In the initial implementation of CAM, the system will be used to document investigations conducted by staff and contracted partners of the Office of Adult Abuse Prevention and Investigation (OAAPI), Aging and People with Physical Disabilities, and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services.
Our aim is to give you a warm welcome and an excellent opportunity to learn English in a caring, community atmosphere.
Our courses, from Beginner to Advanced level, are run throughout the year for adults with a minimum age of 18.
Accordingly, USCIS will no longer automatically consider parole requests from individuals in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras denied refugee status under the CAM Parole program.
The Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee program provides certain qualified children who are nationals of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, as well as certain family members of those children, an opportunity to apply for refugee status and possible resettlement in the United States.
Students from more than 90 different countries have studied with us and there is usually a good mix of nationalities in the school.
The School was founded in 1996 by a group of Christians in Cambridge.
The Centralized Abuse Management (CAM) system will be a comprehensive web-based system for the documentation of abuse reports and investigations.
CAM will improve and standardize DHS and OHA abuse reports across multiple populations, replace manual processes and outdated, disparate systems to provide better protection to vulnerable Oregonians.
Only certain parents who are lawfully present in the United States are eligible to be qualifying parents and request access to the program for their children.
Each qualified child must be unmarried, under the age of 21, and a national of El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras.
This lack of standardization makes interfaces between systems next to impossible.