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OVERNIGHT TECH: FCC releases program carriage order
The Hill (blog)August 1, 2011

New telecom law firm in town: The law firm Telecommunications Law Professionals launched in Washington, DC, on Monday. Carl W. Northrop, a former partner at the firm Paul Hastings, will head the new group. Several of the firm's other founding lawyers ...more »

Crystal Cathedral looks to donations to emerge from bankruptcy
Los Angeles TimesAugust 2, 2011

Mark Winthrop, the cathedral's bankruptcy attorney, reaffirmed in court that the church's board, which was reorganized last week, is relying on a "faith-generated belief" that funds will come through. He said board members understand that the creditors ...more »

Immigration Law News and Stories

Citizenship
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Immigration procrastination
Charleston Post CourierAugust 27, 2011

And some state laws designed to get tough on illegal immigration have seriously hampered construction and farming. For instance, Wednesday's Wall Street Journal reported on rising concerns about the Alabama immigration law passed in June: ...more »

Green Card & Naturalization
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Email letters, August 11, 2011
Grand Junction SentinelAugust 11, 2011

The exemptions to having to write and speak English are: —If the person is age 50 or older at time of filing for naturalization and have lived as a permanent resident (green card holder) in the United States for 20 years (commonly referred to as the ...more »

Deportation
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Immigrant Rights Advocates Target Federal Deportation Program
Wall Street Journal (blog)August 18, 2011

Adopted in 2008, the Secure Communities program authorizes the FBI to automatically send fingerprints to immigration officials, who are then empowered to deport people who have violated immigration laws and are deemed to present a significant threat to ...more »

For many, working in Korea is dream come true
JoongAng DailyAugust 30, 2011

Korea permits foreign laborers from about 15 countries, including Vietnam and Bangladesh, to work on three-year visas, though it places a quota for each country, depending on the number of illegal immigrants from the country and on how well the ...more »

Waivers & Special Cases
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The Nation's Cruelest Immigration Law
New York TimesAugust 29, 2011

Public school officials will be required to determine students' immigration status and report back to the state. Anyone knowingly “concealing, harboring or shielding” an illegal immigrant could be charged with a crime, say for renting someone an ...more »

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