Important Legal Decisions for USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canada Scoops
April 23, 2014 § Leave a comment
April 23, 2014, In reply to request for information re. US court decisions useful to refer to in understanding how to establish continuous residence for USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, see the following: 1. US District Court, D. Maine, Northern Division. Andrew Akins et al., Plaintiffs, v. William SAXBE et al., Defendants, (1974) and 2. Family Court of New York, Genesee County, In the Matter of the Adoption of Linda J.W., 179 Misc. 2d 96; 682 N.Y.S. 2d 565; 1998 N.Y.
Taking a legislative and federal agency, instead of a more combative- exhaustive legal, approach was successful for the 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops in achieving his USA Citizenship and, initially, recognition of TRC-Canada; the opinion of USCIS, that this legislative and agency approach was more successful and efficient than if the individual had taken a court room approach. The court room also would not have been as easily able to overlook the people and papers missing, and violations of federal law that legislators and agency were able to overlook because of their greater capacity to understand the particulars of genocide victims’ citizenship issues.