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While thousands of Haitians and Central Americans fleeing violence and persecution were being repelled by Border Patrol agents on horseback on the southern border, summarily deported to Haiti, and returned to Mexico to suffer, the US undertook a large-scale evacuation
Continue Reading Afghan refugees seek protection from persecution with Special Immigrant Visas (SIV).

Recent images of Afghans evacuated to the US being welcomed at American airports, and Haitians at the US-Mexican border being beaten back by Border Patrol agents on horseback to block them from seeking asylum protection in the US, have raised
Continue Reading Haitian refugees denied at the US border: Why are different groups of people fleeing dangers in their countries treated differently?

On September 11-12th, 2021, Kennett Square will celebrate its 36th Annual Mushroom Festival.  (SHG Immigration Law is one of the festival’s sponsors).  The theme for this year’s festival is “Rooted in the Community” as a way to celebrate
Continue Reading Fungus Humongous: How Immigration Helped Kennett Square Become the “Mushroom Capital of the World”

For better or worse, anybody who has ever spent more than 5 minutes in my office would know that I play bachata music throughout the workday.  I also like to dance Bachata (which I do poorly) and take weekly classes
Continue Reading !BACHATEAME MAMA! How US Immigration (and New York City) Helped Turn Rural Dominican Music into a Worldwide Phenomenon