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    Pathway To Citizenship

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    as bank statements, enrollment in school, passport showing date of entry into the united states. Those who are unable to prove this will not be eligible to gain legal residence and may be subject to deportation. Anyone foun to be falsifying documents to gain legal resident will be put on a deportation proceedings immediately to avoid new undocumenteds from trying to game the system. Those who make it past the first step will then be thoroughly interview and an intensive background check will be…

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    After 9/11 airport security was the biggest issue concerning security. Since Septermber 11th several security procedure have been implemented. One of those are Secure Flight. Secure is a passenger prescreening program. The program was design to identify high and low risk beform they arrice at the airport.. It identifies passengers on the no fly list. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Do Not Board List from boarding an aircraft.. Some of the precedures include, shoes must be removed…

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    international circumstances, and how the government found ways to construct legislation regarding these events to serve their own interests. Examples of this are shown in the prohibition of strikes through the War Labour Policy of 1918, massive deportations, and the overall exclusionary policies towards groups with “peculiar habits” and assumed to possess a “probable inability to become readily assimilated” (p. 187). For much of our country’s history then, immigration was viewed through an…

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    inhabitants are massacred at Ponary. Nazi soldiers use empty pits as a way to dispose of the unwanted bodies of thousands of Vilna’s Jews. Once mass killings begin, the only meaningful improvement to be won is the suspension of these mass killings and deportations. Some administrators, like Gens, sensed the German’s intentions and thought the goal could be achieved by demonstrating their communities’ productive capacities. In Ghetto, the main source of productivity in the Vilna ghetto is…

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    Stunz's Argument Analysis

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    Another site of legal violence is within mass incarceration. William Stunz addresses the violence of the system as focusing on the process over the outcome. He focuses on how the law was put into place to create the desired outcomes, rather than looking at the results to create the law. This focus on the process means there is no inquiry to whether material outcomes of the process are actually just and as such it appears that the system does not want to fix the problem, but rather just emphasize…

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    In 2014, President Obama announced broad executive action to change the way the United States deals with illegal immigrants.. The action contained various clauses, but the most controversial were the ones involving the deferment of deportation for an estimated 4 million illegal immigrants. Responses to this executive action varied, with some in favor, and others vehemently opposed. This action raises both moral and legal questions regarding the responsibilities of the president and the limits of…

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    Turkey Genocide Essay

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    Are Turkish Armenians Victim or Survivals Last October on the 29th, Turkey had celebrated the Turkish Republic day’s 93 anniversary. Every single government representative talked about the independence “War” and the great victory of the proclamation of The Turkish Republic by Mustafa Kamal Ataturk (Hardy). None of the officials; however, referenced how did this republic build. Nobody mentioned the lands that were emptied after the genocide. Nor the systematic ethnic cleansing brought up. Hence,…

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    Immigration In America

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    Immigration is the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country. Individuals believe that policies must protect our border first; allow legal immigration of people who will benefit America. I am for immigration because it gives immigrants the chance to work, earn money. If immigrants want to come to America then why should we stop them? Everyone needs a way to earn money to support their families. Well of course they are documented. Here are points of views of both Democratic and…

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    saving you time and money. 5 Reasons Why You Need an Immigration Attorney in Dallas, TX: Immigration Court Proceedings: According to nolo.com, this is the number one reason you should enlist the help of an immigration lawyer. If you're involved in deportation court proceedings, you'll want to contact an immigration lawyer as soon as possible. Your immigration status is in the hands of the court, and you'll need a lawyer to help you navigate the situation. Work Visas: Most companies…

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    Through out the years 2000 and 2010 the number of immigrants has rapidly increased raising up many questions. Because of unauthorized immigrant parent’s, children are becoming the target of their decisions, and have been struggling to over come the barriers that came across them because of being immigrants. The number of children that are beginning to suffer from this, have been off the chart, over 16 million children in the age of 17 years and younger are members of an immigrant family (Mather,…

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