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If you simply compare naturalized and non-naturalized immigrants as most studies do, it is like comparing apples and oranges," said Hainmueller.
BEIRUT: State Security arrested a recently naturalized Lebanese national in Al-Marj, in the Western Bekaa for allegedly using his apartment to conduct illicit activities.
The Olympic Council of Asia, which oversees the Asian Games and most athletic meets in the region, is looking to disqualify Blatche, Norwood and Dillinger from playing for failing to satisfy a rule that requires all naturalized players to be residents of the country they will represent for the last three years.
However, California is also something of a hotspot for nonnative plants, with over 1,500 nonnative species naturalized, weedy in agricultural systems or invasive in natural areas (DiTomaso and Healy 2007).
Fiba, however, allows each country to field only one naturalized player in any of those competitions.
Buscaglia sentenced Fardat Vahdat, 23, who entered the country illegally about seven years ago, and Dominic Natarseh, 26, a naturalized citizen.
1) Most of the top-five countries of origin for naturalized citizens In 1960 were in --.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21,748 Massachusetts residents became naturalized last year.
His parents became naturalized citizens after he became an adult.
A record number of people were naturalized in the United States in 2008.
To be eligible for listing in the National Register of Big Trees, a species must be recognized as native or naturalized in the continental United States, including Alaska but not Hawaii.
The aging Posada is wanted in Venezuela, where he's a naturalized citizen, on charges that he plotted the deadly 1976 bombing of a Cuban jetliner from Caracas.