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Strauss-Kahn's Accuser Deserves Her Day in Court

07/14/2011

The French press calls it a soap opera and the US public is similarly enthralled – former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the hotel housekeeper accusing him of sexual assault have each been painted alternately as villain or victim.

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Response to News Article "Immigrant Checks Urged"

07/01/2011

Asylum Director Christy Fujio's response to the Worcester MA Telegram & Gazette's article - letter to the editor published June 27.

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Unpaid Hospital Bill Leads to Deportation

06/30/2011

Could deportation be a consequence for an unpaid hospital bill? It was for Quelino Ojeda Jimenez, a young day laborer who, up until this past February, had been receiving long-term care at the Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago.

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As Gay Marriage is Legalized in New York, LGBT Immigrants are Cautiously Optimistic

06/29/2011

While LGBT immigrant groups celebrated the recent passage of the right for same-sex couples to marry in New York, their response was more subdued than other gay advocacy groups. Even though civil rights progress for one group often benefits the other, there are still major hurdles same-sex immigrant couples must overcome to fully participate in the victory.

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Secure Communities Threatens Asylum Seekers

06/29/2011

Last week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced changes to its controversial Secure Communities program in response to condemnation from governors, police chiefs, and immigration advocates.

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