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Jamaican-American lawyer, Dahlia Walker Huntington wins prestigious national Diversity and Inclusion Award

Jamaican-American lawyer, Dahlia Walker Huntington wins prestigious national Diversity and Inclusion Award

Dahlia Walker-Huntington immigration and family lawyer and diversity and inclusion consultant, of Hollywood, Florida, recently copped a national Diversity and Inclusion award from The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).  Dahlia is a 23-year member of AILA’s South Florida Chapter the regional chapter of the 15,000 member strong national association of immigration attorneys and law professors. […]

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Jamaican-America attorney Dahlia Walker Huntington launches – ‘You Only Know Half’ podcast to showcase Jamaicans living in the USA

Jamaican-America attorney Dahlia Walker Huntington launches – ‘You Only Know Half’ podcast to showcase Jamaicans living in the USA

HOLLYWOOD, Florida. Tuesday, June 1, 2021:  Jamaica is a small country of approximately 2.8 million people living on a 4,444 square miles island and another two million Jamaicans living outside the country.  The impact on the world of this relatively tiny island is legendary – her athletes, her scholars, her music, her food and her […]

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Divorce in South Florida

Unfortunately, not all marriages last. Perhaps both of you had different expectations that you didn’t voice or weren’t even aware of before the wedding. Maybe, as the years passed, you realized that you wanted different things out of life and are better off going your separate ways. Whatever your reasons for divorce, you need a […]

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Hollywood Divorce Lawyer

You tried your best to make it work, but you know in your heart that your marriage is irretrievably broken. After allowing yourself to grieve and process the feelings of anger and disappointment, you decide to file for divorce. Like everywhere else, Florida is dealing with the devastating consequences of the pandemic. Perhaps you’ve lost […]

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Caribbean Bar Association

Caribbean Bar Association and F. Malcolm Cunningham, Sr. Bar Association Host a Community Immigration Forum in West Palm Beach on March 16, 2017 at the Urban League of Palm Beach County West Palm Beach, FL – On Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 6:00 p.m., the Caribbean Bar Association (the “CBA”) in partnership with the F. […]

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U.S. Department of State Implements Two-Parent Consent Law

In July 2001, the United States Department of State implemented a law regarding passport application procedures.  Under the Two-Parent Consent Law, as amended in 2008, both parents are required to consent to the passport application for a minor U.S. citizen under the age of 16.  By putting this law into practice, the Department of State sought to decrease the likelihood that […]

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Obtaining a B-1 Visa for a Temporary Business Visitor

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) regulates the entry of aliens into the U.S.  In the INA, there is a presumption (subject to certain exceptions) that any alien entering the U.S. intends to “immigrate” or remain in the U.S.  In order to receive a visa authorizing entry into the U.S., aliens must overcome this presumption. […]

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Citizenship of Children Born to Unmarried Parents of Different Nationalities

Children born out of wedlock outside the United States to one citizen parent and one noncitizen parent face different requirements for acquiring U.S. citizenship, depending on the gender of the citizen parent. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) provides that the child must meet additional requirements to obtain U.S. citizenship when their father (but not […]

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Visa Categories for Students Studying in the U.S.

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) regulates entry into the U.S.  Those who wish to visit the U.S. temporarily, for business, study, or pleasure, may apply for one of a number of “visas.”  The INA sets forth the categories and procedures applicable to such visas.  A visitor to the U.S. may take a short course […]

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Gender-Based Persecution as a Basis for U.S. Asylum

Rodi Alvarado is a Guatemalan woman.  At age 16, she married Francisco Osorio, a Guatemalan soldier.  For the next ten years, Osorio systematically abused Rodi in the cruelest of manners; she was beaten, threatened with death, and/or sexually assaulted on an almost daily basis.  Protests or resistance merely brought forth worse treatment and assurance by […]

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