LPRSLow Power Radio Service
LPRSLow Power Radio Solutions (wireless communications; Witney, England, UK)
LPRSLicense Plate Recognition System (also seen as LPR)
LPRSLeipziger Public Relations Studenten (German: Leipzig Public Relations Student)
LPRSLancashire Parish Register Society (UK)
LPRSLoss of Power Second (data transfer)
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that will induce LPRs who were once F-visa students to eventually
Cyr, which construed a federal immigration statute in light of the Suspension Clause to permit habeas review for LPRs facing deportation due to past criminal convictions.
citizens and LPRs who "have lived in the United States for five years or longer if they register, pass a background check and pay taxes." (47) The DHS set out specific criteria to be eligible for DAPA: the individuals must have a child who is a U.S.
(83) Kestutis Zadvydas, an LPR born in a displaced persons camp in Germany to Lithuanian parents who immigrated with his family to the U.S.
citizen and lawful permanent resident (LPR) victims of human trafficking to obtain trauma-informed case management and referrals.
Similar to numerical preference relations, the consistency measure is also a difficult task while using LPRs in various MCDM problems [27].
Therefore, the WM could provide a significantly effective protection against corrosion, due to the corresponding higher LPR value.
To maintain the airflow during throttling, the control schedule of ACE is set as keeping LPRS constant.
(129) At the very least, LPRs should not be removed for committing crimes because, as this article argues below, this practice violates equal protection and is against public policy.
citizens and LPRs designed to prevent and deter marriage fraud.
In 1990, Congress changed the law to direct the Attorney General to release lawful permanent residents (LPRs) upon determining "that the alien is not a threat to the community and that the alien is likely to appear before any scheduled hearings." (30) Although the statutory text was silent on the issue, the Board read this provision to establish a presumption against the release of such a noncitizen, unless he rebutted this presumption by showing his eligibility for release.