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AILA www.aila.org

The AILA logo and trademarks are property of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and their presence on this website in no way represents their endorsement of this site or office. AILA properties used on this site include:

aila_logo.jpg
ailamember_logo.jpg

stock.xchng www.sxc.hu

All stock.xchng photos appear under their SXU license and are named according to the format imagename.licensetype.imageowner.imagetype. Stock.xchng properties used on this site include:

contactus.sxu.zela.jpg
credits.sxu.pixelstar.jpg
disclaimer.sxu.brokenarts.jpg

flickr.com www.flickr.com

All flickr.com photos appear under their attribution license and are named according to the format imagename.flickr.imageowner.imagetype. Flickr properties used on this site include:

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photoXpress.com www.photoxpress.com

All photoXpress.com photos appear under their content agreement and are named according to the format imagename-photoexpress.imagetype. PhotoXpress properties used on this site include:

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openstockphotography.org www.openstockphotography.org

All other properties used are assumed to fall under a creative commons* license because they have not been attributed to any owner but are approved for personal and commercial use on openstockphotography (OSP), a searchable database for theWikimedia Commons repository of freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. OSP properties used on this site include:

404lost.jpg
border_control.jpg
gavelandbook.jpg
greencard.jpg
messageus.jpg
weservetheworld.gif

*Creative Commons is a charitable corporation that has created a set of open source licenses, which content owners and artists can apply to their intellectual property. These licenses define the spectrum of possibilities between full copyright, “all rights reserved” and the public domain, no rights reserved. These licenses help artists to keep their copyright while inviting certain uses of their work, a “some rights reserved” copyright.

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