Law allows abused immigrant children to stay in the U.S. - CNN.com
For all the angry rhetoric and talk of civil liberties, there's a simpler way to look at this. Kelly Kruger , the psychiatric liaison for the San Francisco Police Department , talked at Monday's hearing about a woman she's been trying to treat. "She had a baby on the sidewalk a few months ago," Kruger said.
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Experts say law enforcement?s use of cellphone records can be inaccurate - The Washington Post
According to the Department of Homeland Security, "the purpose of the SIJ program is to help foreign children in the United States who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected." Minors who are approved can live and work permanently in the United States. White House to spend millions to curb undocumented children Rebeca Salmon is an immigration attorney and the executive director of Access to Law, an organization that provides low-cost legal services. Salmon says that applying for this immigration benefit is difficult because you have to prove your case at the state and federal level. "Not every kid that applies gets to stay.
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Thats when we explain that it is reliable. Because we do it every day. But numerous experts and telecommunications workers say the FBI analysis techniques are wrong: Cellphone signals do not always use the closest tower when in use but instead are routed by a computerized switching center to the tower that best serves the phone network based on a variety of factors.
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