Foreign Army recruits streamline cert. Bidding in the discharge combination



By Grace Dixon (Nov. 24, 2021, 5:02 p.m. EST) – A cohort of foreign-born military recruits has renewed their application for class certification in their suits, claiming the US military fired them without warning, dropping two subclasses that separated soldiers based on the reason for their dismissal.

The proposed class of non-citizens who enlisted under the Vital National Interest Military Membership Program, which offers participants an expedited path to citizenship in return for military service, said in federal court on Monday. DC that because the foreign-born recruits shared global questions about how the military handled the dumps when the program was discontinued, the different reasons given for the individual dumps were irrelevant …

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