are subject to arrest and deportation if they've been convicted of a felony.
Seven years ago, Hauerwas and Willimon stirred up the church in North America with their book Resident Aliens
The Contract With America even contains a provision that would make nearly all of the nation's 10 million legal resident aliens
ineligible for an array of federal programs.
In both Egypt and Babylon the homeless children of Israel discovered the bitter and vulnerable lot of resident aliens
citizens and resident aliens
include all remuneration for services performed as an employee for an employer, regardless of whether the services are performed in the United States.
It could perhaps apply to permanent resident aliens
or even naturalized citizens who are later found to have procured their respective status or citizenship through fraud.
Later, under intense fiscal pressure, the Legislature changed the rules to exclude from Commonwealth Care any resident aliens
not eligible for federal reimbursements under the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) said in a July 8 press release that it is suing the state of Massachusetts to overturn a law that "denies legal resident aliens
the licenses required to possess a handgun in the home for self-defense, or purchase any kind of firearm.
This Christian colony of resident aliens
does not view its responsibility as that of managing the world.
Approximately 60% of resident aliens
who were first-time students at public two-year colleges in 1999-2000 took at least one remedial course.
Many foreign nationals working in the United States may have a problem: They inadvertently could become resident aliens