Residents of South Florida are invited to attend two Immigration Town Hall Meetings to discuss the recent announcement by the Obama administration of Deferred Action for hundreds of thousands of young people who are in the United States unlawfully.
Jamaica’s Consul General, Sandra Grant Griffiths has announced the names of honorees of the Jamaica Diaspora Honours 2012, a salute to Jamaicans who have had a significant impact on the Florida and South USA Jamaica Diaspora community as well as to their homeland.
Jamaicans are taking advantage of the new opportunities to establish a working relationship with their homeland, Dahlia Walker-Huntington, a former member of the Diaspora Advisory Board stated at the launch of the book, ‘The Jamaican Diaspora: Building an Operational Framework’.
Jamaican born and Florida based attorneys to lobby the United States Congress for Immigration reform
As scores of Immigration Attorneys from across the United States converge on the nation’s capital on March 19, 2009, two unlikely participants will be front and center. Jamaican born and Florida based attorneys Dahlia Walker-Huntington and Wayne Golding are traveling from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Florida respectively to join forces to lobby the United States […]
Who would have thought that after just two years, the little show, Your Legal Corner, would get so big? The creators, producers and sponsors of the one-hour legal advice talk show on Power 106 celebrated its second anniversary last Thursday. The show has quickly become one of the most listened to programmes on radio, so […]
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller said that the results of the second National Diaspora Conference held in Kingston earlier this month were encouraging.
South Florida Attorney to Speak at Inaugural Nuts and Bolts Conference and PSOJ Cable and Wireless Jamaica Job Creation Awards
The Jamaican Diaspora Southern United States and the Jamaica USA Chamber of Commerce will host a Jamaican Trade and Business Forum at Florida Atlantic University, 2912 College Avenue, Liberal Arts Building, Room 120, Davie, Florida, Saturday, June 10, 2006, 8:30AM – 2:00PM.
The current “hot button” issue, if media coverage is any indication, is immigration: From rallies all across America to the May 1 “Day Without Immigrants,” we have seen largely Latino protests highlighting the need of positive immigration reform.
After one year launch in March 2005, the members of the Caribbean Educators’ Association, Incorporated (CARE) have completed an eventful year resulting in awarding scholarships to two graduating high school seniors of Caribbean descent, and donations of school supplies and toys to the Woodlawn School of Special Education in Mandeville, Jamaica.
The rapidly growing Jamaican overseas community and those at home will now benefit from a new and exciting radio programme that aims to inform, educate and find solutions to matters primarily dealing with immigration and deportation.