SIJS

AcronymDefinition
SIJSSpecial Immigrant Juvenile Status (federal law)
SIJSSchechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Inc (Jerusalem)
SIJSSingapore International Jewellery Show (est. 2004)
SIJSSouth India Jewellery Show (trade show)
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(388) Allowing the one-parent SIJS cases to qualify not only has great
SIJS is available to children declared by a state court to be unable to reunify with one or both parents "due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or a similar basis found under State law." (37) The state court must also find that it is not in the child's best interest to return to his or her home country.
SIJ has been implicated as the primary source of pain in 10% to 25% of the patients with LBP (77, 78).
relinquishing parental rights so that their children could become SIJs,
Patients with sarcoidosis should be questioned in terms of inflammatory backpain and should be assessed with SIJs imaging and/or MRI.
The case, involving a then-10-year-old girl from Honduras who fled an abusive home in a violence-scarred country, makes clear that immigrant children who have been abandoned, neglected or abused by one parent -- rather than by both parents -- are eligible for SIJS, which affords them greater protections and the opportunity to legalize their status in the United States.
van der Sijs, H., Aarts, J., van Gelder, T., Berg, M., & Vulto, A.
be provided immigration counsel to obtain SIJS relief.
The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) has been implicated as the primary source of pain in over 10% of cases with suspected SIJ pathologies requiring controlled comparative local anesthetic blocks based on criteria developed by the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP).
Nicoline van der Sijs, Professor of Historical Linguistics.
Esas dos comunidades y otras muchas mas--cristianos, sijs, jainies, budistas y zoroastrianos, entre otros--se encontraban mezcladas en muchas zonas y, aunque millones de personas tuvieron que abandonar sus hogares, en la India conviven 900 millones de hindues con 300 millones de fieles de otras religiones, de los que unos 170 millones son musulmanes.