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Arrival-departure Card Also known as Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Record. The DHS, CBP official at the port-of-entry gives foreign visitors (all non-U.S. citizens) an Arrival-Departure Record, (a small white card) when they enter the U.S. Recorded on this card is the immigrant classification and the authorized period of stay in the U.S. This is either recorded as a date or the entry of D/S, meaning duration of status. It is important to keep this card safe because it shows the length of time you are permitted and authorized by the DHS to stay in the U.S. It is best kept stapled with your passport, kept in a safe place. The visitors return the I-94 card when they leave the country. The I-94W, Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival-Departure Record (green card) is for travelers on the Visa Waiver Program.
Asylee One of the six legal immigrant categories, an asylee is an alien either in the United States or applying to enter at a U.S. port of entry who is unable or unwilling to return to his or her country of nationality because of persecution, or because of a well-founded fear of persecution. If the alien does not have a nationality, the country of nationality is the last country in which she habitually resided. The persecution or fear thereof can be based on race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. After one year in the United States, asylees are admissible for permanent resident status. Although there is no limit on the number of people who may be granted asylum protection in any yeay, aslyee admissions for permanent residence are limited to 10,000 per fiscal year.
Adjudication The process of resolving a controversy between parties by litigating the legal and/or factual issues. The court hearing the matter usually pronounces a judgment based on the presented evidence.
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The proportion of judicially waived person offense cases decreased between 1985 and 1988 and then increased steadily through 1994, when 2.7% of such cases were waived. The proportion declined to its lowest level in 2001(1.4%), then increased through 2008 (1.9%).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Between 1985 and 2008, the proportion of property offense cases that were judicially waived decreased from 1.2% to 0.8%. Following a similar pattern, the proportion of judicially waived public order offense cases decreased from 0.7% to 0.3% during the same time period.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
The proportion of the waived caseload involving person offenses grew steadily between 1985 and 2008. In 1985, person offense cases accounted for one-third (33%) of the waived caseload; by 2008, person offense cases were 50% of the waived caseload.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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