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Immigrant's Weekly January 2, 2008
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2007 - The Year In Review

The Dallas Morning News offers a roundup of the major immigration stories of the year under the headings: much 'screaming', no-match rule, mayor's stance, Presidential campaign, and 'a labor problem'

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Cultural Advisor And Interpreter To U.S. Army Commanding General In Iraq Is Sworn In As American Citizen
Thomas Ragland writes "Ms. Hamela Haggas, an Iraqi translator serving with the Commanding Staff of the 101st Airborne Division of the U.S. Army in Iraq, proudly became a citizen of the United States in Baltimore, Maryland today under a provision of U.S. immigration law that expedites the naturalization of a person married to a U.S. citizen who is stationed abroad and employed by the U.S. Government."

Results Of Immigrant's Weekly Poll: What Is Your Favorite Holiday?
What is your favorite holiday? Christmas 42% (10 votes), New Years Day 4% (1 votes), Fourth of July 13% (3 votes), Thanksgiving 13% (3 votes), Haloween 8% (2 votes), Valentine's day 4% (1 votes), Other 17% (4 votes). Total Votes: 24

Immigrants Of The Week: Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, Marina Belotserkovsky, Dr. Har Gobind Khorana, Jennifer Granholm, And Peter Max
Celebrate contributions of these outstanding immigrants to America.


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Dear Weekly Editor:
"Tancredo Ends Presidential Run" (IW 12/26/07) How Sad!

Chuck Hird

Dear Weekly Editor:
Tancredo is not anti immigration he is anti illegal immigration. (IW 12/26/07) Get your facts straight.

Scott Dawn Klimek


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