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Immigrant's Weekly September 12, 2005
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Katrina Information

Below are several announcements related to Hurricane Katrina from various federal agencies:

  • USCIS - provided an update of USCIS Operations after Hurricane Katrina FAQs and a press release on assistance offered by USCIS to Katrina affected immigrants. For the FAQs, see here. For the press release, see here.
  • DHS - announced that it will not sanction employers for hiring victims of Hurricane Katrina who, at this time, are unable to provide documentation normally required under Section 274A of the INA. For the release, see here.

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Dear Editor:
Labor Day is an American Holiday for American workers (see 09/06/05 IW comment). That means citizens that come to this country legally and work to deserve to become American citizens. People that sneak across our borders and feel that they should bring the undesirable traits of their countries and threaten the American people should not celebrate anything. Americans work harder than any other people on this earth and deserve an honest holiday. It is a disgrace to suggest that the illegal immigrants join our celebration.

Ann Mack

Dear Editor:
I am interested about knowing how one can become a U. S. Marine. Please send me informatin about the age limits and other requirements, including the green card D. V. lottery program information.

Vita G. Suloe

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