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  • #16
    Umesh, look what sad stories there are on these boards, it is not polite to discuss principles and laws at this time.

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    • #17
      I agree "Get A Life" this is supposed to be a pro-immigrant board, not INS-rules explanations board.

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      • #18
        To Board, why does this have to be pro-immigration? It is a forum for communication, and not everyone will agree on this or any other issue. The people who oppose illegal immigration have the same right of expression as the pro-illegal thinkers. And there are a lot of folks who need the INS rules and forms explained. A lot of people have been helped on this board that way, and it gives everyone an opportunity to be heard. Look at it this way - at least (apparently) the moderators are deleting the trash that used to dominate this forum.

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        • #19
          This board should be pro-immigrants.

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          • #20
            We are here for "specific cases" that are similar to ours. INS rules and regulations are on several hundred different web sites. Also why is everyone making a comment about cases. If you know something say it. If you have an opininon about illegal immigrants etc. GO POST SOME WHERE ELSE!

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            • #21
              poster says:

              "...unless you go with each and every prisoner..."

              Usually it is them that make you go with each and every of them, isn't it?

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              • #22
                ...

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                • #23
                  I meant "clothing" not "close" lol, good luck

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                  • #24
                    Exactly -- one should be a man -- after all, it's not the end of the world to be penetrated a couple of times..

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                    • #25
                      I have layed in my bed and heard my friend being raped by his celly. Base upon the fact that his cell is right over top of mines, one could hear very good....I am so afraid to go to general population....SEXUALLY ASSAULTED here in Tehachapi RECEPTION CENTER....Mental brake down from my pas[t] encounter of being SEXUALLY ASSAULTED some time ago IN COUNTY JAIL. Yes, I did inform these people here upon my arrival about my...sexual abuse history and I begged Dr. Haskett and this Institution not to put me in a cell with a Black inmate or in general population. But they just calls me names and put me in general pop. any. And I got raped again. I jest have been release from the medical ward after a 9 day stay for attemp suicide after being Brought and sold by inmates in this Institution that runs this Prison.

                      I then pleaded my Case informing CC II S. Morgan to take my medical file in account where it state that I had been rap at the Institution where I jest came from and that this Institution is indeed a much more ruffer prison him and I both know what I would incounter. He then reply he had no concern to that fact. The next day I was moved to Building III in to a cell with one of the Bi[g] shots, and was told that he paid for me to be move into his cell and he would look out for me if I sex him up from time to time.....I told he that I was not with that, needless to say what he tryed to do to me that night...you wouldn't believe! Anyway I told God that I would rather die than be abuse again....I want to file suit on Dr. Haskett. He the cause of it all. I have been sold into Sexual Slavery to some Big Person. it seem's like these People really has it out for me because of our suiting [filing suit against] Dr. Haskett + the Warden of Tehachapi....God no one would believe unless they are living in it. S.O.S.

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                      • #26
                        Keep in mind that many experts consider county and local jails to be more likely places for rapes than prisons. There is a reason for this. You are more likely to be raped while in prison if:

                        - You are young.
                        - You come from a middle-class background.
                        - You are white.
                        - You are not street smart or have no gang affiliations.
                        - Physically you are of small stature.

                        By the time repeat or career criminals get to prison they have normally made the circuit through foster homes, juvenile lockups and reform schools where rape is very common. So by the time they actually make it to the big time they are well schooled in this fact of prison life and quite often they are the attackers not the attackees.

                        Do not think that rape will only happen in prison. If you have to go to county jail prior to your trial and while awaiting transfer to prison, a sexual attack is very likely to occur there. This can all depend on the area you live in. If you are in a rural area with a small jail, of course the chances will drop. But if you are in a metro area, Los Angeles County, New York's Rikers Island, Miami's Dade, and Chicago's Cook being among the worst, your chances of being raped are going to skyrocket.

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                        • #27
                          http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/prison/mariason.html

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                          • #28
                            poster "peace" is stupid --

                            "They let you keep your belt, shoes, and your teeth too!!!"


                            HAHAHA!

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                            • #29
                              Today is the deadline for males from the second round of Arab and Muslim countries and North Korea to register with the United States immigration authorities under new security rules. Amnesty International is calling on the US authorities to ensure respect for the human rights of non citizens and to review the special registration process to ensure that it is administered fairly and complies with the principle of non-discrimination under international law.

                              "The US government must ensure that immigration laws are not applied in a way which violates fundamental protections against discrimination under international law. They must also ensure that these individuals are treated humanely and that the rights of all those questioned, arrested or detained are scrupulously observed in accordance with international law."

                              "The registration process must be administered fairly, and those facing questioning, detention or other legal proceedings should be given prompt access to lawyers. Anyone seeking asylum must be given a full and fair hearing and no-one should be deported to a country where their security may be at risk. The US government must investigate all allegations of ill-treatment thoroughly," Amnesty International said.

                              Amnesty International's concern follows the detention last month of a large number of Middle Eastern and Muslim men and boys, after they had come forward voluntarily to comply with the first deadline to register with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).

                              The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System requires those already in the US to appear before immigration officers to provide detailed information about their locations, jobs, studies and visa status. Individuals are photographed and fingerprinted as part of this registration program which aims to track foreigners in the USA on temporary visas. According to reports, those who fail to comply face criminal charges and immediate expulsion from the country.

                              The new regulation required males aged 16 and over from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Sudan who do not have permanent resident status to report to the INS by 16 December 2002. While the order applied throughout the country, most of the detentions took place in southern California during the days before expiration of the deadline, when many people turned up to register.

                              Most of the detainees were held for minor visa violations, including expired visas or failing to provide adequate documentation; many reportedly had pending applications for extensions, or had nearly completed the process for legal residency. There were also reports that people believed to be in compliance with immigration regulations were also detained.

                              Detainees were reportedly:

                              · denied food and necessary medicines and access to lawyers;

                              · forced to sleep standing up on concrete floors, in freezing conditions with no blankets;

                              · subject to strip searches and hosed down with cold water;

                              · shuttled between states in prison buses shackled and in handcuffs looking for free cells.

                              Relatives of some detainees are reported to have said that detainees were told they would be deported without seeing their families again.

                              Detainees included a 16-year-old boy on a student visa seeking permanent residency to be able to join his mother and stepfather, a US citizen, and an Iranian Jewish man whose application for permanent residency had been held up in INS proceedings for 5 years.

                              It is believed that around 400 people were detained, 18 of whom, according to the Immigration and Naturalization Service, remain in detention, though this number has been disputed by immigrant organisations.

                              Civil rights and immigrant groups have questioned the selective nature of the treatment so far, noting that all the detainees are from Muslim states, with the exception of North Korea.

                              Males from 15 other mainly Muslim countries from the Middle East and North Africa are required to register over the next two months and include Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Eritrea, Lebanon, Morocco, North Korea , Oman, Qatar, Somalia, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen who must register by 10 January, and those from Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, by 21 February.

                              Amnesty International does not dispute the requirement of immigrants on temporary visas to be tracked and registered. However, if people are being detained or singled out for harsh treatment solely on grounds of their nationality or gender this would appear to breach international standards prohibiting discrimination.

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                              • #30
                                If you are illegally probably they'll hold you for only 1-2 days, if you have criminal convictions on your record, you never know...and make sure you have a bit of money before going, in criminal-issues-related-cases INS has set bond at $5,000 - $10,000.

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