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Ohio's Immigrants Have a Higher Rate of Education Than in the Rest of the Country
Ohio's Immigrants Have a Higher Rate of Education Than in the Rest of the Country

While some parts of the country have taken strong stands against purportedly “illegal” immigration, to the point of sometimes appearing hostile to immigrants in general, Ohio and much of the Midwest have adopted an attitude of welcome. Studies conducted in the past few years ...

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Blog posts in February, 2012

  • Nigerian man who Settled in Columbus Decades ago Becomes a Citizen

    After several decades living in the United States, a time which included two deportation attempts and some time in jail, Nigerian-born Magnus Duruji ...

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  • Overcoming the Marginality Requirement of the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa

    The E-2 “treaty investor” visa allows a foreign investor to come to the United States to develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in which ...

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  • ICE Will Not Deport Brazilian Teen Who Survived Car Crash

    Lidiane Carmo’s family came to the United States twelve years ago. Lidiane was only a toddler at the time. They arrived here from Brazil with ...

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  • USCIS Grants Deferred Status to Man on Tourist Visa so He may Care for Sick Husband

    A gay couple on Long Island learned last month that they have achieved a victory, albeit a temporary one, in their struggle to keep one of them in the ...

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  • USCIS Suspends Adoptions of Children from Vietnam Without State Department Approval

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that it will no longer approve its standard international adoption forms for ...

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  • Judge Orders Deportation of Accused Liberian Warlord

    An immigration judge in New York ordered the deportation of George Boley, Sr., an accused war criminal from Liberia. Federal authorities have alleged ...

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  • Family Sentenced to Long Prison Terms for Immigration and Real Estate Scams

    After a jury convicted a family of three of fraud, money laundering, and other offenses, a judge in Queens, New York imposed prison sentences ...

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  • New Proposed Law Would Require Schools to Verify Students' Immigration Status

    Missouri may join the list of states with their own immigration laws that rival the federal government’s traditional enforcement role. A bill ...

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