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CHAPTER II : NON-IMMIGRANT ALIENS ARTICLE 7: Non-immigrant aliens are: Law on Immigration 2 1. (...) ARTICLE 13: Law on Immigration 4 All immigrant or non-immigrant aliens authorized to come into the Kingdom of Cambodia, shall present themselves at the Immigration Police check points, both during their arrival and their departure. (...) CHAPTER VI: EXPULSION ARTICLE 35: The Minister of Interior shall order for expulsion from the Kingdom of Cambodia of every immigrant alien, who violates the provisions of this Immigration Law.
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Score: 1335032.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_44.pdf
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GETTING STARTED: A NOTABLE TRANSGENDER IMMIGRATION LAW RESOURCE Because transgender individuals with immigration concerns are doubly vulnerable to unjust actions by police and immigration authorities, there is a strong network of support for transgender community members dealing with immigration issues. (...) One notable resource was written by Immigration Equality, a national organization, and the Transgender Law Center, an organization based in San Francisco, and published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. (...) TRANGENDER DISCRIMINATION IN IMMIGRATION LAW Until 1990, openly-LGBT immigrants were banned from immigrating to the United States.10 Currently, there is no law expressly prohibiting transgender people from visiting or immigrating to the United States.
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Score: 1331489.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/586577514.pdf
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Recommendations for Restoring the Balance Between Immigration and Labor Law Enforcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 IcEd Out: How Immigration Enforcement Has Interfered with Workers’ Rights 4 IcEd Out: How Immigration Enforcement Has Interfered with Workers’ Rights 5 For decades, the protections under core labor laws, such as the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), have applied to immigrants, including those unauthorized to work in the United States under federal law. (...) The rise in workplace immigration enforcement Enforcement of the immigration laws in the workplace is the responsibility of ICE, a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). (...) Each case illustrates the need, in an era of increasing police enforcement of immigration law, for training of local police and a strong firewall to exist between immigration enforcement and labor enforcement.
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Score: 1319263.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ions/2011/ICED_OUT_DGD2011.pdf
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The Immigration and Naturalization Service, an agency of the Department of Justice, manages our national border, as well as the immigration and citizenship laws. (...) While outside GATS Mode 4, permanent residents and intending immigrants are an important area of national immigration law. (...) Congress often changes our immigration law through enactment of new legislation.
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Score: 1316305 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...erv_e/symp_apr_02_dobson_e.doc
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(more) Asylum and Withholding of Removal Relief Convention Against Torture Protections Page 2 Office of Legislative and Public Affairs Legal Bars to Asylum Under immigration law, the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), certain aliens are barred from obtaining asylum. (...) The immigration judge adjudicates each case individually, on the evidence provided and in accordance with immigration law, to determine whether the applicant is eligible for asylum and merits a grant of asylum. (...) Under delegated authority from the Attorney General, immigration judges and the Board of Immigration Appeals interpret and adjudicate immigration cases according to United States immigration laws.
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Score: 1303864.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/58598cb34.pdf
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(ii) The imposition of detention as a direct or indirect punishment for irregular immigration is not lawful under international law. (iii) The imposition of detention as a direct or indirect punishment for those who do not cooperate with immigration proceedings is not lawful under international law. (...) The mandatory immigration detention of irregular migrants is arbitrary and therefore unlawful under international human rights law. 25. (...) (ii) The imposition of detention as a direct or indirect punishment for irregular immigration is not lawful under international law. (iii) The imposition of detention as a direct or indirect punishment for those who do not cooperate with immigration proceedings is not lawful under international law.
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Score: 1301170.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nArticle9/EqualRightsTrust.pdf
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Biographical data form of candidates to human rights treaty bodies PAGE 1 Biographical data form of candidates to human rights treaty bodies (Please respect the specified amount of lines when completing this form) Name and first name: EL BORAI, Ahmed Date and place of birth: 29 October 1944, Port Said Working languages: French, Arabic, English Current position/ function: (5 lines maximum) 1995 to date: Member of the Committee of Legal Experts of the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) 1999 to date: Member of the Committee of Experts-counsellors of the International Labor Organization 2004 to date: Member of the Committee of Migrant Workers: United Nations 1986 to 1990: Cultural Counsellor for the Arab Republic of Egypt in Paris, France 1992 to 2003: National Legal Expert for the preparation of the Unified Labor Bill Main professional activities: (10 lines maximum) Professor of Law Head of the Social Legislation Department – Faculty of Law – Cairo University Advocate before the Egyptian Court of Cassation and the Council of State. Educational background: (5 lines maximum) 1972: Doctorat de l’Etat en Droit – University of Rennes, France 1970: Diploma in Public Law – University of Rennes, France 1968: Diploma in Private Law – Faculty of Law – Cairo University, Egypt 1967: Diploma in Public Law – Faculty of Law – Cairo University – Egypt 1966: Licence en droit – Faculty of Law – Cairo University – Egypt Other main activities in the field relevant to the mandate of the treaty body concerned: (10 lines maximum) Symposia and Conferences: The Development of Professional Relations in the Arab States, held by the ILO, the ALO and UNDP, Oman (Jordan), September 1995; The Immigration of Labor Force Between the Arab States - 2nd Conference, held by the Arab Program for the Support of Immigration Between Arab States, Beirut, March 1995; Cooperation in the Mediterranean, Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Sardinia, November 1994; Cooperation in the Mediterranean, Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Taormina, February 1993, Immigration of Labor Force Between the Arab States - 1st Conference, held by the Arab Program for the Support of Immigration between Arab States, Cairo, May 1992 List of most recent publications in the field: (5 lines) Economic, Political and Social Transformation and Effects on Labor Relations, September, 1995; The Regulation of Immigration of Labor Force Between the Arab States, According to International and Arab Labor Practices, March, 1995; Legal Framework for Protecting Immigrant Labor in the Arab States, May, 1992; Arab immigrant women in the Arab countries between the reality and law, October 2006; The international legal framework for migrant workers : the United Nations Convention on the Protection of Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (1990) July 2007 ___________________
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Score: 1295858.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...MW/Elections2007/cvelborai.doc
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Local (non-Federal) Enforcement of Immigration Laws in the States and the Federal Secure Communities Program Until recent years, it has been the practice in many U.S. cities and states that local police officials do not act as immigration agents, for several reasons. (...) In the past several years, a number of both mandatory and voluntary measures have forced local police and administrative agency personnel to act as immigration agents. These have included the federal Secure Communities Program, a partnership between Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and local jails to identify and deport "criminal aliens," and a handful of individually-enacted state laws that mandate local police and even administrative agencies that administer labor laws to enforce immigration laws. (...) Dep’t of Labor, Fact Sheet #48: Application of U.S. Labor Laws to Immigrant Workers: Effect of Hoffman Plastic decision on laws enforced by the Wage and Hour Division, at http://www.dol.gov/esa/regs/compliance/whd/whdfs48.htm.
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Score: 1295178.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ssions/2011/NELP_2_DGD2011.doc
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Annex III Annex IV Biographical data form of candidates to human rights treaty bodies (Please respect the specified amount of lines when completing this form) Name and first name: El Borai Ahmed Date and place of birth: 29/10/1944 Working languages: Arabic, French Current position/function: (5 lines maximum)  Professor of Law & Head of the Social Legislation Department Faculty of Law, University of Cairo  Founder and Partner - El Borai & Partners A law firm Specialized and leading, since 1983, in Labor and Social Security Law, Civil and Commercial Law, Banking & Investment Law, Litigation, Arbitration & Labor Alternative Disputes Settlement Methods Main professional activities: (10 lines maximum) - Member of the United Nations Commission on application of the protection of migrant workers and their families - Chairman of Legal Cooperative Union General – Arab Republic of Egypt - Member of Expert Advisers' Committee on ILO Declaration - President of the Committee of Legal Experts of the Arab Labor Organization - Chairman of the Labor Relations Center, University of Cairo - The National Legal Expert for the preparation of the Unified Labor Bill - Legal Counselor to the Egyptian Parliament for the Committee of Labor Force - Permanent Representative of the Arab Republic of Egypt at the UNESCO - Cultural Counselor for the Arab Republic of Egypt in Paris - Legal Counselor to the University of Cairo Educational background: (5 lines maximum)  BA Law from the University of Cairo  Masters Private Law – University of Cairo  Masters Public Law – University of Cairo  Masters Public Law – University of Rennes – France  PhD Law – University of Rennes – France Other main activities in the field relevant to the mandate of the Committee on Migrant Workers: (10 lines maximum) Dr. (...) List of most recent publications in the field of Migration and Human Rights: (5 lines) “Economic, Political and Social Transformation and Effects on Labor Relations, September, 1995”; “Legal Framework for Protecting Immigrant Labor in the Arab States, May, 1992”; “Arab immigrant women in the Arab countries between the reality and law, October 2006”; “The International Legal Framework for Migrant Workers: the United Nations Convention on the Protection of Rights of all Migrant Workers and Members of their Families , July 2007”. Other professional treatises include “The Regulation of Immigration of Labor between the Arab States according to International and Arab Labor Practices”, research presented to the Second Conference on the Immigration of Labor between Arab States; “The Special Regulations Organizing the Employment of Women in Arab Legislation”, research presented to the Conference on the Protection of Working Women, convened by the Egyptian General Association of Labor Unions, Cairo 1994; “Legal Framework for the Protection of Immigrant Labor in the Arab States”, research (in English and Arabic) commissioned by the ILO for the First Conference on Immigration of Labor between Arab States. -----
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Score: 1288891 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ctions2015/CV_AhmedElBorai.pdf
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A notary public, notario, or a notario público is NOT an attorney or an accredited representative and CANNOT provide legal advice or services on your immigration case unless he has been accredited by the BIA and works for an organization recognized by the BIA. • In the U.S., a notary public is a public officer who is authorized by law to certify documents, take affidavits, and administer oaths. (...) This means that they: • CANNOT tell you what forms to use or what answers to put on the forms • CANNOT keep your original documents • CANNOT do special favors for you • CANNOT claim to know of secret laws or have special connections to government agencies What Should You Do To Protect Yourself from Fraud? (...) What Should You Do if You Have Been the Victim of Fraud? Contact a non-profit law office, immigrant rights group, or other trusted community organization for advice.
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Score: 1285647.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/585989984.pdf
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