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JD Immigration Law, African Immigrant

April 13, 2014

As a survivor of widespread political violence as a child and adolescent growing up in Uganda, I feel strongly that my voice has much to contribute on a qualitative level to discussions of the critical issues of our day in the interlocking areas of national security and immigration. As an immigrant …

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JD immigration and Family Law, Russian Woman

May 27, 2013

 


At only 26 years old, I am a young woman who has been witness to terrible violence and social turmoil growing up in my native Russia. Now, having permanently immigrated to the USA and living in Utah for the past 2 years, I now want very much to study law and to become an attorney. I hope to …

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JD Immigration Law Mongolia, Multiculturalism

May 22, 2013

 

Having been born and raised in the Mongolia of the 1980s and 90s, the decades in which my country gained independence from the Soviet Union and gradually began to rebuild a post-USSR identity; I am a child of the Democratic Revolution, I aml am a child of hope, hope for tomorrow, for progressive…

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