The Onerous Path to Citizenship of U.S. soldiers

Tobias J Song   USCIS (United States Citizenships and Immigration Services) is the governmental agency under the department of homeland security. The agency was formerly called INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) under the Department of Justice. USCIS was transferred to the department of homeland security in 2003 because of the increased security needs in regards... Continue Reading →

“This Land is Your Land” …or is it?

Walt Pereira   The claim of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) being part Native American surfaced again during last year’s election cycle due to Donald Trump using the epithet, “Pocahontas,” in regards to her. One of my favorite Trump moments came when in a press conference in May 2016, while in North Dakota, a reporter asked... Continue Reading →

What Does the ICE Really Do?

Tobias J Song   When I started reading the newspaper, stories about ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) were always featured on the front page. But the stories are not about how well the governmental agency is doing their jobs, but about stories of illegal immigrants who are subjected to be removed by ICE. They play... Continue Reading →

No Mass Deportation? 

Jun Myung Song   Today, Secretary of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) John Kelly stated that military force would not be utilized for the deportation of illegal immigrants. Activation of reserve of national guard forces for the deportation may be useful for the immediate action against the illegal immigrants who are residing in the United... Continue Reading →

MAVNI, the True “Dreamers”

Tobias J Song    On February 17, 2017, the Army Times revealed the recruiting plan of the United States Army, it says that the Army will offer a two-year contract and generous bonuses up to $40,000 to meet the recruiting goal of this year. According to USAREC (United States Army Recruiting Command), the Army now... Continue Reading →

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