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Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley posed as a 17-year-old Hurricane Harvey refugee to play basketball at Hillcrest High School in Dallas, Texas, in 2017 and 2018, according to the Dallas Morning News. He also reportedly dated a 14-year-old girl while posing as a student. In reality, Gilstrap-Portley was a 25-year-old man who played basketball for North Mesquite High School in the Dallas suburbs before graduating in 2011. His cover was blown in May 2018 after the North Mesquite coach recognized him at tournament. Gilstrap-Portley pleads guilty to posing as a student and received six years' probation for indecency with child and record tampering, according to the New York Post. Gilstrap-Portley's father told WFAA-TV in Dallas that his son, who had a fiancee and young child, wanted a fresh start in life. He makes errors. There was no ill-intent, Sidney Portley say. We apologize for that happening. It was mis-channel determination. His passion is basketball. He tries to push the in his life. A 34-year-old Texas woman pose as a high school sophomore for nearly the entire school year between 2013 and 2014. Charity Anne Johnson was sentenced to 85 days in prison in 2014. She had enrol at New Life Christian School in Longview, Texas, in October 2013, and led people to believe she was a teenager for seven months, according to ABC News. She was arrested in June 2014 when she provided a fake ID to police, KFOR report. She told officials that her family abandoned her, and that she was just looking for love. I'm just a normal person like any other normal person, trying to pursue her education, get her education and make it through life and be a better person, she say, according to KFOR. A 23-year-old Ukrainian man posing as a teenager to enroll at John Harris High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the fall of 2012. Artur Samarin, who later admitted to ploy and was sentenced to two months in prison, used the name Asher Potts to enroll in school, according to ABC News. Police say at TIME that he had remained in the US after his visa expire, and obtained a Social Security Number and passport under his fictitious identity. While in school, he impresses teachers with his 4. 16 grade-point average and he even joined the school's ROTC program, Washington Post report. It remains unclear how officials discovered he was using a false identity. Brian Michael Rini, 24, told officials in April that he was Timmothy Pitzen, boy who went missing from the Chicago suburbs in 2011, aged 6. Rini told officials that he was 14, and that he was Pitzen. Police say that Rini told authorities in Newport, Kentucky, that he escaped kidnappers in Ohio and that he had gone missing eight years ago following his mother's suicide. The man's identity was released after the FBI said that DNA test results confirmed the person was not Timmothy. The motive behind Rini's decision remains unclear. Pitzen's whereabouts are still unknown.

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FREEMAN DYSON: Messages of Hiroshima

This collection comprises over 200 000 black and white photographs, almost entirely from Brooklyn Daily Eagle Newspaper's photo morgue, primarily 8x10 prints with some negatives and smaller and larger prints as well. Photographs are foldered alphabetically by subject. Approximately one tenth of the collection has been removed from its original order and refoldered under separate subject heading structure. This section of the collection is described below as annex Photographs, formerly known as the Brooklyn Subjects section of the collection. That portion of the collection has been almost entirely digitized and made available on our Digital Collections page. It also includes a small percentage of photographs that were not part of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle photo morgue, but rather came from various other sources. Such photographs are often, but not always, identified by folder heading that include caveat non-Eagle. Many of Brooklyn Public Library photographs in the collection are also not from Eagle. The remaining portion of the collection, described below as morgue Photographs, are primarily in the original order imposed upon them by Eagle staff. Two sections are named for their respective locations within the Library.


RECAP: NOVEMBER 15

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47. The Fundamentals of Caring

Evolution of EB-5 Program

ActStatutory Provisions
Sections 121(a)-(b) of the Immigration Act of 1990Congress creates the employment-based fifth preference immigrant visa category (EB-5). EB-5 provides a path to permanent resident status, initially on a 2-year conditional basis, to qualified immigrant investors who contribute to U.S. economic growth by investing in domestic businesses and creating employment. Intends for immigrant investors to establish, invest in, and engage in the management of job-creating commercial enterprises.
Section 610 of the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 1993Congress creates an Immigrant Investor Pilot Program (Regional Center Program) to have a number of the available EB-5 visas set aside each fiscal year for immigrant investors (and eligible family members) who invest in a commercial enterprise associated with a designated Regional Center. Regional centers designated for the promotion of economic growth. The Regional Center Program allows foreign investors to claim credit for direct and indirect job creation.
Sections 11035-37 of the 21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization ActIncludes a specific reference to limited partnerships as commercial enterprises and eliminates the requirement that immigrant investors prove they have established a commercial enterprise themselves. Investors need only show they have invested or are actively in the process of investing in a commercial enterprise, among other requirements. Defines full-time employment as employment in a position that requires at least 35 hours of service per week at any time, regardless of who fills the position. Allows regional center proposals to be based on general but economically and statistically sound predictions submitted with the proposal concerning the kinds of enterprises that will receive capital from immigrant investors, the jobs that will be created directly or indirectly as a result of the investments, and other positive economic effects of the investments.
Section 1 of Pub. L. 112-176 (PDF)Eliminates the word pilot from the name of the Regional Center Program.

In 2009, the European Council issued a Recommendation For EU member States To create and Adopt a Plan focus on Rare Disorders by the end of 2013, with the goal of having an overall Community strategy for ensuring effective and efficient recognition, Prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care, and research for Rare Diseases in Europe. For this purpose, European Project For Rare Diseases National Plans Development was introduced to promote and help EU Members with construction and implementation of their National Plans 15 16. NL, DE, UK, LV have created National Plan within timelines defined by the European Commission, but in most of these EU countries implementation is in progress 17 18 19 20. In Poland and Romania, National Plan For RDs was developed but HAS never been implemented 21 22. The most recent version of the Polish Plan For RDs For 2017-2019, was written under auspices of Polish MoH and was Plan To Be approved in 3 quarters of 2019 22 23. France was the forerunner in introducing the National Plan in 2004, With an assigned Budget of €100 M for implementation over 2005-2008. 3 French National Plan HAS been created for 2018-2022. Rare disorder patients in France can also receive Support from the so-call Cancer Plan latest version 2014-2019, in case of Rare oncological Diseases, and the National Plan For Rare Handicaps, addressing Rare Physical Disabilities. In Russia, a special program exists for financing 12 high-Cost diseases: hemophilia, cystic fibrosis, pituitary dwarfism, Gaucher Disease, lymphoid malignant neoplasms, hematopoietic and related tissues, multiple sclerosis, hemolytic-uremic syndrome, juvenile arthritis with systemic onset, mucopolysaccharidosis type I, II, and VI 24. Both Kazakhstan and Turkey have National programmes for Rare Diseases, but they are undergoing implementation. In Non-EU countries in this Review, national strategy targeting Rare Diseases was not Adopt and, in some cases, there is even complete lack of Legislation that Address needs of Rare Disease patients and Orphan Drug topics 4. Table 2 describes the most important characteristics of National Plans and their status at time of writing.


Chapter 2 - Eligibility Requirements

A New commercial enterprise is any commercial enterprise established after November 29 1990. Therefore, Immigrant Investors can invest the required amount of capital in commercial enterprise established after November 29 1990, provide remaining eligibility criteria are meet. Commercial enterprise is any for-profit activity form for ongoing conduct of lawful business. This broad definition is consistent with the realities of the business world and the many different forms and structures that job-creating activities can have. Types of commercial enterprises include, but are not limited to: sole proprietorship; Partnership; holding company; Joint venture; Corporation; Business trust; or other entity, which may be publicly or privately own. Commercial enterprise can consist of a holding company and its wholly own subsidiaries, providing that each such subsidiary is engaged in for-profit activity form for ongoing conduct of lawful business. Noncommercial activities, including owning and operating personal residence, do not qualify. Commercial enterprise must be form to make profit, unlike, for example, some charitable organizations. New commercial enterprise also includes commercial enterprise established on or before November 29 1990, if enterprise will be restructured or expanded through immigrant investment of capital. Purchase of Existing Business that Is restructured or reorganized Immigrant Investors can invest in business that exists on or before November 29 1990, provided that existing business is simultaneously or subsequently restructured or reorganized such that new commercial enterprise results. Cosmetic changes to decor, new marketing strategy, or simple change in ownership do not qualify as restructuring. However, business plans that modify existing business, such as converting a restaurant into a nightclub or adding substantial crop production to the existing livestock farm, could qualify as restructuring or reorganization. An Immigrant Investors can invest in businesses that exist on or before November 29 1990, providing substantial change in net worth or number of employees results from investment of capital. Substantial Change is defined as 40 percent increase either in net worth or in number of employees, so that new net worth or number of employees amounts to at least 140 percent of pre-expansion net worth or number of employees. Investment in new commercial enterprise in this manner Do not exempt Immigrant Investors from meeting requirements relating to the amount of capital that must be invested and the number of jobs that must be create. New commercial enterprise may be used as the basis for petitions of more than one non-Regional Center Immigrant Investor. Each non-Regional Center Immigrant Investor must invest the required amount of capital and each Immigrant Investor investment must result in the required number of jobs. Furthermore, new commercial enterprise can have owners who are not Immigrant Investors provide that sources of all capital invested are identified and all invested capital has been derived by lawful means.


Chapter 3 - Filing and Documentation

The Petitioner must provide Evidence that demonstrates that the employer: has designated a qualified employee as representative who will be responsible for administering the Program and will serve as liaison with USCIS; is actively doing business in the United States; will offer participant wages and working conditions comparable to those according local domestic workers similarly employ; and Has financial ability to remunerate participant. Evidence to demonstrate financial ability to remunerate participants includes organizations ' most recent annual report, business income tax return, or other Form of certified accountants report. The Petitioner must provide Evidence that the employer maintained Establish international exchange Program that meets factor list in Program Requirements section above. In addition to position description, evidence that can show the program has a cultural component which is an essential and integral part of participants ' employment or training may include: catalogs; Brochures; Curriculum; or any other evidence describing the Program. Programs cultural component must be design, on whole, to exhibit or explain attitude, customs, history, heritage, philosophy, traditions, or other cultural attributes of participants ' country of nationality. If there are different locations, petition must include an itinerary with dates and locations of services, labor, or training to be perform. When petitioning to repeat the previously approved international cultural exchange Program, petitioners may submit a copy of the initial Program Approval Notice in lieu of documentation required with initial filing. Officers should request additional documentation only if clarification is needed. The record must contain documentation of the following information for each participant: date of birth; Country of nationality; Level of education; Position title; and job description. Petitioners must verify and certify that participants are qualified to perform service or labor, or receive the type of training, described in the Petition. In addition, petitioners must report participants ' wages and certify they are offering wages and working conditions comparable to those according to local domestic workers similarly employ. For petitions involving multiple participants, petitioner must include name, date of birth, nationality, and other identifying information required on petition for each participant. The Petitioners must also indicate the US consulate at which each participant will apply for a Q-1 visa. For participants who are visa-exempt, petitioner must indicate the port of entry at which each participant will apply for admission to the United States. Finally, if participant has spent an aggregate of 15 months in the United States as Q-1 Nonimmigrant, petitioner must document that participant has resided and been physically present outside the United States for immediate prior year.


Chapter 4 - Adjudication

USCIS has discretion to interview SIJ petitioners for purposes of adjudicating SIJ Petition. USCIS recognizes the vulnerable nature of SIJ petitioners and generally conducts interviews of SIJ petitioners only when interview is deemed necessary. USCIS conducted a full review of the Petition and supporting Evidence to determine whether an interview may be warrant. USCIS generally does not require interview if the record contains sufficient information and Evidence to approve Petition without in-person assessment. However, USCIS retains discretion to interview SIJ petitioners for purposes of adjudicating SIJ Petition, as appropriate. Give vulnerable nature of SIJ petitioners and hardships they may face because of loss of parental support, USCIS strives to establish a child-friendly interview environment if interview is schedule. During interview, officers avoid questioning the petitioner about details of abuse, neglect, or abandonment because these issues are handled by juvenile court. Officers generally focus interviews on resolving issues relating to eligibility requirements, including age. The petitioner may bring a trusted adult to interview in addition to an attorney or representative. Trust adult may serve as a familiar source of comfort to petitioner, but should not interfere with the interview process or coach petitioner during interview. Give potential human trafficking and other concerns, officers assess the appropriateness of adults ' attendance in interviews and observe adults ' interaction with children When appropriate, officer may interview a child without that adult being present.


Chapter 6 - Family Members

The petitioner must submit the following documentation with petition in order to establish eligibility for benefit sought: his or her birth certificate which establishes that he or she is a national of an independent state that maintains the treaty or agreement that was in effect on October 1 1991, and allows nationals of that state to enlist in US arm Forces; certify proof of his or her re-enlistment, or certification of his or her past active duty Status of 12 years, from appropriate military official, which certify that applicant has require honorable active duty service and commitment; and recommendation that petitioner be grant Special Immigrant Status from appropriate military official.


Chapter 7 - Documentation and Evidence

The P-1 Petition for classification as internationally recognized athlete, team, or entertainment group must be supported by evidence that a person, group, or team is internationally recognized as outstanding in discipline and is entering to perform Services which require such a level of performance. If the petition is for a group of entertainers, petition must contain evidence that at least 75 percent of the group have been performing with the group for at least 1 year. Petitioners must submit consultation from a labor organization, if one exist. INA 214 provides more information regarding petitions filed under Creating Opportunities for Minor League Professionals, Entertainers, and Teams through Legal Entry Act of 2006.


Chapter 3 - Petitioners

Petitioners must attest it is either a bona fide non-profit Religious Organization or a bona fide organization that is affiliated with a Religious Denomination and is exempt from taxation. Authorizing official must sign attestation, certifying that the attestation is true and correct. A Religious Organization seeking to qualify as a bona fide non-profit Religious Organization in the United States is required to submit Evidence that: organization is Exempt from federal Tax requirements as described in Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986; and the organization has currently valid determination letter from Internal Revenue Service confirming such exemption. In some cases, petitioning entity may fall within the umbrella of a parent organization that has received group Tax exemption from the IRS. In these group Tax-Exempt cases, petitioner may use parent organizations ' IRS determination letter, provide it submit that letter and present Evidence that it is cover under group exemption grant to parent organization and it is authorized by parent organization to use its group Tax exemption. Examples of what may be submitted to show that petitioner may use group Tax exemption letter from parent Organization include, but are not limited to: letter from Organization holding group exemption as Evidence that petitioner is covered by such exemption; letter from Organization name in exemption must specifically acknowledge that petitioner fall under group exemption; Copies of pages from directory for parent Organization showing petitioner as member of group; parent organizations website that list petitioner as member of group cover by exemption; and IRS letter confirming petitioners coverage under parent Organization exemption. While the IRS does not require Religious organizations to obtain determination letter, USCIS regulations require petitioners to submit determination letter with R-1 Petition. USCIS reviews information contained within the letter to determine if the IRS classifies an organization as a Religious Organization, or as other than a Religious Organization. Determination letters from the IRS do not expire, but the IRS can revoke them. The IRS offers a web-base Tax Exempt Organization Search tool to verify organizations ' Tax-Exempt status. An Organization may use this tool for its own purposes to obtain printout showing its currently valid Tax-exemption. However, such printout does not satisfy the requirement for submission of IRS determination letter. The Petitioner qualifies as a bona fide organization that is affiliated with a Religious Denomination if: organization is closely associated with a Religious Denomination; organization is Exempt from federal Tax requirements as described in IRC 501; and the organization has currently valid determination letter from IRS confirming such exemption.

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Table

Petition Filing DateMinimum Investment AmountTEA Investment AmountHigh Employment Area Investment Amount
Before November 21, 2019$1,000,000$500,000$1,000,000
On or After November 21, 2019$1,800,000$900,000$1,800,000

Special Immigrant Juvenile Classification: Acts and Amendments

Acts and AmendmentsKey Changes
The Immigration Act of 1990Established an SIJ classification for children declared dependent on a juvenile court in the United States, eligible for long-term foster care, and for whom it would not be in their best interest to return to their country of origin
Miscellaneous and Technical Immigration and Nationality Amendments of 1991Provided that children with SIJ classification were considered paroled for the purpose of adjustment of status to lawful permanent residence Provided that alien children cannot apply for admission or be admitted to the United States in order to obtain SIJ classification
The Immigration and Nationality Technical Corrections Act of 1994Expanded eligibility from those declared dependent on a juvenile court to children whom such a court has legally committed to, or placed under the custody of, a state agency or department
The 1998 Appropriations ActLimited eligibility to children declared dependent on the court because of abuse, neglect, or abandonment Provided that children are eligible only if the Attorney General (later changed to the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security) expressly consents to the juvenile court order serving as a precondition to the grant of classification Prohibited juvenile courts from determining the custody status or placement of a child who is in the custody of the federal government, unless the Attorney General (later changed to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services) specifically consents to the courts jurisdiction
Violence Against Women Act of 2005Prohibited compelling an SIJ petitioner to contact the alleged abuser (or family member of the alleged abuser) at any stage of applying for SIJ classification
The Trafficking Victims Protection and Reauthorization Act (TVPRA 2008)Removed the need for a juvenile court to deem a child eligible for long-term foster care and replaced it with a requirement that the juvenile court find that reunification with one or both parents is not viable due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or a similar basis under state law Expanded eligibility to include children whom a juvenile court has placed under the custody of a person or entity appointed by a state or juvenile court Provided age-out protections so that SIJ classification may not be denied to anyone, based solely on age, who was under 21 years of age on the date that he or she properly filed the SIJ petition, regardless of the petitioners age at the time of adjudication Simplified the consent requirement: The Secretary of Homeland Security now consents to the grant of SIJ classification instead of expressly consenting to the juvenile court order Altered the specific consent function for those children in federal custody by vesting this authority with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, rather than the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Added a timeframe for adjudication: USCIS shall adjudicate SIJ petitions within 180 days of filing

Fair Information Practice Principles DHS Framework for Privacy Policy

PrincipleDescription
TransparencyDHS provides transparency for how it handles sensitive information through various mechanisms, including Privacy Impact Assessments, System of Records Notices, Privacy Act Statements, and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Individual ParticipationTo the extent practicable, DHS should involve persons in the process of using their personal information, and they may always request information about themselves through a FOIA request.
Purpose SpecificationDHS default action should be to not collect information, and if it is otherwise necessary, DHS should articulate the authorities that permit collection and must clearly state the purposes of the information collection.
Data MinimizationDHS collects only information relevant and necessary to accomplish the purposes specified and special emphasis is placed on reducing the use of sensitive personal information, where practical.
Use LimitationAny sharing of information outside of the agency must be consistent with the use or purpose originally specified.
Data Quality and IntegrityDHS should, to the extent practical, ensure that PII is accurate, relevant, timely, and complete.
SecurityDHS uses appropriate security safeguards against risks such as loss, unauthorized access or use, destruction, modification or unintended or inappropriate disclosure.
Accountability and AuditingDHS has a number of accountability mechanisms, including reviews of its operations, training for employees, and investigations when appropriate.

Reporting Employee Misconduct Contact Information

DHS OfficePhone and FaxMail
USCIS OI202-233-2453 (Fax)Office of Investigations Attn: Intake Mail Stop: 2275 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services 633 Third Street NW, 3rd Floor, Suite 350 Washington, DC 20529-2275
DHS OIGToll-free hotline: 800-323-8603 202-254-4297 (Fax)DHS Office of Inspector General, Mail Stop: 0305 Attn: Office of Investigations - Hotline 245 Murray Lane, SW Washington, DC 20528-0305

Summary of Evidence Requirements Relating to the R-1 Nonimmigrant Petition

Type of PetitionerRequired Evidence
Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt.
Group Tax-Exempt Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the group is tax-exempt. Documentation that the organization is covered under the group tax exemption, including, for example, a letter from the parent organization authorizing the petitioner to use its group tax exemption, a directory for that organization listing the petitioner as a member of the group, a membership listing on the parent organizations website that confirms coverage under its exemption, or a letter from the IRS confirming the coverage. If the submitted IRS determination letter does not identify the organizations tax exemption as a religious organization, then evidence establishing its religious nature and purpose. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the entitys articles of incorporation or bylaws, flyers, articles, brochures, or other literature that describes the religious purpose and nature of the organization.
Bona Fide Organization Affiliated with Religious DenominationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt. If the organization was granted tax-exempt status under IRC 501(c)(3) as something other than a religious organization, then: documentation that establishes the religious nature and purpose of the organization, including, but not limited to, a copy of the organizing instrument that specifies the purposes of the organization, organizational literature, such as books, articles, brochures, calendars, flyers, and other literature describing the religious purpose and nature of the activities of the organization. A Religious Denomination Certification signed by the religious denominational entity (not the petitioner) that the petitioner is affiliated with, which is part of the Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker ( Form I-129 ), R-1 Classification Supplement, certifying that the petitioning organization is affiliated with the religious denomination.
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43. Always Be My Maybe

Summary of Evidence Requirements Relating to the R-1 Nonimmigrant Petition

Type of PetitionerRequired Evidence
Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt.
Group Tax-Exempt Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the group is tax-exempt. Documentation that the organization is covered under the group tax exemption, including, for example, a letter from the parent organization authorizing the petitioner to use its group tax exemption, a directory for that organization listing the petitioner as a member of the group, a membership listing on the parent organizations website that confirms coverage under its exemption, or a letter from the IRS confirming the coverage. If the submitted IRS determination letter does not identify the organizations tax exemption as a religious organization, then evidence establishing its religious nature and purpose. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the entitys articles of incorporation or bylaws, flyers, articles, brochures, or other literature that describes the religious purpose and nature of the organization.
Bona Fide Organization Affiliated with Religious DenominationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt. If the organization was granted tax-exempt status under IRC 501(c)(3) as something other than a religious organization, then: documentation that establishes the religious nature and purpose of the organization, including, but not limited to, a copy of the organizing instrument that specifies the purposes of the organization, organizational literature, such as books, articles, brochures, calendars, flyers, and other literature describing the religious purpose and nature of the activities of the organization. A Religious Denomination Certification signed by the religious denominational entity (not the petitioner) that the petitioner is affiliated with, which is part of the Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker ( Form I-129 ), R-1 Classification Supplement, certifying that the petitioning organization is affiliated with the religious denomination.

Cochran told Hobart police she injected her husband with heroin and smothered him with a pillow as revenge for the murder of her lover, Christopher Regan, who she lure to her other home in Iron River, Michigan, with the promise of sex. Her husband burst out of the basement and shot Regan in the head 22 caliber rifle during the act, which couple had plot after making a pact to kill off anyone involved in extramarital affairs, according to the documentary. Investigation Discovery, at its core, tells real stories about real people who are looking for justice. The search for Chris Regan and specifically Laura Frizzo's determination to solve this case is what compelled US to join her on this journey for answers, say Henry Schleiff, Group President of Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, American Heroes Channel and Destination America. The story that unfolds through Chief Frizzo's own video documentations is a rare opportunity for viewers to see a skilled investigator at work. Investigation Discovery compares Dead North, which premiers in a two-night event at 9 pm on May 28 and May 29, to the Coen brothers ' classic Fargo, also a murder mystery set in the far reaches of the Upper Midwest. The documentary show that was produced by Magilla Entertainment features extensive use of police bodycam footage and tape of interrogation room interviews showing how Frizzo worked to track down Regan in the desolate Upper Peninsula. While being interrogate, Kelly Cochran admits she and her husband are plotting to kill Regan and that they dismember his corpse and dump it in the woods. She leads Frizzo to an area where his skull was found in the woods, and her neighbors reveal they were potentially serving his remains at barbecue. She was sentenced to life in prison for Regan's killing in 2017, and then sentenced in April to 65 years in prison for her husband's murder. In case you missed it, John Herbert Dillinger, who figures so prominently in Lake County folklore, was born on June 22 and was shot to death by police in front of the Biograph Theater on Lincoln Ave. In Chicago on July 22, just a month after his 31 birthday. He is known for having rob 24 banks and 4 police stations. He became particularly famous in Northwest Indiana for his escape from an old jailhouse in Crown Point, which now houses a museum dedicated to Dillinger and other Depression-era gangster memorabilia. One night little more than 50 years ago at 11 pm, Richard Speck broke into a townhouse on the South side of Chicago in Jeffery Manor neighborhood and murdered eight of nine student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital he found there. Only Corazon Amurao, who managed to hide under the bed as Speck led other victims Gloria Davy, Patricia Matusek, Nina Jo Schmale, Pamela Wilkening, Suzanne Farris, Mary Ann Jordan, Merlita Gargullo, and Valentina Pasion one-by-one into another room, was physically unhurt. The only witness crawled out of the bedroom window around 6 Am and began screaming. Theyre all dead!

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41. The Meyerowitz Stories

Summary of Evidence Requirements Relating to the R-1 Nonimmigrant Petition

Type of PetitionerRequired Evidence
Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt.
Group Tax-Exempt Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the group is tax-exempt. Documentation that the organization is covered under the group tax exemption, including, for example, a letter from the parent organization authorizing the petitioner to use its group tax exemption, a directory for that organization listing the petitioner as a member of the group, a membership listing on the parent organizations website that confirms coverage under its exemption, or a letter from the IRS confirming the coverage. If the submitted IRS determination letter does not identify the organizations tax exemption as a religious organization, then evidence establishing its religious nature and purpose. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the entitys articles of incorporation or bylaws, flyers, articles, brochures, or other literature that describes the religious purpose and nature of the organization.
Bona Fide Organization Affiliated with Religious DenominationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt. If the organization was granted tax-exempt status under IRC 501(c)(3) as something other than a religious organization, then: documentation that establishes the religious nature and purpose of the organization, including, but not limited to, a copy of the organizing instrument that specifies the purposes of the organization, organizational literature, such as books, articles, brochures, calendars, flyers, and other literature describing the religious purpose and nature of the activities of the organization. A Religious Denomination Certification signed by the religious denominational entity (not the petitioner) that the petitioner is affiliated with, which is part of the Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker ( Form I-129 ), R-1 Classification Supplement, certifying that the petitioning organization is affiliated with the religious denomination.

B Tchakounte Youngui 1; P Coffie 2; E Messou 2 3; Poda 4; L fort Deguenonvo 5; D Hawerlander 6; Minga 2 7; E Balestre 8; F Dabis 8 and O Marcy 9 1 University Of Bordeaux, Bordeaux School Of Public Health, ISPED, Bordeaux, France. 2 Programme PACCI, Site ANRS, Abidjan, Cote DIvoire. 3 Centre de Prise EN Charge de Recherche ET de Formation, CePReF-Aconda-VS, Abidjan, Cote DIvoire. 4 CHU Souro Sanou, Hopital de Jour, Service Des Maladies Infectieuses, Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso. 5 CHNU Fann, Service Des Maladies Infectieuses ET Tropicales Ibrahima Diop Mar, Dakar, Senegal. 6 Centre Integre de Recherches Biocliniques dAbidjan, CIRBA, Abidjan, Cote DIvoire. 7 Centre Medical de Suivi de Donneurs de Sang / CNTS / PRIMO-CI, Abidjan, Cote DIvoire. 8 University Of Bordeaux, Centre INSERM U897-Epidemiologie-Biostatistique, Bordeaux School Of Public Health, ISPED, Bordeaux, France. 9 University Of Bordeaux, Centre INSERM U1219, Bordeaux School Of Public Health, ISPED, Bordeaux, France background: Despite evidence that isoniazid Preventive therapy reduces Tuberculosis Incidence and Mortality, its uptake remains very limited in West Africa. Our objective was to assess Tuberculosis Incidence During the First year of Antiretroviral therapy and identify associated factors in HIV-infect Adults in West Africa To Support Policy decisions in these countries. Methods: We conducted Retrospective observational Cohort Analysis Using Data collected in Three HIV outpatient centres From Cote DIvoire, Burkina Faso and Senegal participating in IeDEA West Africa Collaboration. We include HIV-infect adults initiating ART between 2010 and 2014, without Tuberculosis diagnosis at ART initiation and with 1 follow-UP visit. None of them received IPT. Tuberculosis New diagnoses were documented according to National recommendations. We analyse the Incidence of Tuberculosis and identify associated factors using Poisson regression Models. Results: Of 4154 Patients WHO Start on ART, 3404 had 1 follow-UP visit After ART initiation. Of those, 191 had ongoing Tuberculosis At ART initiation. Thus, We enrol 3213 Patients in Our Analysis. The median age was 38. 5 years, 67. 1 % were female and the median CD4 count At ART initiation was 211 cells / mm 3. Overall, 170 New Tuberculosis Cases were reported in 2360. 5 person-years At Risk. The Crude Tuberculosis Incidence rate during the first year on ART was 7. 2 Cases per 100 PY. The Adjust Tuberculosis Incidence rate was 1. 42 per 100 PY in Women, aged 16-30 years, without Prior Tuberculosis History, with CD4 500 cells / mm 3 and haemoglobin 11 G / dL, followed in Burkina-Faso. Higher Tuberculosis Risk was significantly associated with male gender, previous history Of TB, haemoglobin < 9 G / dL and follow-UP in Cote DIvoire. Conclusions: Tuberculosis Incidence remains high during the first year on ART in West African context in the absence of IPT. It is crucial to reinforce Implementation of IPT in All HIV-infect Adults starting ART, especially in this part of the world.

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39. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Summary of Evidence Requirements Relating to the R-1 Nonimmigrant Petition

Type of PetitionerRequired Evidence
Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt.
Group Tax-Exempt Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the group is tax-exempt. Documentation that the organization is covered under the group tax exemption, including, for example, a letter from the parent organization authorizing the petitioner to use its group tax exemption, a directory for that organization listing the petitioner as a member of the group, a membership listing on the parent organizations website that confirms coverage under its exemption, or a letter from the IRS confirming the coverage. If the submitted IRS determination letter does not identify the organizations tax exemption as a religious organization, then evidence establishing its religious nature and purpose. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the entitys articles of incorporation or bylaws, flyers, articles, brochures, or other literature that describes the religious purpose and nature of the organization.
Bona Fide Organization Affiliated with Religious DenominationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt. If the organization was granted tax-exempt status under IRC 501(c)(3) as something other than a religious organization, then: documentation that establishes the religious nature and purpose of the organization, including, but not limited to, a copy of the organizing instrument that specifies the purposes of the organization, organizational literature, such as books, articles, brochures, calendars, flyers, and other literature describing the religious purpose and nature of the activities of the organization. A Religious Denomination Certification signed by the religious denominational entity (not the petitioner) that the petitioner is affiliated with, which is part of the Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker ( Form I-129 ), R-1 Classification Supplement, certifying that the petitioning organization is affiliated with the religious denomination.

It is 1984 and young programmer Stefan Butler is developing his own video game called Bandersnatch. Stefans ' choices are your choices: will Bandersnatch become a smash hit, or will pressure go to poor Stefans ' head? Choice is up to you, while Bandersnatch cannot be credited for being the first interactive title on Netflix, it certainly now is the most well-know. Most fans may have prefer actual film / episode but all credit to Netflix and Black Mirror team for putting together enigmatic titles like Bandersnatch. This groundbreaking piece is not everyones cup of tea, but it really demonstrates Netflixs power to innovate in the movie space.

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38. Private Life

Summary of Evidence Requirements Relating to the R-1 Nonimmigrant Petition

Type of PetitionerRequired Evidence
Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt.
Group Tax-Exempt Religious OrganizationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the group is tax-exempt. Documentation that the organization is covered under the group tax exemption, including, for example, a letter from the parent organization authorizing the petitioner to use its group tax exemption, a directory for that organization listing the petitioner as a member of the group, a membership listing on the parent organizations website that confirms coverage under its exemption, or a letter from the IRS confirming the coverage. If the submitted IRS determination letter does not identify the organizations tax exemption as a religious organization, then evidence establishing its religious nature and purpose. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the entitys articles of incorporation or bylaws, flyers, articles, brochures, or other literature that describes the religious purpose and nature of the organization.
Bona Fide Organization Affiliated with Religious DenominationA currently valid determination letter from the IRS establishing that the organization is tax-exempt. If the organization was granted tax-exempt status under IRC 501(c)(3) as something other than a religious organization, then: documentation that establishes the religious nature and purpose of the organization, including, but not limited to, a copy of the organizing instrument that specifies the purposes of the organization, organizational literature, such as books, articles, brochures, calendars, flyers, and other literature describing the religious purpose and nature of the activities of the organization. A Religious Denomination Certification signed by the religious denominational entity (not the petitioner) that the petitioner is affiliated with, which is part of the Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker ( Form I-129 ), R-1 Classification Supplement, certifying that the petitioning organization is affiliated with the religious denomination.

A limited number of registries for Rare Disorders exist in most selected countries, even though it is a focus topic in many national plans. First outcomes of implementing Rare Disease registries are already visible and result in scientific collaboration such as Network dedicated to Rare Adult Cancer, through which knowledge on epidemiology, survival prognosis, prevalence, burden of Rare cancers is share. Registries are either public or private non-profit or for-profit 25. France implemented a Central Registry that collects data for all Rare Disorders, next to 12 other rare disorder registries. The Central Registry gathers epidemiological data in order to optimize clinical practice and healthcare policies. It also serves to facilitate patients to therapeutic programs and clinical trials. Rather uniquely, data on patients' family members is also collect. Epidemiological data is aggregated within centers for Rare Diseases CEMARA program which HAS identifies more than 380 000 patients and 4 200 Rare Disorders. Since 2017, 109 CRMRs were create, 387 Reference centers and 1 757 competence centers identify, as well as 83 resource and competence centers. Up to May 2019, there were 143 registries in France. Poland HAS Central Registry for Inherited Disorders which is obligatory to report birth defects since 2014 as well as 10 Disease specific registries 26. Germany HAS Act on NP Recommendation to create Disease registries such as the Open Source Registry System for Rare Diseases 25. Currently in Germany there are 149 registries 25 and Central portal. UK HAS 74 functioning registries under control, also by public or private Institutions 25. Latvia HAS one Registry for multiple Diseases, called Registry for Certain Diseases, which includes Rare cancers, hereditary Disorders, managed by the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. There are plans to implement a Central Registry for Rare Disorders within National plan 25. Until May 2019, 32 registries in the Netherlands exist, However, national plan lead to appointing around 350 Reference centers that are able to comply with EU standards, including 5 of 24 new European Reference Networks 27. A large number of centers will be working together in clusters, to prevent fragmentation. Romania HAS two Disease registries, both contributing to European registries 28. Turkey HAS five working registries, one for oral ulcers in Behcet Disease, cystic fibrosis, duchenne, Becker, and spinal muscular dystrophy, pediatric atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome, severe chronic neutropenia. The Registry for Rare pediatric Metabolic Disorders is financed by Hacettepe University Hospital and the Metabolic Disease Foundation. Turkey participates in the European registries E-IMD. Russia is the only non-EU country in this review having a Central Rare disorder Registry. There are no official Rare Disease registries in Kazakhstan, but work is underway to establish a National Rare Disease Registry to help identify common genetic mutations within the Kazakh population, which is intended to collaborate internationally 29. Armenia HAS no registries 4 and is also the only country that does not have patient organizations gathering data.

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