Bud Conlin and Alejo Vada attended a Miami-Dade County Commission meeting earlier this month to protest a vote to end the county’s ‘sanctuary’ status for undocumented immigrants.
Bud Conlin and Alejo Vada attended a Miami-Dade County Commission meeting earlier this month to protest a vote to end the county’s ‘sanctuary’ status for undocumented immigrants. C.M. Guerrero Miami Herald Staff
Bud Conlin and Alejo Vada attended a Miami-Dade County Commission meeting earlier this month to protest a vote to end the county’s ‘sanctuary’ status for undocumented immigrants. C.M. Guerrero Miami Herald Staff

They may not be documented. But they do pay taxes.

February 24, 2017 3:51 PM

More Videos

Got a condo complaint? There is now an office in Miami-Dade to handle it 1:14

Got a condo complaint? There is now an office in Miami-Dade to handle it

Thousands line up for food aid outside of Tropical Park 1:19

Thousands line up for food aid outside of Tropical Park

Listen to the 911 call for help from a Hollywood nursing home 0:52

Listen to the 911 call for help from a Hollywood nursing home

Twenty five ton baobab tree felled by Hurricane Irma put back in place 1:55

Twenty five ton baobab tree felled by Hurricane Irma put back in place

Our Favorite Things About Being Caribbean 1:50

Our Favorite Things About Being Caribbean

Cops looking for duo who tried to rob victim in car 0:29

Cops looking for duo who tried to rob victim in car

Dolphins coach Adam Gase says he only listens to himself on coaching decisions 1:14

Dolphins coach Adam Gase says he only listens to himself on coaching decisions

Dragic excited about the start of the season Wednesday 2:16

Dragic excited about the start of the season Wednesday

Watch family find dog alive and well after Santa Rosa fire destroyed home 0:39

Watch family find dog alive and well after Santa Rosa fire destroyed home

In powerless Puerto Rico, washboards and hand-held fans are making a comeback 2:07

In powerless Puerto Rico, washboards and hand-held fans are making a comeback

  • Got a condo complaint? There is now an office in Miami-Dade to handle it

    Florida’s government opened an office in Miami-Dade for the division of condominiums, timeshares and mobile homes of the State’s Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR).