Fidel Castro is Dead, now what?

I was stunned this morning From hearing that Fidel Castro’s dead. The relationships between the United States and Cuba nation have been thawing recently. They are election of Donald Trump and the death of Fidel Castro are definitely going to change US -Cuba relations for the long-term. Obama promised that the embargo would be lifted…

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Attorney Ahmad Yakzan Participates in Discussion about the Global Refugee Crisis

Attorney Ahmad Yakzan participated in a discussion about the international refugee crisis. The discussion was held at Stetson University College of Law and included experts on international law. Attorney Yakzan spoke about his experience in representing high profile individuals in affirmative asylum filings in the United States. He also discussed his recent visit to Lebanon…

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Attorney Ahmad Yakzan Featured in GEO Magazine in a Story about the American Dream™

Attorney Ahmad Yakzan, the founder and the managing attorney of American Dream™ Law Office PLLC, was featured in a story discussing the American Dream™. The story was written by journalist Jurgen Schaefer of GEO Deutschland, in Germany. The magazine publishes human interest stories. The story featured other individuals experiencing and helping other people achieve their American…

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Caribbean Immigrants in the United States

In 2014, approximately 4 million immigrants from the Caribbean resided in the United States, accounting for 9 percent of the nation’s 42.4 million immigrants. More than 90 percent of Caribbean immigrants came from five countries: Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Haiti, and Trinidad and Tobago (see Table 1). Immigrants from the Caribbean vary in their…

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Is Immigration Reform Possible Even After Last Night’s Vote?

We all know that yesterday’s election results are very bad for immigration reform. After all, the last time we had a Democratic President with a Republican controlled Congress we witnesses the passage of IIRIRA (Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act). Despite last night’s vote, President Obama vowed today that he will be using his…

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