The Intercity-Express (written as InterCityExpress in Austria, Denmark, Switzerland and, formerly, in Germany) or ICE (German pronunciation: [iːtseːˈʔeː]) is a system of high-speed trains predominantly running in Germany and its surrounding countries. It is the highest service category offered by DB Fernverkehr and is the flagship of Deutsche Bahn. The brand name "ICE" is among the best-known in Germany, with a brand awareness close to 100%, according to DB.There are currently 259 trainsets in five different versions of the ICE vehicles in use, named ICE 1 (deployed in 1991), ICE 2 (1996), ICE T (1999), ICE 3 (1999) and ICE TD (2001–2003, back in service 2007).
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  • Know Your Rights as an Immigrant

    … Know Your Rights as an Immigrant As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have been watching with increased alarm as reports of widespread immigration raids continue to filter in. If you are an undocumented immigrant, a visa holder, or a green card holder, I would recommend that you keep the following in mind: If you have a visa holder, or a lawful…

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  • Failure to Clean Your Car Of Snow Could Cost You.

    … Whether you are dreaming of a White Christmas or not do not forget to clean your car windows of snow and ice this winter. Not only is it a smart idea for safety purposes but it is also the law in Pennsylvania. Title 75 § 4524. Windshield obstructions and wipers, states: (a) Obstruction on front windshield.–No person shall drive any motor…

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  • Bond Hearings in Immigration Court

    … crime > Bond Hearings in Immigration Court As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have represented numerous clients who have been detained by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). Being detained by U.S. immigration officers is a frightening experience for anyone. For these detained individuals, getting out of the detention facility…

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 12 readers -
  • The Other Crisis

    … troubled Latin American countries. These countries consist of what is known as the “Northern Triangle” region of Central America: El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. According to the Council for Foreign Relations, nearly 10% of the residents of the Northern Triangle countries have left for the United States. In 2013 alone, some 2.7 million people born…

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