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No Statute of Limitations in Visa Law – A Distressing New Phenomenon with Tragic Consequences

Statutes of limitation apply in criminal law. They were put into place to prevent the prosecution of an alleged wrongdoing after a certain number of years has gone by (usually 5-7 years). There are many reasons for this: evidence goes … Continue reading

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