Filipino-American

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ATTY. FELIX VINLUAN

 

A New York Filipina woman has taken her employers to court claiming they enslaved her without pay and subjected her to almost 10 years of backbreaking labor and psychological abuse.

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MARK FARRALES

 

LOS ANGELES — A 31-year-old Filipino Harvard graduate and doctoral candidate at UC San Diego has been granted a one-year reprieve from his deportation to the Philippines, and has been released from a detention facility, where he was held for over a month.

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Gideon and Rica Tonog being interviewed by the Filipino Reporter at the law office of Abad, Constancio & Mallonga in New York on Dec. 20.

 

Exclusive to the Filipino Reporter

A Toms River, N.J. couple facing deportation is wishing for a Christmas miracle.

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Nestor Sulpico in a Filipino Reporter file photo.

 

An Ilonggo, who worked as a New York cab driver and was recognized in 2004 for returning $70,000 worth of black pearls left in his taxi, was recognized as one of New York’s heroes of the decade.

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     MICHELLE NYCE

 

TRENTON — Jonathan Nyce, the Hopewell Township research scientist convicted of beating his Filipino wife to death then staging her murder as a car accident in 2004, has been released from prison and says he’s written a book that will prove his innocence.

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