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November 2018 Archives

Part of the U.S. border closed due to influx of migrants

According to the Washington Post, the San Ysidro border crossing, which sits between Tijuana and San Diego, typically experiences about 10,000 visitors per day. It was recently home to a clash between border agents and migrants from Central America, who are making their way to the border to illustrate their displeasure at the decreased paced of the asylum process in the U.S.

Can you seek asylum in the U.S.?

If you are looking into seeking refuge in Kentucky but don't know where to begin, it can be a very daunting process. How do you know if you're eligible to seek asylum? What reasons can a person seek asylum for, and does yours fall among them?

The reasons people immigrate to Kentucky

Whether you just arrived in the United States within the past month or have been living and working here for more than a decade, as an immigrant, you may have certain things in common with others who traveled similar journeys to Kentucky. There are generally several reasons why people from other countries of origin decide to immigrate to the U.S.

Citizenship question on census could be removed by Democrats

A question regarding citizenship that was introduced to the census form March of this year has come up for debate now that Democrats have control of the House of Representatives after the recent elections. According to U.S. News & World Report, the inclusion of the question was originally thought to stem from an attempt at voter suppression, and as a result many called for it to be investigated before it was included.