Voice (March 2011): Central American Gang Phenomenon

Voice (March 2011): Central American Gang Phenomenon

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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue
March/April 2011

Please note: This product is available in electronic format ONLY; ready for download from your digital library immediately after purchase. No print copies are offered.

In This Issue:


"From Persecution to Refuge: The Central American Gang Phenomenon"
After many Central Americans migrated to the United States to escape civil conflicts, they found themselves out of their culture and living in poverty. As a result, a small percentage of the young immigrants joined gangs or formed gangs of their own.—Thomas Boerman


"Foreign Investment: A Path to Permanent Residence Through Job Creation"
Despite a global economic crisis, foreign investors with substantial capital continue to explore business opportunities in the United States-spurring a boom in the EB-5 program.—Kate Kalmykov


Other Highlights Include:

National Day of Action
AILA Director of Advocacy Gregory Chen welcomes you to VOICE and urges your participation in National Day of Action on April 7.


Unsolicited Advice
"You Should Consider Hiring Someone for Your Immigration Practice."—Cletus Weber


Kicking off a three-part series on how to start your own immigration law practice.—Andrew Johnson


"Sweet Dreams"—Danielle Polen

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