Flooding in Honduras May Help Hondurans in the United States

Extreme flooding occurring in Central America has led U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to remind everyone of immigration benefits available, upon request, to eligible nationals from countries in that region. USCIS understands that a natural disaster can affect an individual’s ability to establish or maintain lawful immigration status. Temporary relief measures available to eligible […]

Helping Honduras Inc. Under Scrutiny

USA – New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow and the state Division of Consumer Affairs filed complaints on Wednesday against four allegedly fraudulent immigration services providers. The businesses – Beltra’s Agency, Corazon Travel Agency, Helping Honduras Inc. and Kingdom Vision Service Corporation – allegedly used false advertising saying that they were authorized to prepare immigration […]

Cuban Rafters Rescued in Honduras

Six Cuban migrants were rescued this morning by the authorities of Honduras, after arriving on the Atlantic coast in poor health. Edgardo Ramirez, Mayor of Esparta, Atlántida, reported that six men were found on the La Rosita beach by residents from the area who tried to assist them with food and clothing. The mayor confirmed […]

Immigration to the US an Impossible Dream

Two years ago, a young woman named Yudi went to the U.S. consulate in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, in pursuit of an impossible dream. I want to go to the United States, she told the person at the reception desk. Yudi knew her chances of getting a U.S. company to sponsor her for a work […]

US Immigration True-Life Stories

“When she became a citizen through Reagan’s amnesty program, she was allowed to sponsor her two Honduran sons for legal status, but one of them chose not to become a full citizen. Now that was causing him trouble—at a particularly touchy and turbulent time for immigrants.” “Before amnesty, Mendez survived her own brushes with immigration […]