By Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.)
M-623 (Rev. 03/09. those flash playing cards can assist immigrants know about U.S. historical past and govt whereas getting ready for the hot naturalization attempt. those flash playing cards can be utilized in the school room as a tutorial instrument for citizenship coaching. 104 playing cards revealed on either side, bought as a collection. writer Homeland safety Dept., usa Citizenship and Immigration provider, workplace of Citizenship - Year/pages 2009: field of 104 playing cards; ailing. - English
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If, after having exited third party controlled street prostitution, migrant women decided to return to their countries of origin, there was materially no time to conduct an interview with them. Most of their days were occupied by police interrogation, medical checks and the arrangement of travel documents. Language often represented a barrier in conducting interviews since I needed to arrange for a translator from Russian, Romanian or Moldovian languages. The lack of time and the difficulty of communicating also made it hard to establish a relationship of trust with a number of women and thus limited the amount of in-depth interviews.
When, some weeks later, the respondent decided to leave Ukraine together with a female friend for Serbia, she phoned the taxi driver who then put them in contact with a woman running an agency. The woman explained about the type of work in the nightclub, handled their travelling arrangements and accompanied Oksana, her friend and a couple of other women to Novi Sad in Northern Serbia. After two weeks of work in the nightclub, the third party who managed Oksana’s work in the club suggested that she leave Serbia for sex work in Italy.
At the same time as Ana negotiated her departure to Italy she also arranged for a female friend of hers to leave too. Ana relied on an informal network comprised of friends or acquaintances to gain initial information about migrating abroad rather than being approached by a person unknown to her who then coerced her into migrating. The majority of respondents did not portray their initial contact with individual recruiters or agencies as abusive. Rather, in Oksana’s words, they are those who ‘help girls to find a job in a foreign country’.