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The U-visa program, first created in 2000, is open to undocumented immigrants who cooperate with law enforcement after witnessing or being victim to a violent crime.
CONGRESSIONAL DEMS SAY WOMEN IN ICE CUSTODY WHO BLEW WHISTLE ON GYNECOLOGIST SHOULD BE ABLE TO APPLY FOR SPECIAL VISASTEO ARMUSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Ocasio-Cortez cares most about advancing the activist cause, yet she also cares about getting the Democratic Party’s factions to cooperate — because that is the best way to advance the activist cause.
AOC ISN’T PICKING A FIGHT OVER IDEOLOGY. SHE’S STAGING AN INTERVENTION.MOLLY ROBERTSNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If it stayed connected, the children would keep typing — clickity-clack on their mechanical gaming keyboards — until their eyelids refuse to cooperate with their fingers.
MY KIDS ARE ON SCREENS MORE THAN EVER DURING THE PANDEMIC. HERE’S WHY I’M NOT PANICKING.JORDAN SHAPIRONOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Still, with the pressure on, our lawmakers need to cooperate to keep Bayh-Dole protections strong.
WHY WE SHOULDN’T GIVE UP ON BIPARTISANSHIP, EVEN NOWJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
Skarlatos's campaign, which has cooperated frequently with local media, didn't make him available for an interview or respond to questions about the campaign's strategy.
THE TRAILER: IS THIS THE FUTURE OF THE GOP?DAVID WEIGELOCTOBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
A vor is a highly respected figure in the criminal underworld that emerged from Stalin’s gulags, abiding by a set of rules and principles known as the thieves’ code, which strictly prohibits cooperating with the authorities.
THE MOBSTER WHO BROUGHT ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN TOGETHER … IN DEATHFIONA ZUBLINOCTOBER 9, 2020OZY
We proactively reached out and cooperated with the FBI early in this ongoing investigation.
MILITIA TIED TO PLOT TO KIDNAP GOV. WHITMER WAS REMOVED FROM FACEBOOK IN BOOGALOO PURGETAYLOR HATMAKEROCTOBER 8, 2020TECHCRUNCH
I think there’s Taliban who do want peace and are willing to cooperate with the government.
WHEN YOUR SAFETY BECOMES MY DANGER (EP. 432)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 24, 2020FREAKONOMICS
“He has cooperated with this investigation and he is fully aware of what the ramifications of a criminal prosecution would be for his exemplary career,” Barnett wrote.
SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MADE EXCUSES FOR CAPTAIN WHO PLEADED GUILTY TO ARMS DEALINGJESSE MARXSEPTEMBER 23, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It wasn’t immediately clear whether they are cooperating with prosecutors.
FOUR EX-EBAY EMPLOYEES TO ADMIT GUILT IN CYBERSTALKING PLOTVERNE KOPYTOFFSEPTEMBER 23, 2020FORTUNE

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