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Montevideo Travestis 21 años Montevideo Travestis 43 años 7. Montevideo Travestis 24 años. Montevideo Travestis 43 años 4. By learning from the example of their honorable service, our nation has graciously welcomed immigrants from every corner of this earth and come to assign a high value to their aptitude for military service. This is not a new phenomenon. According to a wonderful legend, Kosciusko presented himself before a tired General Washington, who was not quite sure what to do with another foreign volunteer lacking English skills.
The response was simple and profound. Kosciusko served with distinction throughout the Revolutionary War making significant contributions to the successful American retreat from the battle of Ticonderoga and victory at Saratoga in He later became a naturalized American and was promoted to Brigadier General by Congress. One of the founding fathers of our Navy, Admiral David Farragut, was the son of Jordi Farragut Mesquida, a Spanish—Catalan merchant captain from Minorca, who had joined the American Revolutionary cause and was a cavalry officer in the Tennessee militia.
By the s, almost half of all U. At the battle of the Alamo, 28 men, hailing from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Germany and Denmark, lost their lives on a barren Texas battlefield, thousands of miles from their European homelands.
They crossed a line in the sand that day and chose to fight and die for their adopted land and independent rights. Today, their memory lives on, and has come to represent the strength of character and fighting spirit that defines our American identity.
During the Civil War, non-citizens constituted as much as 20 percent of the 1. Three hundred sixty-nine immigrant soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for their heroism in the Union cause, including Captain William Joyce Sewell of Ireland, who would later go on to become Senator Sewell of New Jersey, and was elected to two terms in office by his peers.
Through their military service, immigrants gain valuable insight into the purest forms of our democracy and learn an appreciation for the truly American values that allow any man, regardless of social class or family pedigree, to achieve whatever heights he sets for himself. Immigrant service members experience first hand that the same standards applying to combat, those of tenacity, grit and toughness, are transferable to the pursuit of prosperity and success in the civilian world as well.
This concept of the American Dream is alive and well today within the U. Record numbers of lawful permanent residents continue to enlist, spurred on by the promise of expedited citizenship, a desire to earn their place in their new communities and the prospect of a secure, stable and well compensated military career. One hero who followed this distinctly American path was born in a Balkan village called Prolog, now in western Bosnia. Peter Tomich was twenty years old when he came here in , with nothing but opportunity in his pocket.
At the age of 48, he had 22 years of Naval experience, having served longer than many of the senior officers he served under. The Navy was his life, and Chief Wartertender Tomich forged his own American identity in the literal melting pot of the engine boiler rooms aboard the steam- propelled dreadnoughts of the Pacific Fleet.
Just before 8 a. Below deck, in the engineering plant, water rushed towards the huge boilers. Tomich, ever mindful of his crew, ran in to warn them of the danger and relayed the order to evacuate. Knowing that the boilers would explode if not properly secured, he ignored his own evacuation order and set himself to the job that had to be done.
As the crewman began up the ladders and headed for daylight above, they turned one last time to watch their Chief. He calmly moved from valve to valve, setting the gauges, releasing steam pressure, stabilizing and securing the huge boilers that otherwise would have turned the entire ship into a massive inferno. His time for escape had run out.
But before the ship rolled over, he completed his mission and prevented an explosion that would have killed hundreds of men trying to swim to safety. Felix Sosa-Camejo followed a similar path.
On February 13, , in the heat of the Tet Offensive on the streets of Hue, his platoon was pinned down by enemy fire and unable to reach a wounded comrade. With disregard for his safety, Captain Sosa-Camejo ran through the intense enemy fire and pulled the wounded man to safety. Fast forward to Iraq. A platoon scout assigned to perimeter security, year-old Marine Sergeant Rafael Peralta of Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division volunteered to go door to door through the streets of Fallujah with an assault team.
Peralta was born in Mexico, joined the Marines the day after he became a lawful permanent resident and earned his citizenship while on active duty.
He was serving his first tour in Iraq on that day in November, when he led a stack of six Marines through a suspected terrorist hide out. In the ensuing fire-fight, Sergeant Peralta was shot in the face and chest as he burst into a closed room and fell into the line of fire. When four Marines maneuvered into the room where he lay wounded, one of the terrorists tossed a grenade landing close to Peralta. In his final moments, he pulled the grenade close to him, smothered its blast with his body, and saved the lives of his fellow Marines.
Their heroic actions are testimony to the profound patriotism of those immigrants who chose to serve, and die, for our great Nation. By fighting to defend the Constitution, immigrant service members gain an added respect for the enduring civic principles it guarantees: Assimilation, or the patriotic integration of immigrants into the civic fabric of our nation, is one of the most complex challenges we face as a nation and also represents one of our most essential objectives.
Citizenship is not a simple benefit. The Certificate of Naturalization is not a hand out. American Citizenship is an invaluable distinction and privilege that involves much more than stamped paperwork and a printed certificate. Rather, Citizenship is an identity that must be cultivated and nurtured by the individual.
It is a life-long journey that begins with the first step an immigrant takes on American soil and ends with their last breath. It is quickly understood that those immigrants who volunteer to serve in our armed forces are more easily integrated into our Nation, foster a greater attachment to our national and political institutions, and are transformed into committed and loyal Americans who voluntarily accept the obligations and responsibilities of citizenship.
Before turning to what we at USCIS are doing in the area of military naturalization, it may be useful briefly to summarize our current authorities. Congress recently clarified, in section of title 10, U. Code, the eligibility of noncitizens to enlist for military service. Once in the military, there are a number of special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act INA for service members and veterans that modify the eligibility requirements for naturalization as a U.
The most relevant of these currently is section of the INA, which authorizes the naturalization of any person who is honorably serving, or has honorably served during any period of armed conflict designated by the President without having previously to be a lawful permanent resident alien or to satisfy any requirements relating to period of residence or physical presence in the United States in particular, the general requirement otherwise in the INA that a person has to have been a lawful permanent resident for five years before being eligible for naturalization.
By Executive Order on July 2, , President Bush designated the period beginning on September 11, and continuing until further notice as such a period of armed conflict for the purposes of INA section In November , Congress provided us with some additional useful military naturalization authorities, in particular, the authority to naturalize service members outside the United States.
Additionally, the statute provided for the waiver of processing fees for military naturalization. Under the direction of the President, USCIS is taking steps to ensure that the application process for immigrant service members is convenient, quick and secure. In order to expedite processing, we established a specialized unit at our Nebraska Service Center where all up-front processing on military naturalization takes place.
Many consider this responsibility a privilege and an honor, and do all that they can to ensure that applications are processed and completed, in as many cases as possible, before these brave men and women are deployed to combat zones overseas.
In all of our military naturalization efforts, we work very closely with our Department of Defense counterparts. The most recent improvement to the military naturalization process became effective May 1, Under this improved process, military members applying for naturalization may sign a Privacy Act Statement and Release Authorization Form, explicitly consenting to the use of the fingerprints provided at time of enlistment for immigration benefits purposes, rather than having to appear at one of our Application Support Centers post-deployment to provide a new set of fingerprints.
Furthermore, if we are aware of an impending deployment, we expedite FBI name checks for soldiers. This new procedure applies to all non-citizen members of the U.
Armed Forces seeking naturalization and eliminates a significant obstacle that previously delayed some military naturalization cases. I do not possess the ability to comprehend the suffering of losing a spouse, child or parent to war, nor the eloquence to accurately describe the emotion I feel when signing a posthumous naturalization certificate.
When I put pen to paper, the reality hits me that they are no longer with us because they have made the ultimate sacrifice for this nation. The experience leaves me without words. As a veteran, a husband, a parent and the Director of USCIS, I am proud and extremely honored to serve this agency in supporting our military men and women and their families.
As such, I am committed to exhausting every effort to ensure that all military naturalization applications are processed expeditiously so that service members receive this honor on behalf of a grateful nation.
Many of these brave men and women had recently returned from service in Iraq, and had re-enlisted for a second tour. In fact, soldiers from almost two dozens different countries took the oath of allegiance to become US citizens at July 4th ceremonies in Afghanistan and Iraq. USCIS also actively engages in conducting outreach to military personnel interested and eligible in becoming citizens. At the national level, USCIS is launching an extensive public outreach effort targeting servicemen and women who may be eligible to naturalize.
The efforts include local outreach initiatives, the development and dissemination of educational materials, a USCIS military brochure and media efforts designed to reach this constituency both in the United States and overseas. General John Shalikashvili, Chairman from to , was an immigrant from Poland, born of Georgian parents. America gave these men, and their families, home and hope and they reciprocated with distinguished service, exceptional leadership and boundless patriotism.
Their success proves that our Nation is a land of unlimited opportunity, and their loyalty and valor prove that immigrants deserve every opportunity to contribute to our national defense. It is the promise of equality and the hope for a better future that has encouraged immigrants over the years to enlist in our armed forces. The prospect of gaining citizenship has increased these ranks of brave men and women. But it is the life-long commitment to Duty, Honor and Country that has shaped the will of men to lay down life and limb, and sacrifice for their adopted country and comrades in arms.
These are qualities that can only be gained through military service. Thank you for the opportunity to be here today to testify about this important subject. This concludes my prepared statement, and I would be pleased to take any questions you may have at this time. California Senator Kevin De Leon says the federal government will not win the suit against sanctuary city; this is possible only if the judge is a judicial activist.
Democratic liberal senator or communist democrat? It can not be otherwise because the US Constitution gives sole and absolute jurisdiction to the federal government in controlling immigration and its laws.
This is how the US civil war began, due to the intransigent differences between free and slave states over the power of the national government to prohibit slavery in territories that had not yet been converted, in defiance of national federal laws. Hosting a fugitive refers to the crime of knowingly hiding a person sought [criminal] from the authorities. Federal [and state, which varies by state] laws govern the crime of harboring a fugitive. Are these state governors and others like some churches in contempt of federal law?
We taxpayers, American citizens, voters in the US elections, DO NOT elect our politicians to be activists and spend their time on the job, resources and our money in rebel activism. An example of these activists is Luis Gutiérrez- U.
We must have disciplinary rules for this type of behavior of these political activist instigators of civic — civil disturbances.
Today, as jurists, we analyze the role of sanctuary cities and the role of their state governors over federal law. Sanctuary city is a name given to a city in the United States that follows certain procedures that shelters illegal immigrants. These procedures can be by law de jure or they can be by action de facto. The term most commonly is used for cities that do not permit municipal funds or resources to be applied in furtherance of enforcement of federal immigration laws.
The element that the federal government must prove to establish a section offense is that a person [the defendant] actually harbored or concealed the fugitive. The courts have uniformly held that 18 U.
Silva , F. Whitman , F. Magness , F. The statute proscribes acts calculated to obstruct the efforts of the authorities to effect arrest of the fugitive, but it does not impose a duty on one who may be aware of the whereabouts of the fugitive, although having played no part in his flight, to reveal this information on pain of criminal prosecution. Harboring a fugitive refers to the crime of knowingly hiding a wanted person [criminal] from the authorities.
Federal and state laws, which vary by state, govern the crime of harboring a fugitive. Although supplying funds may make one an accessory after the fact, supplying financial assistance to a fugitive does not rise to the level of harboring or concealing. The federal statute, 18 U. Los estados, como California, NO pueden hacer lo que quieren contrario a las leyes federales, como es una ciudad santuario.
Así fue como comenzó la guerra civil de EE. La ley prohíbe los actos que obstaculizan los esfuerzos de las autoridades para efectuar la detención del fugitivo, pero no impone un deber a quien pueda estar consciente del paradero del fugitivo, aunque no haya participado en su huida por revelar esta información sobre la pena de persecución penal.
Acoger a un fugitivo se refiere al delito de ocultar conscientemente a una persona buscada [criminal] de las autoridades. Nosotros los contribuyentes pagadores de impuestos, ciudadanos norteamericanos, votantes en las elecciones, NO elegimos a nuestros políticos para que sean activistas y gasten su tiempo de trabajo, recursos y nuestro dinero en activismo rebelde.
Ejemplo de estos activistas es Luis Gutiérrez- U. Representative, quien no tienen ninguna tarea ni responsabilidad mas importante para él en su agenda que salir a protestar en manifestaciones para que sea arrestado por la policía, constantemente y demostrando total disregard y total falta de respeto a las reglas de ética y honorabilidad que debe desplegar TODO los políticos electos, respetando a las leyes actuales- su plataforma para abogar y cambiar leyes las cuales él considere violaciones a los derechos y o violaciones constitucionales es una plataforma en la sala del U.
Congreso en su capacidad de Representante. Debemos tener reglas disciplinarias para este tipo de comportamiento de estos políticos activistas instigadores de disturbios cívicos civiles. Es un intento metódico independiente para estudiar y comprender nuestra propia personalidad, emociones y comportamiento.
Hoy, en calidad de juristas analizamos el papel de las ciudades santuarios y el papel de sus gobernantes estatales respecto a la ley federal. La ciudad del santuario es un nombre dado a una ciudad en los Estados Unidos que sigue ciertos procedimientos que abrigan a inmigrantes ilegales. Estos procedimientos pueden ser por ley de jure o pueden ser por acción de facto. Normalmente, estas ciudades no permiten que los empleados de la policía o de los municipios investiguen sobre el estatus migratorio.
El elemento que el gobierno federal debe demostrar para establecer una ofensa de la sección es que una persona [el demandado] realmente albergó u ocultó al fugitivo. Los tribunales han sostenido uniformemente que el estatuto federal- 18 U. Aunque el suministro de fondos puede convertir a un tercero en un accesorio después del hecho, el suministro de asistencia financiera a un fugitivo no llega al nivel de albergar u ocultar.
La ley federal, 18 U. Mi crítica es una constructiva. Desde mi maestría en la Universidad de Miami , soy estudioso del derecho y legislación migratoria federal de E. Primera falla es la falta de fundamentos jurídicos.
En primer lugar en la Constitución de E. Pero en general dichos activistas han sido y siguen siendo inaptos para la labor que realmente es necesaria, la cual es totalmente legislativa y judicial. No hacer actos de violencia, no hacer gestiones ilegales, ni declaraciones ofensivas y no hacer actos contraproducentes con los ciudadanos de E. Esta es la gran falacia de TODOS estos medios antes mencionados quienes se auto identifican como medios pro inmigrantes.
Los inmigrantes documentados son aquellos que entraron a los Estados Unidos con una visa de inmigrante o solicitaron asilo, ajustaron el estatus a un residente permanente legal después de un legítimo proceso de petición de legalización, una visa permanente o similar, ya sea a través de una relación familiar, trabajo, asilo y o cualquier otra forma de amnistía o petición humanitaria. En total han sido y siguen siendo malos representantes de la comunidad de inmigrantes indocumentados.
LAW, desde su fundación en el mes de noviembre año y, yo personalmente, nos hemos dedicado a reintegrar al profesional abogados extranjeros dentro de EE. Cuando comenzamos nuestros servicios en el año solo existían 6 Estados en EE. Es simple, si todas las agencias de protección al inmigrante en EE. Incluyendo a cabilderos contratados para esta causa y para persuadir a los legisladores apoyar la causa, pero es necesario pagarles para ganar el favor de los políticos.
Esta es la verdadera accion que se requiere tomar y parar la hipocresía de todos los antes mencionados que solo hablan y hacen ruido mientras viven ampiamente y cómodamente. My criticism is a constructive one. Since that date and for 23 years I have been writing in favor of legal migration. Today I reaffirm my multiple statements here saying that our migrant communities, activists and other organizations have failed and continue to fail mainly because of their retrograde policies; partisans of , ideas, attitudes, incorrect, own and exclusively of past times, and, are enemies of changes and innovations.
First fault is the lack of legal grounds. But in general these activists have been and remain unfit for the work that is really necessary, which is totally legislative and judicial. Second, the mass media MCM, mass media ; and other media, such as the Internet which are not massive but interpersonal are constantly an evolving instruments, and as we see it today, in the majority, are only spending their time in discrediting the U. But the most important and constructive work for undocumented immigrants they do not do it, they do not promote it, and they do not seek to form any of these such aforementioned activists.
That is, to make legislative and judicial changes, but the most important is to educate the public and, above all, to educate undocumented immigrant communities. Not to do acts of violence, not to make efforts, nor statements and not to do counterproductive acts or offensive to U.
All of the aforementioned means must have the obligation to educate undocumented immigrants with the truth, not to inject hatred against established laws, to promote respect, instilling that from the moment they enter a place and a country, without authorization and without The approval and without the required permit, from this moment already are violating the laws and therefore already they are illegal, already undocumented.
No one, no law, authorities, and elected officials, none are against legal and documented immigration. This is the great fallacy of ALL of the aforementioned media who identify themselves as pro migrant media.
Documented immigrants are those who entered the United States with an immigrant visa or have petition for asylum, adjusted status to a lawful permanent resident after a legitimate process of petition for legalization, a permanent visa or similar, either via family relationship, labor, asylum and or any other form of amnesty or humanitarian petition. Undocumented immigrants are those who entered the U.
In all, they have been and still are bad representatives of the undocumented immigrant community. Today Sunday I decided to respond to several emails and comments received — as they always are — some with fundament and other lack of fundament — also some disrespectful. LAW, since its foundation in November and, personally, we have dedicated ourselves to the task of reintegrating foreign lawyers within the United States into the labor market with education and certification programs, thus enabling these Foreign lawyers the opportunity to practice law.
When we began our services in there were only 6 States in the US, which had already implemented a similar rule of reciprocity to facilitate the admission of foreign lawyers to the limited practice of law — And with only a few distance studies.
Today there are 33 states, the most recent being the State of Louisiana, which in , the Supreme Court of the State answered positively to me several requests to implement the before said rule of admission which was already approved.
In these 23 years, since we have managed to reincorporate the practice of advocacy and paralegal to more than three thousand foreign lawyers in the United States. All this required, besides effort and perseverance, also funds, money to pay expenses and fees. All of which we achieve by allocating a percentage of the fees for our services, for the necessary funds and, in addition, making collections and external events to obtain more funds.
What is the moral, lesson or teaching that is drawn from this story? It is simple if all immigrant protection agencies in the US, social programs, churches [today are more than a hundred], entrepreneurs who require cheap immigrant labor, and also undocumented immigrants themselves, will dedicate Efforts and time to raise funds and fundraising campaigns including so-called activists, artists and personalities who are openly expressing the struggle and support of undocumented immigrants, then all immigrants could have legal representation, court advocates, bail bonds, Achieve true successes with permanent positive actions.
Including lobbyists hired for this cause and to persuade lawmakers to support the cause, but it is necessary to pay them to win the favor of politicians. This is the true action that is required to take and- leave aside the hypocrisy of all the aforementioned who only speak and make noise while living widely and comfortably. Ejemplos como el de Las Damas de Blanco y otros como el grupo de disidentes pacíficos, encabezados por el Sr.
Celebrado entre el 20 de noviembre de y 1 octubre de No se incluyeron Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, y Joseph Goebbels, todos los cuales se habían suicidado en la primavera de , mucho antes de que se firmó el acta de acusación.
Reinhard Heydrich no se incluyó, porque había sido asesinado en El comunismo criminal y opresor sigue echando raíces en las Américas con los Ortegas, Maduros, y otros cómplices como son Correa y Morales. Nosotros, la directiva de N. Adicionalmente, presentamos una invitación general para el próximo simposio.
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Un buen agente representante puede obtener ofertas que nunca habrían llegado por su cuenta. En este caso, el representante agente debe estar bien conectado, o puede ser mejor pagar un salario a un gerente de artistas. El Departamento de Negocios y Reglamentación Profesional en la Florida es responsable de licenciar y regular a representantes de agentes de artistas y talentos. La Oficina de Ingresos y Licencias Centrales del Departamento procesa las solicitudes de licencias y remite las solicitudes complejas a la oficina de licencias de las agencias de talento para su revisión final.
Si te atrae a esta industria, conseguir una educación adaptada a las necesidades de esta industria es tu primer paso. Desde el audio en un estudio de grabación, hasta la creación de escenarios para eventos en vivo, o incluso la gestión de artistas y bandas, la industria del entretenimiento tiene una amplia gama de funciones para los profesionales creativos. Incluyendo costo gestión para admisión a la Agencia Estatal Administrativa. Igualmente, certificado por el Departamento de Educación Superior de Florida.
Este curso va dirigido a abogados y paralegales quienes deseen incursionar en el conocimiento del derecho marítimo y que en el futuro proyecten ejercer esta materia del derecho. Esta introducción al derecho marítimo, institución jurídica general con bases en acuerdos entre Estados que han buscado unificar sus normas y procedimientos para facilitar el comercio internacional en un ambiente seguro y limpio. Autoridad para ejercer abogados extranjeros certificados F.
Incluyendo costo gestión para admisión a la Agencia Federal Administrativa. Luego el estudiante puede tomar hasta un trimestre [90 días] para completar la fase a distancia para ver videos y presentar los ensayos académicos requeridos. Thomas puedes lograrlo y presentar el examen de admisión en solo un 1 año. El quinto paso es, una vez aprobada su admisión en la Universidad para el programa especial de revalida a la practica de la abogacía, entonces recibir las instrucciones de estudios, materias a estudiar, horarios y fechas que le van a corresponden segun su necesidad.
Este costo no incluye gastos de alojamiento, comidas, transporte si los necesita. La Universidad tiene financiamiento estudiantil disponible para los abogados extranjeros que lo necesiten y apliquen. No dejes pasar esta oportunidad tan lucrativa de ejercer la abogacía, antes de que las reglas puedan cambiar. Test of English as Foreign Language. The essential exam for entry to universities in theUnited States. Get a high score and win an iPod!
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This cost does not include accommodation, meals, transportation. Do not miss this opportunity so lucrative to practice law, before the rules can change. Proudly powered by WordPress. A hora por primera vez el tema futuro de Venezuela. Comenzando el día 24 al 26 de Agosto, Añadimos, el mecanismo que nos permite presentar querellas por violación de los derechos humanos ante la Organización de Naciones Unidas.
La transición del marxismo a la democracia en Cuba y Venezuela suscita una serie de cuestiones legales y constitucionales. Primero- Compensación por las nacionalizaciones. De hecho el dominio eminente o derecho de expropiación, por definición implica el pago en dinero, no en especie. Desde un punto de vista estrictamente legal, bajo la Constitución Cubana de y en algunas leyes posteriores a , el Estado debe pagar compensación por los bienes que expropia. El derecho internacional exige que los Estados paguen una indemnización por la nacionalización de propiedades de ciudadanos extranjeros, lo que no fue el caso en Cuba.
El gobierno revolucionario de Fidel Castro llegó a emitir bonos a pagar por indemnizaciones. En cuanto a la tasación: Ver detalles entrando por el siguiente enlace: Crímenes contra derechos humanos. Tiroteos- no solo con balas de goma. Inanición- privando de alimentos, y medicinas. Nosotros tenemos la experiencia requerida debido al éxito en una demanda presentada contra Fidel Castro y todo el partido comunista cubano en el año después empañada por políticos y activismo judicial.
El tema final en este simposio Primer Año de canalización investigativa: Cubana Demócrata Cristiana Ubicación: Inauguración — Junio 17, Delitos del Régimen………… II. Para ver detalles del contenido en cada uno de los temas- favor haz clic entrando por el siguiente enlace: Demanda ganada en la cantidad de 11 mil millones de Dolares. This will be held in the city of Sebring, Florida with the participation of illustrious personalities of the Cuban American politics and Venezuela.
The transition from Marxism to democracy in Cuba and Venezuela raises a series of legal and constitutional issues. As is almost always the case, particularly when it comes to matters of rules of conduct and compensation, the answers are loaded with political and economic considerations and what is good for one is bad for another. Each of the issues that will be examined in this Symposium can be isolated for future research and analysis purposes.
What will be examined here will be eminent domain, privatization, and compensation for government nationalizations. First- Compensation for nationalizations. Although many observers argue that the only fair rate of compensation is in kind, this is a misconception from a legal point of view. Nowhere is it written that compensation must be in kind.
In fact, eminent domain or expropriation right, by definition, implies payment in money, not in kind. In Cuba two questions will be confronted: From a strictly legal point of view, under the Cuban Constitution of and in some laws after , the State must pay compensation for the property that it expropriates.
International law requires that States pay compensation for the nationalization of property of foreign citizens, which was not the case in Cuba. The revolutionary government of Fidel Castro even issued bonds to pay compensation. The way to compensate, including appraisal plans and sources of funds will present a series of legal problems. As for the appraisal: Will the net amount recovered from income deductions in the United States or another country be subtracted from the compensation?
Will the payment be made in money or in bonds? If it is in bonds, at what interest? Will the interest be calculated from the time it was nationalized? If so, what will be the interest rate?
The three percent real plus the rate of inflation in the United States? Will the bonds issued by the revolutionary government of Fidel Castro be recognized? Another problem will be: Constitutional and organizational issues B.
Compensation for nationalizations C. Legislation subsidizing higher education I. The role of economists in policy making J.
The privatization of the administration of justice in civil and administrative matters K. The new constitution Conclusion the political aspect of the Cuban reality: These figures do not include war dead. The countries and their governments are sorted by number of dead....