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House Republicans Booed As They Vote To Deport DREAMers

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To a chorus of boos from the gallery, House Republicans voted 224-201 on Thursday to approve an amendment that defunds the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The amendment, from Rep. Steve King (R-IA), undercuts the flexibility that allows the Department of Homeland Security to halt deporting DREAMers and instead focus on people convicted of crimes.

After the vote, the House Hispanic Caucustweeted,”House Republicans just voted to treat DREAMers and undocumented spouses of servicemembers in the same way as violent criminals.” Only six Republicans voted against the measure.

As King’s amendment passed, the House gallery erupted in boos.

 

King, a virulently anti-immigrant congressman, has already announced his intention to undermine any immigration reform effort. When Republicans last held a vote on a similar King amendment, it passed 238-175, with four Republicans voting against it.

But this time, the vote occurred at exactly the same time the House means to march forward on an immigration reform bill that would give DREAMers permanent legal status. The House Gang of Eight may have finally reached a tentative deal for a 15-year path to citizenship, after months of fractured negotiations on a bill. One indication of where the House stands on immigration is House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s (R-VA) vote today. Cantor voted yes on King’s amendment, even though he announced support for the DREAM Act (in theory) in February.


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The Ryno's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:03 PM

Remember when the Republican party realized they lost the minority vote, and said they were going to reach out to Hispanics? HAHAHA

Stacy Ellis Spain's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:32 PM

The only reason to vote against DACA (DREAM) is because it doesn't provide enough security for eligible immigrants! The government looks at each DACA request on a case by case basis and only grants those for immigrants who entered the U.S. prior to their 16th birthday, which for most means they were brought to the U.S. by their parents at a very young age and the U.S. is the only home they know. They also must meet education requirements and have no (significant) criminal record.

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Immigrant Uses XBox Live History To Gain Legal Residency | GamePolitics

Immigrant Uses XBox Live History To Gain Legal Residency | GamePolitics | Carlos's project on becoming a law enforcment | Scoop.it

"Whatever your thoughts are on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, many young immigrants are taking advantage of the opportunity to go from illegal to legal residency status. However, some are finding the requirement to show proof of residency since 2007 a little tough. Take for example the story of Jose Muñoz.

 

Jose came to the US with his parents when he was only one year old. He grew up, went to school and was a big help for his family. When he learned of the opportunity to become a legal resident through the Deferred Action program, he was excited. However, because he had no education or work records showing he had lived in the US since 2007, he thought he was out of luck.

 

"He met all of the requirements. He had no criminal record, graduated from high school with honors and lived here since the age of 1. But to qualify a person also has to prove continuous residency in the country since June 2007. That proved problematic.

Most can provide high school transcripts, work records, rent receipts, medical records or other documents that provide a paper trail to establish continuous residency, he said. Because Muñoz graduated in 2005 and hadn't worked, he didn't have that documentation for 2007 on. He lived at home and didn't have medical records to back up his residency."

 

But all was not lost. As it turns out, Jose was an avid gamer, specifically on the Xbox 360. For many years, he had racked up a traceable history through his purchases and communications with other XBox users. All that information was tied to his physical address and other identifiable information.


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This is actually a funny case but it is really helpful.

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Chung-wei Kerr - Sam's curator insight, March 28, 2013 6:34 AM

Not specifically advertising related, but a very cool story nonetheless. It's a nice way of showing how having all your data tracked in detail can sometimes work to your advantage.

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www.infopass.uscis.gov

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Schedule an appointment with USCIS officer. USCIS is an acronym for US Citizenship and Immigration Services. It is a free system accessible from the internet, 24 hours a day. You can schedule an appointment online.

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Now i know where to go for more reasources.

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The Steps To Become A Police Officer In California

California has got one of the more demanding selection processes with their law enforcement officers. The California POST makes it possible for individuals to join the academy at their own expenditure without the need of undergoing the selection process, bear in mind that it's really expensive. Pointers to become a cop in California 1. Meet every one of the requirements. - Must be no less than 18 years old even though some divisions could have a higher age prerequisite. - Job seekers needs to have U.S. citizenship. - Requires a high school diploma or GED. - Has to accomplish all of the reading and writing exams. - Mustn't possess any misdemeanor or felony infractions. - Needs to have a legit California driver's license. - Complete all of the mental and health care tests. - Carry out the background evaluation. 2. Always watch out for open houses, these types of activities are good for prospective applicants to learn more about the law enforcement academy, the prerequisites, perks and examination schedules. 3. Once you select an agency that suits you, send out the necessary paperwork. Verify and take notice if you should complete the basic police academy training curriculum or not. A number of agencies can get applicants straight up and then transfer them to their academy. Therefore validate with the department you're signing up to. 4. Prepare for the written examination. Consult with the agency you are looking at whether they have available study manuals or not. They're useful review tools that can help you get ready for this. If it's not accessible from the agency, you can buy study manuals on the internet, these could be considered a worth while purchase. 5. Sustain your physical fitness as you prepare for the physical agility test likewise known as the PAT. This obstacle course is designed to imitate actual situations that will evaluate an individuals explosiveness, decision making, and overall health and conditioning. 6. Right after finishing the PAT, prepare for the oral interview and take on the oral board. The oral board is often a group of law enforcement officers who'll further evaluate your problem resolving and interaction abilities that will assist them in determining if you're fit to do the job. 7. Soon after finishing all of the tests - physical test, pre-employment written test and also the PAT. You'll proceed through further testing - the polygraph exam or a lie detector test, a mental evaluation and a background examination. This is the final measure that will aid the police chief to see whether the applicant is capable of becoming a part of the academy or otherwise. 8. Capable individuals should go through a challenging training curriculum in the police academy which can take a few months, during this time they shall be in probationary status through which they will not have police authority. Anytime an individual successfully completes the academy education and learning, they shall be formally sworn in and considered a police officer. On a final note, more info on how to become a police officer in California can be seen in Randy Jetterson's blog that also talks about the education requirements for a police officer .


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California sounds like my type of place, considering i grew up there when i was young. But with all these requierments it sounds like hard work, but i can take the challenge.

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eraj3072y's curator insight, May 9, 2013 5:03 AM

California has got one of the more demanding selection processes with their law enforcement officers. The California POST makes it possible for individuals to join the academy at their own expenditure without the need of undergoing the selection process, bear in mind that it's really expensive. Pointers to become a cop in California 1. Meet every one of the requirements. - Must be no less than 18 years old even though some divisions could have a higher age prerequisite. - Job seekers needs to have U.S. citizenship. - Requires a high school diploma or GED. - Has to accomplish all of the reading and writing exams. - Mustn't possess any misdemeanor or felony infractions. - Needs to have a legit California driver's license. - Complete all of the mental and health care tests. - Carry out the background evaluation. 2. Always watch out for open houses, these types of activities are good for prospective applicants to learn more about the law enforcement academy, the prerequisites, perks and examination schedules. 3. Once you select an agency that suits you, send out the necessary paperwork. Verify and take notice if you should complete the basic police academy training curriculum or not. A number of agencies can get applicants straight up and then transfer them to their academy. Therefore validate with the department you're signing up to. 4. Prepare for the written examination. Consult with the agency you are looking at whether they have available study manuals or not. They're useful review tools that can help you get ready for this. If it's not accessible from the agency, you can buy study manuals on the internet, these could be considered a worth while purchase. 5. Sustain your physical fitness as you prepare for the physical agility test likewise known as the PAT. This obstacle course is designed to imitate actual situations that will evaluate an individuals explosiveness, decision making, and overall health and conditioning. 6. Right after finishing the PAT, prepare for the oral interview and take on the oral board. The oral board is often a group of law enforcement officers who'll further evaluate your problem resolving and interaction abilities that will assist them in determining if you're fit to do the job. 7. Soon after finishing all of the tests - physical test, pre-employment written test and also the PAT. You'll proceed through further testing - the polygraph exam or a lie detector test, a mental evaluation and a background examination. This is the final measure that will aid the police chief to see whether the applicant is capable of becoming a part of the academy or otherwise. 8. Capable individuals should go through a challenging training curriculum in the police academy which can take a few months, during this time they shall be in probationary status through which they will not have police authority. Anytime an individual successfully completes the academy education and learning, they shall be formally sworn in and considered a police officer. On a final note, more info on how to become a police officer in California can be seen in Randy Jetterson's blog that also talks about the education requirements for a police officer .

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Airsoft Police, Army, ERT, Swat training, law enforcement - Airsoft Atlanta

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Links for your LEO buddies to Airsoft Atlanta's PRO-LEVEL Marketing effort for trainers!

 

"Airsoft training for police and military departments. High quality airsoft guns for use with the government and law enforcement. We bid contracts for your federal, state, or city training...."


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I just think this is awsome i love airsoft guns. They look so real but there not.

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how to become a police officer

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Application Process

 

1. Review Reinhardt University Police Academy Entrance Standards

 

2.Obtain the following required documents:

 

 Official high school/ GED transcript.

(Sealed Official Copies Only)

 Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended whether the applicant graduated or not (Sealed Official Copies Only)

 Original high school / GED diploma (required in addition to transcript)

 Original college diploma for highest degree earned (required in addition to transcript)

 Original birth certificate or certified copy with raised seal

 Certified Georgia driver’s history obtained from Georgia Department of Driver Services for the last 7 years

 Certified driver’s history from any other state that applicant has held a license in during the last 10 years

 Original or certified copy of DD-214 (member 4 version)

 Required if applicants served in the U.S. Armed Forces

Valid Georgia drivers licenseSocial Security Card

 Other documentation is required for naturalized U.S. Citizens (contact Phyllis May for details).

 

3. Once required documents have been obtained, contact Phyllis May at 770-720-5925 or by email at pjm@reinhardt.eduto schedule an appointment.

 

4. Bring all required documents to the scheduled meeting. An initial review of applicant qualifications will be conducted and remaining processes will be explained.

 

Applicants are highly encouraged to begin this process at least 15 weeks prior to start date. Please see Course Schedule.

 

Contact Phyllis May with questions and to schedule an initial appointment.

 

PJM@reinhardt.edu Print Out Application Process
770-720-5925

Reinhardt University
North Fulton Center
4100 Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

 


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I actualy found this really interesting and really helpful.

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yayyyyyy cops!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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House Republicans Booed As They Vote To Deport DREAMers

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To a chorus of boos from the gallery, House Republicans voted 224-201 on Thursday to approve an amendment that defunds the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The amendment, from Rep. Steve King (R-IA), undercuts the flexibility that allows the Department of Homeland Security to halt deporting DREAMers and instead focus on people convicted of crimes.

After the vote, the House Hispanic Caucustweeted,”House Republicans just voted to treat DREAMers and undocumented spouses of servicemembers in the same way as violent criminals.” Only six Republicans voted against the measure.

As King’s amendment passed, the House gallery erupted in boos.

 

King, a virulently anti-immigrant congressman, has already announced his intention to undermine any immigration reform effort. When Republicans last held a vote on a similar King amendment, it passed 238-175, with four Republicans voting against it.

But this time, the vote occurred at exactly the same time the House means to march forward on an immigration reform bill that would give DREAMers permanent legal status. The House Gang of Eight may have finally reached a tentative deal for a 15-year path to citizenship, after months of fractured negotiations on a bill. One indication of where the House stands on immigration is House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s (R-VA) vote today. Cantor voted yes on King’s amendment, even though he announced support for the DREAM Act (in theory) in February.


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The Ryno's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:03 PM

Remember when the Republican party realized they lost the minority vote, and said they were going to reach out to Hispanics? HAHAHA

Stacy Ellis Spain's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:32 PM

The only reason to vote against DACA (DREAM) is because it doesn't provide enough security for eligible immigrants! The government looks at each DACA request on a case by case basis and only grants those for immigrants who entered the U.S. prior to their 16th birthday, which for most means they were brought to the U.S. by their parents at a very young age and the U.S. is the only home they know. They also must meet education requirements and have no (significant) criminal record.

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Budget cuts reduce police numbers

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Sixty police officer jobs are to go in the next year under the latest budget announcement by Nottinghamshire Police Authority.

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This isnt to good but hopefully it picks up again.

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Newt Gingrich endorses modified DREAM Act bill

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Newt Gingrich today called on Congress to immediately pass a part of the DREAM Act that would put the children of illegal immigrants on a special path to becoming US citizens if they serve in the nation’s armed forces.

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Basically Its saying join the Armed Forces to get citizenship. But i wont just do that. I would actually join to serve the U.S.

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4,600 Undocumented Immigrants Granted Deferred Action

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WASHINGTON -- Nearly 4,600 young undocumented immigrants have been granted deferred action under the Obama administration, lifting their fears of being deported and allowing them to work legally, according to figures released by the Department of...
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How To Become a U.S. Citizen [Infographic] | BestInfographics.co

How To Become a U.S. Citizen [Infographic] | BestInfographics.co | Carlos's project on becoming a law enforcment | Scoop.it
If you are born in the United States you may take your citizenship for granted. Many people travel to the U.S. everyday to make this their home. Before they can

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I like the first part on how it specificaly says "people that are born here take there citizenship for granted" which i think most of the time its true.

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Best Infographics's curator insight, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM

The process is significant and requires quite a bit of patience and knowledge. Many people fear the test but in the end it is important to understand the country you are becoming a part of. I think it is great that immigrants come to America and want to become citizens. This shows that they truly care about this country.