The numbers are in on the most read articles in Janaury:
Also very popular was:
- The Year Ahead: What 2002 will Bring for Immigration by Gary Endelman
- Importance of Maintaining Status after September 11 (Part I) by Angelo A. Paparelli
- Importance of Maintaining Status after September 11 (Part II) by Angelo A. Paparelli
- Enriched or Entangled? - Opportunities and Risks In Hiring Foreign Workers (Part I) by Angelo A. Paparelli and Ira J. Burkemper
- Never Say "i" (Unless You Must): Employment-Based Options for Adjustment of Status that Avoid INA § 245(i) by Angelo A. Paparelli and John C. Valdez
The INS Report on Legal Immigration in FY2000
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ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
September 11 Ushers in a New Era in Immigration Law and Practice
In the first of a two part series Angelo A. Paparelli and John C. Valdez explore how the September 11 Attacks have changed the field of immigration law.
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No EAJA Fees from INS
In Perez-Arellano, No. 00-35553 (9th Cir. Feb. 1, 2002), the court held that Petitioner was not entitled to attorney's fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) because the INS approved his naturalization application while the court case was in abeyance rather than as the result of a judicial decree.
TPS for Angola Extended
The INS has extended until March 29, 2003, the designation of Angola under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program and set forth procedures necessary for nationals of Angola (or aliens having no nationality who last habitually resided in Angola) with TPS to re-register for the additional 12-month period.
Immigration in the Press
Immigration Board Changes Proposed
The Washington Post reports that the Bush administration wants to reduce the number of judges hearing immigration appeals and speed up resolution of cases, including 55,000 currently pending.
NPR Special Report: Strangers at the Gates
In a six-part series, National Public Radio examines changes in immigration policy since the September 11 terrorist attacks. [Thanks to Carl R. Baldwin for bringing this our attention].
ILW.COM Chats and Discussions of the Day
Chat with Kevin Dixler
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This Day in Immigration
From February 2, 2001
"Legislation Denying Citizenship To American-Born Children of Illegal Aliens
Rep. Stump introduced and commented on H.R. 190, legislation to deny citizenship to the American-born children of illegal aliens."
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TRAINING ON REPRESENTING IMMIGRANT CHILDREN AND CHALLENGING UNLAWFUL ARRESTS
Representing Immigrant Children and Challenging Unlawful Arrests, El Paso, Texas-Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, February 20-22, 2002. Sponsored by the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of Texas, and the University of Texas, El Paso, Center for Law and Border Studies. Register early and save money. $200 for full three day conference if registration is received by January 30, 2002.
To register by phone or for more information, contact the University of Texas, El Paso, Center for Law and Border Studies: Phone(915)747-8866 Fax: (915) 747-5538. The full conference agenda and registration information available on-line at: www.utep.edu/law/pages/immigrant.html. Texas and New Mexico CLE for attorneys available 0.6 CEU credits for social workers and counselors. Limited scholarship money available. For more information on scholarships, contact Sofia Munoz at the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights: email@example.com, (915) 532-3370. Of particular importance post 9/11, this conference will address the issues related to immigration stops, arrests, suppression and detention, with the focus on children. For additional information: In El Paso, UTEP: 915-747-8866 Sofia Munoz, Lawyers Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org (915) 532-3370. In Dallas: Natalia Walter email@example.com, (214)559-4130.
2002 NORTHWEST REGIONAL IMMIGRATION CONFERENCE
Immigration...The Times They Are A Changin' February 28, March 1 2002, SeaTac DoubleTree Hotel, 18740 Pacific Hwy. So., Seattle. This year's expanded seminar has been revamped to maximize information sharing with government speakers and experienced practitioners. More government speakers, larger facilities, and exciting new roundtable discussions will educate and challenge attendees of all experience levels. Attendees new to immigration will receive a comprehensive, practical and clear overview in virtually all areas of immigration law. Advanced attendees will learn how to incorporate the new laws and procedures into their daily practice. In addition, all attendees will learn to resolve complex matters so unique that they cannot be researched in traditional periodicals. To Register or view the full program brochure click here. For questions or more information call Denise at: (206) 340-2578.
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