Kansas Labor Department Update

Delia Garcia, secretary of the Kansas Department of Labor, gave an update on the website www.getkansasbenefits.gov, where the population can submit their application for unemployment benefits. Among other topics, he talked about the best hours of the day to submit this application. Delia Garcia, secretaria del departamento de trabajo de Kansas, dio una actualización sobre […]

La columna de Jessica Piedra: Careful Who You Trust!

Hello friends, we are continuing to work hard for you in this difficult time. Two recent cases show how important it is to be careful who you trust with your immigration process. Often I see clients who have spent too much money, time and effort on a process that could have been done simpler. Other […]

How to cope with stress and anxiety during the pandemic

Commentary by Chara The coronavirus outbreak is stressful for people worldwide. No doubt, the worry people are feeling about health and financial issues is disrupting sleeping and eating patterns, thus causing mental and physical health problems, including the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and/or other drugs. Do not let the stress of the pandemic lead you […]

Wonderful World: Discover Monterey

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about a city in our country that was the first capital of California and remained like such for more than 70 years. We are talking about Monterey, California. Founded in 1770, it has a population density of a little over 30,000 inhabitants. From […]

Stimulus Checks: Who Is Eligible and How Much Will They Be?

The law will send $1,200 checks to many, including Social Security recipients Federal lawmakers enacted a $2 trillion economic stimulus package Friday that will send most Americans checks of up to $1,200, as a way to put money directly in the pockets of families struggling to manage the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The legislation, will […]

Offensive Facebook posts from Border Patrol agents spark investigation

By Roberta Pardo A series of offensive posts by Border Patrol agents surfaced recently, thanks to a report by ProPublica. ProPublica obtained screenshots of a secret Facebook group for current and former Border Patrol agents where members joked about the deaths of migrants, shared derogatory comments about Latina members of Congress who planned to visit […]

Remembering 2018: from July – December

July Leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was declared the winner of Mexico’s presidential election, held on July 1. According to the results reported by the Instituto Nacional Electoral, Obrador received 53 percent of the vote, followed by Ricardo Anaya with 22.5 percent, Jose Antonio Meade with 16.2 percent and Jaime Rodriguez Calderon with 5.2 […]

Remembering 2018: from January – June

January On Jan. 9, mudslides began hitting parts of Southern California. The mudslides were part of a series of disasters that hit the region, starting in late 2017 with wildfires, followed by flooding. On Jan. 16, the Trump administration issued an 11-page report claiming to have evidence of a connection between immigration and terrorism. The […]

Actriz asegura gobierno mexicano quiere destruirla

Kate del Castillo teme al gobierno mexicano. La actriz mexicana, quien está bajo una investigación del gobierno por presuntos vínculos con el narcotraficante Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, expresó su preocupación el domingo (24 de enero) durante una entrevista con Univisión. Por casi dos semanas, del Castillo ha sido objeto de rumores de los medios de […]