April 24, 2007
Report: Americans on Hold: Profiling, Citizenship, and the "War on Terror"
The U.S. government is illegally delaying the naturalization applications of thousands of immigrants by profiling individuals it perceives to be Muslim and subjecting them to indefinite security checks, charged the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) in a new report (here) released today. The 63-page report, titled Americans on Hold: Profiling, Citizenship, and the "War on Terror," documents the impact of expanded security checks on the lives of those experiencing citizenship delays, often for years on end. The report analyzes these delays and their impact within an international human rights framework, and offers specific policy recommendations to help end discrimination in access to citizenship and other human rights violations.
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I AM TRYING TO ACCESS THE 63 PAGE REPORT, BUT I KEEP GETTING A MESSAGE SAYING FILE IS DAMAGED AND CAN NOT BE REPAIRED. WHAT SHOULD I DO TO DOWNLOAD THE REPORT.
Posted by: NEHAD HMOUD | May 10, 2007 10:25:07 PM
Dies ist ein großer Ort. Ich möchte hier noch einmal.
Posted by: fahrrad | Mar 6, 2009 1:10:36 PM