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Saudi Arabia suspends labour visas for nations worst-hit by Ebola

Saudi Arabia shows what used to be called common sense. Now, it’s demonized as racism.

Insofar as I am aware, the US government has not blocked new arrivals from Ebolaland. 212 more words

Mexico - Guatemala agree on illegals

MEXICO, GUATEMALA FAST-TRACK DELIVERY OF ILLEGALS TO U.S.
Dateline July 13, 2014

By Jerome R. Corsi, WND

NEW YORK – Mexico and Guatemala have reached an agreement that is intended to make it easier and safer for Central Americans, including unaccompanied minors, to enter the United States illegally. 167 more words

Government

Increased Asylum Protections for Domestic Violence Survivors

This past Tuesday, the Board of Immigration Appeals published a decision increasing protections for some asylum-seekers fleeing domestic abuse.  Specifically, the Board recognized “married women in Guatemala who are unable to leave their relationship” as a cognizable “particular social group” for asylum law purposes. 38 more words

Immigration

A New Post Redirected Back at Life

To You,

Seasons are usually a tell tale sign of time flying by, memories collected in the snow, on the sandy beaches, running through piles of leaves, and basking under the crisp reddening sun. 381 more words

Fluster Dustered

Religious tolerance . . . and exceptions

Anyone who knows me knows that I have long believed in a principle of religious tolerance, and that this is the one thing that can most make a difference in the future of our planet.  1,046 more words

Government

Latest exceptional funding statistics released

The MoJ has today released the latest figures on exceptional funding applications, covering the period April to June 2014. They show:

  • 209 applications were made, 61 review requests were lodged, and 211 determinations made…
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Civil

Finding Humor in the Archives

I’ve come across a few inaccuracies while researching my family but the following example is definitely the best one that I’ve seen. An author that has done extensive research on one of my family branches found something written in a registry book that made me laugh. 101 more words

Genealogy