Category Archives: citizen US Constitution

Getting Arrested While Traveling Abroad

While watching an episode of the TV show, Locked Up Abroad, it dawned on me the hassles involved with getting arrested in a foreign country. I had never thought much about it before seeing this show. But after seeing some recent … Continue reading

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Nothing is Ever Coincidental

  On Wednesday of this week, Congress passed a budget that exceeded $1 trillion, funding the federal government through 2015. They even increased funds to many domestic programs, some of which by millions of dollars. The threat of another shutdown … Continue reading

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Is This An Immigration Precedent?

Sergio Garcia Do you know the name of Sergio Garcia? If you don’t know him now, you likely will be hearing lots about him in weeks and months to come.  He is the first undocumented person to be admitted to … Continue reading

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