"An apple a day keeps the doctor away". Good nutrition is important part of being healthy, but as every parent knows, their child also needs access to medications, get regular checkups and be hospitalized when ill. However, going to the doctor is not cheap and when faced with a medical emergency, the costs are overwhelming to the average Korean American family.
Two weeks after Social Security Administration (“SSA”) announced that it will not issue any no-match letters in 2007, on November 23, 2007, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) filed a motion to stay proceedings pending in the ongoing lawsuit challenging its final rule outlining procedures for employers who receive a no-match letter from the SSA. The motion states the government's intent to re-write its rule entitled "Safe Harbor Procedures for Employers Who Receive a No-Match Letter."
point of view: DREAM GIRL
An undocumented student urges America to judge her for her hard work and desire to contribute, not just her legal status. Legislation known as the "DREAM" Act could help her give back to her adopted country.
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KoreAm Journal December 2007 p.1, 26, 27