1. Hot Topic Immigration Issues: What You Need to Know - Unaccompanied Minors, Ebola Crisis, Sierra Leone by Wendy Hess, Esq.

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    Marino Legal Academy presents "Hot Topic Immigration Issues: What You Need to Know - Unaccompanied Minors, Ebola Crisis, Sierra Leone" by Wendy Hess, Esq. (101214-02) If you are interested in earning Continued Legal Education credit for watching this lecture or if you are interested in other courses, please visit us at www.marinolegalcle.com

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    • Immigration Topics- The Detention of Women and Children from Central America by Marino Fernandez, Esq.

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      Marino Legal Academy presents "Immigration Topics- The Detention of Women and Children from Central America" by Marino Fernandez, Esq. (112214-02) If you are interested in earning Continued Legal Education credit for watching this lecture or if you are interested in other courses, please visit us at www.marinolegalcle.com

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      • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (TAGALOG)

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        Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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        • The New Deferred Action Program: Strategies for Success

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          In this Migration Policy Institute event, US Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Alejandro Mayorkas discusses the application process and policies that his agency has announced to implement the deferred action program that will grant a two-year reprieve from deportation to as many as 1.76 million unauthorized immigrants who came to the United States as children (and are known as DREAMers). After initial comments, Director Mayorkas engages in a conversation moderated by MPI Senior Fellow Doris Meissner with panelists David A. Martin, Professor of International Law at the University of Virginia and former Principal Deputy General Counsel of the Department of Homeland Security; Muzaffar Chishti, Director, MPI Office at NYU School of Law; and Marielena Hincapié, Executive Director, National Immigration Law Center. Download the MPI Fact Sheet with the latest estimates on the potential beneficiary population: Relief from Deportation: Demographic Profile of the DREAMers Potentially Eligible under the Deferred Action Policy at http://www.migrationpolicy.org/pubs/FS24_deferredaction.pdf.

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          • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (HINDI)

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            Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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            • U.S. Visas for Foreign Entrepreneurs: Welcome to America? by Wendy Hess & Jeffrey Azarva, Esqs.

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              Marino Legal Academy presents "U.S. Visas for Foreign Entrepreneurs: Welcome to America?" by Wendy Hess & Jeffrey Azarva, Esqs. (120614-04) If you are interested in earning Continued Legal Education credit for watching this lecture or if you are interested in other courses, please visit us at www.marinolegalcle.com

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              • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (VIETNAMESE)

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                Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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                • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (KOREAN)

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                  Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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                  • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (MANDARIN)

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                    Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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                    • Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship (CANTONESE)

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                      Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship helps you understand the steps and requirements to become an American citizen. Produced by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the video covers topics you should know before you even file an application, such as citizenship benefits and responsibilities, qualifications for naturalization, completing the application, preparing for the English and civics examination, and more. It includes a sample naturalization interview so you know what to expect at this important step. It also provides the vocabulary for the English reading and writing tests, as well as all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. government and history examination. Citizenship 101 is available in seven languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. All versions feature key segments with English dialogue to help you learn the words you need to understand or use during the application process. A 64-page workbook complements the video with more detailed information, particularly about naturalization requirements, filing procedures, and the application. The workbook can be downloaded for free from the APALC website at www.apalc.org/citizenship. If you have questions, please visit our website or call our Citizenship 101 hotline at (213) 241-0297. Enjoy, good luck, and thank you.

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