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Mustafa Al-Iraqi 60 Nov 23
are crossing seas & while are waiting in host countries many years but none care in registered abanded 3-8 years
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Leandro Bedolla 48s
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Abogada Angélica Jiménez 12m
Replying to @AbogadaEmigrar
Applicants are ineligible for naturalization if they obtained lawful permanent residence status in error, by fraud or otherwise not in compliance with the law. . .
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Eytan Stern Weber 21h
. You promised us almost 2 years ago that County would exit the contract with . Now, your spokesperson is advocating for renewing it for 10 years. Do you plan to keep your word to stop profiting off detained ?
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CUNY-IIE 44m
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Parakkal Deepak MD, MS, FACG Nov 22
as the bedrock and the ‘tip of the spear’ in our fight against pandemic
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Xin (Eric) Wang Nov 19
My parents have never seen their grandson once for more than two years since he was born. Even worse, I don’t expect they can for at least another year. It tears me up.
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J O E L•t o o l e y 15h
Replying to @AliMayorkas
As an advocate for America’s , i offer my congratulations and my very ready welcome!
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mwrab Nov 23
Important and informative thread 👇 thankful for and this Thanksgiving.
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Esther Benjamin Nov 23
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The Welcoming Center Nov 18
Last evening was our International Professionals Program graduation — 11 graduates from 8 countries! We are so proud of everyone for all the hard work! Learn more and apply:
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Jeffrey Riedinger 19h
Well worth watching if you are looking for validation of the many contributions of & .
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Linda Ferrara Nov 18
From - shantytowns looked like poor rural villages. Houses had muddy footpaths between them, & cows, pigs, or chickens outside. They usually had just one room, which served all purposes for the family.
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David Saul Acosta Nov 20
In America, we celebrate the contributions of and welcome their talents and creativity onto our shores with open arms. It’s what makes 🇺🇸 forever young.
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Centre for Skills Development Nov 18
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The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm Nov 18
Happy Client Review! "In a very short time, we were able to secure all 3 green cards, and work visas!" - Jim M.
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CUNY-IIE Nov 18
Happy hump day! Just some wishes from us to you during this time. We appreciate you & your support! Have a great week! 💙
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Pallavi Ahluwalia Nov 23
Also looking forward to USCIS reverting to its previous mission & recognising US as a nation of and making it better than it was before. The immigrant communities deserve better than their experiences the last 4 years.
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Book Club Pro 5h
20-year-old Ellen Montagu is a new living in in 1846. Ellen & Cormac Guinness try to adjust to life as in their new home. by
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Haenley 🇭🇹 Pierre Nov 16
What advice would you give to an immigrant family?
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