AlSolAlternativa Solidaria Chiapas A.C. (Mexico microfinance)
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at 208-10 (considering issue of removability for Alsol and Powell).
3d at 209-10 (reviewing Alsol and Powell's New York criminal drug possession convictions); see also New York Penal Law [section] 220.
3d at 208, 210 (indicating Alsol and Powell prosecuted only as criminal possession offenders and not recidivists).
3d at 209 (stating BIA designated Alsol aggravated felon subject to deportation).
at 209-10 (stating Alsol and Powell appealed to Second Circuit for review).
2009) (refusing aggravated felon status by virtue of recidivism unless alien admits or court convicts alien thereof); Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioner at *10-18, Alsol v.
AlSol follows the same group organizational principals as in the Grameen Bank, which emphasizes group formation and peer monitoring as fundamental ways to reduce risk associated with borrowers that have little or no collateral.
Like other micro credit programs, AlSol requires attendance at regular weekly meetings to collect payments, (7) provide technical assistance regarding loan performance, and incorporate or remove member(s).
Figure 1 shows a screenshot of the data set, making clear how AlSol tracks payments.
The first challenge encountered in the data is to note that AlSol does not track how far ahead or behind each borrower is at every given date.
Alsol provides loans both at the urban and rural level.
In the progressive loan scheme, AlSol provides six different loan levels as of July 2, 2001.