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Lawsuit Filed Challenging Delay of International Entrepreneur Rule

September 19, 2017 Washington, DC – Entrepreneurs, startup companies, and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) filed a lawsuit in federal court today challenging the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) delay of the International Entrepreneur Rule (IER). Finalized by the Obama administration, the rule would have allowed talented foreign-born entrepreneurs to travel to …

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GOVERNOR FRANCISCO VEGA LED CEREMONY OF THE CRY OF INDEPENDENCE AND CIVIC COMMEMORATIVE MILITARY PARADE FOR THE 207TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF MEXICO

Due to the celebration for the Independence Day in Mexico on the night of Friday, September 15th, the governor of the state of Baja California Francisco Vega De Lamadrid led the ceremony of the Cry of Independence in its 207th Anniversary. The State Governor led the official “Grito de Independencia” …

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Zahira Rivas to compete in World Triathlon Competition

By: Mario Conde The Imperial County Board of Supervisors recognized Calexico resident Zahira Rivas for her participation at the World Triathlon Championship that will take place this week in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Zahira qualified to compete at International Triathlon Union’s World Triathlon Grand Final from September 14th to the 17th. ITU World …

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IMMIGRATION LAWYERS SAVE LIVES

 by Tala Hartsough I took part in the AILA Annual Conference training for new chapter chairs, and as an ‘icebreaker,’ was asked to complete phrases handed out on little slips of paper. Mine read, “The best way to save….” I immediately responded, “One way to save a life is to be …

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3 Reasons College Students Should Run Their Own Businesses

A typical student’s goal with a college degree is to join a company. Yet some graduates lack specific business essentials and life skills crucial to landing solid employment and finding long-term success. Perhaps they should demand more of themselves while in school, and rather than merely aspire to join a …

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What are Copyrights?

By: Jaime Dávila Gomez, Attorney Copyrights, are the powers that a person has over an original creation that he has made. The original creation is called the work and the person who created it, the author. In Mexico, protection of a work is subject to the fact that it is …

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