.
Convicted Child Killer Takes Stand In Re-Sentencing HearingA convicted child killer who raped and murdered his sister when he was only 14-years old has taken the stand during his re-sentencing hearing.
South Florida Fast-Food Workers Join Global-Level ProtestThe chants went up Thursday outside a Miami McDonald's and a nearby Wendy's as demonstrators demanded an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.