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Recently, the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers (MAMLEO) expressed their support for bodycameras and other police departments in the Commonwealth are taking steps to adopt them.
The NAACP applauds the leadership of Commissioner Evans and Mayor Walsh, as we have been urging the City of Boston to lead on this issue.
In his remarks, Obama expressed that all of the countries have a “shared responsibility” when it comes to dealing with the violence in Central American countries and the impact it can have on children.
The concept of “shared responsibility” was also expressed by Asylum and International Operations Associate Director Joseph Langlois after the CAM program was established with USCIS.
Within USRAP, the role of USCIS was established in how individual interviews will be conducted with the people seeking refugee status, as well as the interviews with the applicant’s family to determine credibility.
Although Vice President Biden announced the CAM program publicly on November 12, 2014, USCIS did not begin accepting applications until December 2014.
The Central American Minors Program (CAM) is an American immigration policy established by the Obama administration on November 2014.
The program allows lawfully present parents in the United States the opportunity to request a refugee or parole status for their children who reside in the Northern Triangle: El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
He expressed that the both USCIS and the State Department have a role in ensuring the success of the program.