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May 19th, 2017 by Miasnow


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Boxer Ray Beltran, a Mexican national, is fighting for more than just an International Boxing Federation World title, he is also battling the U.S. Immigration Service to have his immigration status approved, and his green card issued.

Beltran, who grew up in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico, will face Jonathan Maicelo in an IBF world title eliminator at Madison Square Garden in New York City this weekend.

“This fight is the key. It is the key to everything,” lightweight boxer Beltran said according to USA Today.

The boxer is being literal in several ways. Not only will it give him a shot at gaining a title for his professional boxing career, but a win could also prove to U.S. Immigration Services officials that he is worthy Find Out More…

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May 15th, 2017 by Miasnow


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A Green Card-holder who previously escaped deportation is accused of killing two U.S. doctors in a high-profile South Boston murder case.

Bampumim Teixeira, an African national living in the U.S. on a Green Card, is accused of murdering Drs. Richard Field, 49, and Lina Bolanos, 38, in their apartment, according to Sentinel & Enterprise.

Field and Bolanos were attacked when Teixeira allegedly tied them up and slit their throats. According to police, Teixeira had written a message on the wall of the apartment and cut up photos of the couple that were in the apartment.

Before dying, Field texted a friend of his to call the police. When police arrived, they said they Find Out More…

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