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Deadline For Removal Seminar Is Tuesday, September 14th
Lory Rosenberg will lead the discussion for "The Three Rs: Removal, Relief
and Review" a 3-part telephonic seminar series. Removal is unique in
immigration law practice for the following reasons:
The deadline to register is Tuesday, September 14th. For more info,
detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/july2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/july2004.pdf.)
- Intellectually challenging area of immigration law
- The only major area of immigration law where immigration law firm
business increased in the last two years
- Opportunity to make a significant difference in a human life and a
Attorney's Duty To Advise Criminal Defendant Of Immigration Consequences
Cyrus Mehta writes "It so often happens that a non-citizen who is charged with a crime pleads guilty to a lesser charge in order to minimize jail time."
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USCIS Says Legal Immigration Significantly Lower In 2003 Than In 2002
The Office of Immigration Statistics of the DHS issued its 2003 Yearbook which included the following highlights: Legal immigration in 2003 (705,827) was lower than in 2002 (1,063,732); Sixty-three percent of all immigrants intended to reside in six
states: California, New York, Texas, Florida, New Jersey, and Illinois; USCIS Asylum Officers approved 29 percent of asylum cases
adjudicated in 2003.
DOS Issues Fact Sheet On Machine Readable Passports
The Department of State issued a fact sheet on machine readable passports. Effective Oct. 26, 2004, visa waiver travelers from all 27 Visa Waiver Program countries must present either a machine-readable passport or a valid US visa.
Social Security Administration Issues Notice On Assignment Of SSNs To Foreign Academic Students In F-1 Status
The Social Security Administration issued a final rule effective October 13, 2004, requiring additional evidence for F-1 students who are applying for SSNs.
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Really, it is a great shock and disappointing to learn from the letter
of Multiply Charged Paralegal that he was charged $185. each time he
clicked the finish button while applying Form I-90 for renewal of his
green card through E-filing. According to E-Filing guidance published
by CIS, the applicant has to click the finish button on his or her web
to get Confirmation Receipt. Furthermore, CIS Instructions say that a
copy of this Confirmation Receipt is required to be taken to Application
Support Center (ASC) at the time of appointment. Therefore, it is
natural that one will be clicking the finish button until the
Confirmation Receipt is generated. In addition to this, he was told
when contacted CIS that the multiple fees will not be refunded to him as
multiple filings were completed. It is purely unfair and unjust to the
applicants that apply with CIS through E-filing. I totally agree with
Multiply Charged Paralegal that either CIS should have such mechanism
for canceling applications when forms are not generated or for a
refund of multiple fees when that is brought to their attention. The
CIS themselves are encouraging the applicants to apply through E-filing,
but the applicants have to pay unnecessary amount of money for using
E-filing application as Multiply Charged Paralegal had to pay. I think
considering this problem AILA should take up this matter with USCIS
seriously. From now onwards, I think we the applicants had better use
paper application instead of using E-filing.
Here's a quote from a major figure in American history," submitted for your consideration. "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail.
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We are pleased to announce that Angela Lopez and Martha James have joined the Badmus Immigration Law Firm as Associate Attorneys. Badmus Immigration Law Firm serves businesses and individuals in immigration matters nationwide and is located at 12700 Park Central Drive, Suite 1412, Dallas, Texas 75251. Phone: 469-916-7900.
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