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At least one blogger questions whether it is fair to support immigrant athletes while anonymous low skilled workers suffer.
Not a shocker. Hopefully, they'll be shamed in to backing down.
The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports on the impact a young African immigrant is having on a community's soccer program.
Here's the link.
The International Herald Tribune's take on the story.
That's an increase of six from the 2004 games.
Apparently, snooping through the passport files of celebrities is all the rage for some voyeuristic US State Department officials. Fortunately, I'm just a boring immigration lawyer about which no tabloid will give a hoot. Are we about to hear that some entrepreneurial DOS official is selling the...
The Lakers star notes we're not far off now.
One of Britain's weirder celebrities is denied entry to the US. When I first saw the headlines on this, I assumed there was a drug issue. But the denial stems from pending charges relating to George's alleged false imprisonment of a 28 year old man in the UK.