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USCIS will Increase Number of Applicant Interviews

Agency Develops Strategy to further Detect and Deter Immigration Fraud WASHINGTON –U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has begun a multiphase approach to expand interviews across benefit types, focusing on benefits that, if granted, allow an individual to permanently reside in the United States. Conducting these in-person interviews will further strengthen …

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MALDEF Statement on Trump Pardon of Joe Arpaio

(Los Angeles) – Please attribute the following statement on Donald J. Trump’s pardon of Joe Arpaio, the disgraced former sheriff of Maricopa County, AZ, to Thomas A. Saenz, president and general counsel of MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund): “In a craven and gratuitous abuse of presidential power, Donald Trump …

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THE VALUE OF TIME

By: Ellie Burgueno The school holidays are over and along with it come the responsibilities that the school year brings to families. For those of us who have children of school age at home, there’s always the concern for organizing well to meet our work commitments without neglecting the family, …

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Leaders are not born

By: Mario Conde What if someone has a big idea they want to do but lack the skills to do it? A key of leadership lies in a key ingredient called communication. Knowing how to be good public speaker allows you to give a message that motivates and inspires people. …

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CETYS STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN DUAL DEGREE CEREMONY IN WASHINGTON

More than 50 CETYS Universidad students from the three campuses were part of the Graduation Ceremony of CETYS and City University of Seattle (City U) Double Degree Program, in Washington, Seattle. During the 42nd City U Graduation Ceremony at the Seattle Center Key Arena, 53 undergraduates received their Bachelor’s Degree in Business …

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