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July 2017 Archives

El Paso's unlikely role in the federal immigration crackdown

The river that separates El Paso from Juarez, Mexico serves as a prominent, albeit unique access point for hundreds of people. Every summer, a dry, brown plain replaces the flowing water. Hundreds of people run across the riverbed to enjoy four-minute visits with their loved ones, a practice that skirts the law, but enjoys the approval of border patrol on both sides.

What you should know about the naturalization process

The path to citizenship can be one fraught with challenges and difficulties. There are complex legal matters at hand, and the process can be difficult to understand and navigate. Your application for naturalization could come back denied for no clear reason, but knowing your rights and how to protect your interests could ease some of the difficulty of this process.

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