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SC Treasurer Sounds Alarm About State Investments
News Channel 7February 1, 2012

He says the legislature doesn't need to pass any new laws regarding the state's investments; the current laws just need to be enforced. So who enforces those laws? "In some cases it's the treasurer; some cases the Budget and Control Board; ...more »

Crimes Targeting Elderly Seen As Growing Trend
13WHAM-TVFebruary 1, 2012

Mason makes that claims while pointing to an aging population of “Baby Boomers” as well as a 2010 Cornell University study on Elder Abuse Prevalence in New York State. That study (attached) estimates that 260000 older New Yorkers “had been victims of ...more »

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UK Attorney General: Rule of Law Applies to Cleric
ABC NewsFebruary 7, 2012

Britain's Home Office had wanted cleric Abu Qatada to remain in prison while he fights a legal battle to avoid extradition to Jordan to face terror charges, but a judge at Britain's Special Immigration Appeals Tribunal granted him bail this week.more »

Undocumented Workers
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Malaysian Govt to Conduct Major Crackdown on Undocumented Workers
chinland guardianFebruary 5, 2012

06 February 2012 - KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian government is scheduled to carry out a major crackdown campaign on undocumented foreigners starting from 16 February, causing massive fear among refugees and migrants workers in the country.more »

Deportation
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R & A Publications
US Immigration SolutionsFebruary 2, 2012

Fortunately, immigration law provides relief to many victims of all forms of domestic violence. Many times the abusive spouse threatens their immigrant victim with arrest, detention, and deportation if they dare call the police or leave the home.more »

Thai sex slaves trapped in hell
The Daily TelegraphFebruary 2, 2012

Picture: Bill Hearne Source: The Daily Telegraph A SYDNEY brothel owner charged with trafficking women to work as sex slaves had allegedly promised the Thai nationals they would be put through university and employed at his aquarium and fish supplies ...more »

Waivers & Special Cases
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CASTRO v. HOLDER
Leagle.comFebruary 1, 2012

At oral argument, however, both the Government and Castro indicated that the immigration judge did not determine whether Castro would have been eligible for cancellation or voluntary departure even if his conviction was not for a crime involving moral ...more »

Green Card & Naturalization
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Easy to E-Verify work eligibility
New York Daily NewsFebruary 24, 2012

Can I renew my green card without paying the $450 filing fee? What about if I apply to become a US citizen? Will immigration waive that fee as well. If so, what is the procedure. I'ma regular reader of your column. I'm 77 years old, living with my ...more »

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