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  • Survey finds international travelers put off by U.S. immigration practices (11/22/2006)
  • Alleged Russian agent was spying on Canada for more than a decade: court documents (11/21/2006)
  • Mafia Loot Financed Aborted Kazakh Gas Scheme, Prosecutors Say (11/21/2006)
  • Global Diamond Exchange Announces Joint Venture Partner (11/21/2006)
  • DaimlerChrysler looks at joint venture in China (11/21/2006)
  • Japan's Sony, NXP Semiconductors to form joint venture next year (11/21/2006)
  • Zim signed an agreemet for a joint venture in China (11/21/2006)
  • American introducing international, self-serve check-in (11/20/2006)
  • Take the right steps when buying property in Spain (11/20/2006)
  • Valid Marriage and Divorce Rules for Green Cards (11/20/2006)
  • Notary says she falsified documents linked to slayings (11/20/2006)
  • Notary Says She Feared for Her Life in Jennifer Deleon Trial (11/20/2006)
  • Norilsk Nickel to buy OM Group's nickel business for $408 million (11/20/2006)
  • Chinese automamker Chery to set up joint venture with Johnson Controls (11/20/2006)
  • Russia is counting pluses and minuses of WTO membership (11/20/2006)
  • Saudis again seek U.S. schooling; demand now at record pace (11/19/2006)
  • The mother can stay until her child reaches 21 (11/19/2006)
  • Reimbursement for treatment of illegals hard to get (11/19/2006)
  • Putin addresses pro-Kremlin party on migration, extremism, gambling (11/17/2006)
  • Child Travel Consent Keeps Vacation Plans on Track (11/17/2006)
  • New Jersey approves same sex birth certificate (11/16/2006)
  • Immigration Law Keeping Some From Benefits (11/16/2006)
  • Both Moms to be on Baby's Birth Certificate in N.J. (11/16/2006)
  • Child Travel Consent Keeps Vacation Plans on Track (11/16/2006)
  • 2 N.J. Women to be Listed on Baby's Birth Certificate (11/15/2006)
  • Title Fraud Investigation. State Patrol Investigates Hummer Scam (11/14/2006)
  • Document defendant a no-show. Woman accused of selling phony papers skips her trial in Fredericksburg yesterday. (11/14/2006)
  • After nearly 70 years, siblings meet for the first time (11/14/2006)
  • BP's Russian gas joint venture settles ?750m tax bill (11/14/2006)
  • Russian half of embattled BP joint venture says it's not selling (11/14/2006)
  • Russia should face EU sanctions over trade embargo: Polish PM (11/14/2006)
  • Where there's a will, there's no headache (11/14/2006)
  • Immigrants send billions abroad each year. Now, banks want a piece of the action. (11/14/2006)
  • l-Zamil Group and Chemtura (CEM) Announces Joint Venture for Manufacturing Facility (11/13/2006)
  • Consolidated Biofuels Assumes Lead Position in Regional Joint Venture with International Bio Fuels Corp. (11/13/2006)
  • Illegal Immigrant Criminals Fall Through Cracks (11/12/2006)
  • Local Holiday Inn Express manager in jail on immigration charges; husband fights for her return (11/12/2006)
  • Tulsa County judge grants divorce to same-sex couple (11/12/2006)
  • School district eyes adding more language-immersion programs (11/10/2006)
  • Amendment shouldn't allow divorce in state (11/10/2006)
  • Avoiding Problems With Your Case - Part 2 (11/10/2006)
  • Court quashes not guilty verdict in Klebnikov murder case (11/09/2006)
  • FORMER BORDER AGENTS SPEAK OUT ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION (11/09/2006)
  • Ukraine and Iceland will avoid double taxation (11/09/2006)
  • Hope Restored: Immigration Reform Back on Track (11/09/2006)
  • Notary says she falsified documents linked to slayings (11/09/2006)
  • Legal System Gives Boost To Chinese Asylum Seekers (11/07/2006)
  • False lawyers, advisers scam immigrants across N.C. (11/06/2006)
  • Sneaking ineligible dependents onto health coverage costs us all (11/06/2006)
  • Marriage amendment concerns Hmong community (11/06/2006)
  • Immigration debate prompts many to seek legal advice, but they run into dubious `notarios' and consultants (11/05/2006)
  • Travelers should prepare for passport requirement change (11/02/2006)
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