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Federal Register News of the Day
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Request for Proposals
The Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announces an open competition for the Bilkent University
Student Teacher Internship Program. Proposals should be for an eight-week teacher training program for graduate
students of education from Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, and focus on familiarizing participants with student-centered
teaching methods and the use of technology in the classroom. Programs must comply with J-1 visa regulations and must
be submitted by November 6, 2000.
Immigration News of the Day
INS Targets Smugglers
The Arizona Republic reports that the INS has begun Operation Denial, a new enforcement push to destroy the networks of airports
and safe houses immigrant smugglers use to move their human cargo. The INS will reassign agents from duties in Phoenix,
Tucson, Las Vegas and Reno and place them at Sky Harbor International Airport, Las Vegas's McCarran Airport, and the main
land routes in between.
INS Effort to Banish Jockey Rests on Misdemeanor Case
According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Pedro Alvarado, one of Washington's top jockeys who has spent the last 15 years in
the state and has a wife and three children, all of whom were born in the US, is facing the threat of permanent exile because
of a 12-year-old misdemeanor drug conviction that was later thrown out.
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