Why migrants from El Salvador fear of deportation from the U.S.

January 14, 2018

The life of every migrant is split in two. The first part — which he kept at home, the second — which began after a move. So, Rosa Maria in El Salvador was a sociologist. After fleeing in 2002 in long island (NY) Rosa had to do cleaning of apartments by the day and fast-food restaurants at night. She regularly pays taxes, know English, and her children

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In the United States started accepting applications for renewal of DACA status

January 14, 2018

Accepting applications for the deferred action Program for arrivals in America as children (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — DACA) renewed, said on Saturday, January 13, the U.S. immigration authorities. The program, adopted during the administration of President Barack Obama, protects immigrant children brought to the United States as a minor. This generation, called «dreamers»has the right to obtain a work permit in the United States. A person previously granted…

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California will start accepting applications for driving licences of the new sample

January 14, 2018

From 22 January onwards the new rules, according to which 24 States will not be enough standard driver’s license to operate domestic flights and cross the territory of some state institutions. This will require the new document of identity — for Real ID. facebook.com According to the Department of homeland security, in California, Oregon, Louisiana and several other States, the deadline for registration of Real ID was postponed to October…

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Kindergarten teacher, who scored to death his own son, will avoid a life sentence

January 14, 2018

A year ago the teacher of a private new York city kindergarten took the life of her 4-year-old son because he accidentally broke the egg. 26-year-old Zara Coombes severely beat the boy with the handle of a brush, and when he lost consciousness, put it in a container with water in the bathroom and left there for 20 minutes. At the time Coombes was in his Brooklyn apartment with the…

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Missouri man sentenced to death for the rape and murder of 10-year-old girl

January 12, 2018

In Springfield, Missouri, a former high school football coach, was convicted of kidnapping, rape and murder of 10-year-old girl, sentenced to the death penalty. The verdict yesterday, January 11, was made district judge Thomas Mountjoy. 49-year-old Craig wood has been previously convicted of first-degree murder, but the jury are unable to agree on the verdict. The part of the jurors leaning towards the death penalty, of life imprisonment without right…

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Lawmakers in new Jersey want to leave online gambling games legal

January 12, 2018

Representatives of both parties from new Jersey asked the U.S. Department of justice to leave online gambling games legal. This is stated in the letter sent yesterday, January 11, the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, the Associated Press reports. The letter was signed by Republicans and Democrats of new Jersey. Gambling on the Internet is a booming industry in new Jersey, seven casinos to help Atlantic city recover from a…

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The house of representatives voted for the renewal of the intelligence surveillance abroad

January 11, 2018

Thursday, January 11, the House of representatives voted to extend a program of surveillance carried out by intelligence services abroad. It includes wiretapping, viewing e-mails of foreign citizens without obtaining a special permission (a warrant) the court in cases where there is reason to believe that these people are involved or may be involved in terrorism. By the way, the justification for the surveillance is on the exploration, however, since…

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The Republicans proposed «aggressive» decision on the «dreamers» in the new bill

January 11, 2018

A group of Republicans from the house of representatives proposed their own solution for immigration programs DACA in mind the looming crisis and the lack of agreement on this issue between Congress and the White house. The bill has already received the support of some of the heads of house Committee, calls for «more aggressive enforcement actions» against «dreamers,» reports The Hill. In the coming days supporters of the bill…

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