Appeals Court Says Florida Cannot Ban Chinese Land Ownership 

The state law also bans land ownership near military installations for citizens of Cuba, Venezuela, Syria, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. The Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals…

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House Speaker Heads Group of Legislators in Visit to Eagle Pass 

Customs and Border Protection agents say more than 300,000 migrants entered the nation in December. House Speaker Mike Johnson and 60 other legislators are scheduled to visit the…

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China Seeks to Develop Surveillance Base in Cuba

U.S. officials voice concerns over reports that the CCP has offered billions to Cuba to establish an intelligence facility. An agreement has reportedly been reached between Cuban and…

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U.S. and Colombia Release Joint Statement on Migration

The two nations affirm their commitment to address illegal and support legal immigration. The U.S. State Department recently released a joint commitment made by the United States and…

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U.S. Embassy in Havana Resumes Full Visa Processing

New applicants no longer have to go to Guyana for processing interviews. The U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, resumed its full immigrant visa processing services this week. The…

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President Offers Legal Pathway for Some Migrants

Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan migrants must adhere to the asylum application process. President Joe Biden, in addressing the topic of the U.S.-Mexico border and the likely end…

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Administration Considers Title 42 Expansion

Cubans, Nicaraguans. and Haitians could be included in mass expulsions.  President Biden’s administration is considering expanding Title 42 restrictions to apply to Cuban, Nicaraguan and Haitian migrants. Administration…

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U.S. Immigration Processing to Resume in Havana

State Department to hold full visa interviews by 2023. State Department officials announced last week that the United States will resume full immigration visa processing at their embassy…

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Senators Call for Russia to be Designated Terrorism Sponsor

They renewed calls for the president to get tougher with Moscow.  Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut called on President Biden’s administration to…

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Some Legislators Still Trying to Close Guantanamo Bay

Efforts to shut down the facility have failed to gain adequate support. Last month, majority members of the House advanced legislation with the intent to close the Guantanamo…

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