A father's long battle for justice for his daughter

A father's long battle for justice for his daughter
It pointed out to him that all long-term prisoners, including those serving life, can apply for a sentence review after seven years. The letter told … How could a murderer on temporary release get a passport and a visa and go to Egypt with his …
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TSA Chief Claims 'No Perfect Solution' to Airport Security Threats
“This program complements other Department of Homeland Security trusted traveler programs and allows passengers to access TSA Pre✓ who may not otherwise travel internationally, or hold a valid passport,” said Pistole. “To date, more than 180,000 people …
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Watchdog warns Bradford people about web scams
He also advises consumers to always remain vigilant whilst shopping on the internet, saying: “Check that the website you're on has a '.gov.uk' ending if you're applying for a driving licence, passport or similar, and make sure you know who you are …
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Passport snafu keeps mom and adopted daughter stuck in Ukraine

Passport snafu keeps mom and adopted daughter stuck in Ukraine
If his being in Kiev would help expedite getting the passport with his daughter's new legal name, he'd be there tomorrow, said Michael McCarron, but it's seems as if there's nothing to do but wait for the Ukraine government to act, with perhaps some …
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Letter: Pandering from Kuster
… problems with federal agencies, secure federal grants for individuals, help college-bound students, recognize public achievements, obtain a flag, recognize artistically talented high school students, expedite passport applications, help students …
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Taiwan tightens visa applications for Pinoys
Chang said other working visa applicants are under screening and their papers still being processed. TECO has also urged the Philippine government to expedite the resolution on the shooting incident. TECO political division director Andrew Tung-Heng …
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From the Editor-in-chief
The Rs 200 paid for jumping a red light, the Rs 1,500 shelled out for a passport, the Rs 5,000 given to "expedite" a death certificate, and the Rs 25,000 with which the palm of a local tax official is greased are so commonplace that these have now …
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