Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment Of Status
Adjustment of status continues to be a critical but complicated area of
immigration law practice. Portability, elibility for work authorization and
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Deadline Is Thursday, October 28th For Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment Of Status
The curriculum for "Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment Of Status" will be announced shortly. The deadline to register is Thursday, October 28th. For more info, detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.pdf.)
Asylum Resource Series: Cambodia
USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center offers asylum information on Cambodia.
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DOL Update On Region 5 Reorganization
The Employment and Training Admnistration of the Department of Labor issued a memo to inform SWAs of updates to the staffing structure of the Regional Office.
USCIS Child Citizenship Act Of 2000 Fact Sheet
The USCIS issued a fact sheet on the Child Citizenship Act of 2000, allowing foreign-born children, including adopted children, to acquire citizenship automatically if they meet certain requirements.
USCIS Will Continue To Issue ADIT Stamps
USCIS announced that until further notice, USCIS will continue the practice of issuing "ADIT" stamps.
DHS Names Additional Organizations To Foreign Terrorist List
The Department of State added Jam'at al Tawhid wa'al-Jihad and Jemaah Islamiyah to the list of foreign terrorist organizations.
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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Immigration Law Conferences
DHS has issued new Section 343 rules requiring foreign health care workers who are seeking temporary or permanent occupational visas or Trade NAFTA status to obtain a special visa certification in order to provide health care services in this country. The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS)/International Commission on Healthcare Professions (ICHP) are sponsoring a special educational program in your community about the new DHS rules. The new federal DHS rules apply to: Registered nurses and licensed practical (vocational) nurses, Audiologists, Physical Therapists, Medical Technicians, Occupational Therapists, Medical Laboratory Technologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Physician Assistants. Upcoming session locations include: Seattle, WA - Monday, Sept. 27, New York, NY - Monday, Oct. 4, San Francisco, CA - Monday, Oct. 18th, Atlanta, GA - Monday, Nov. 1st. To register, contact Marla Downing at: firstname.lastname@example.org, (ph) 215-222-8454, x.242, or visit http://www.cgfns.org/cgfns/newsandevents/specialevents.html
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Chicken's concern was not two "separate" jobs, however, with potentially adverse sides, in employment, what harm can there be in simply "double checking" with the Rules? If there is no issue, then, there is no issue.
I disagree with the Economics 101 comment. First, higher-skilled workers come to work in the US in far lower numbers than unskilled workers and, as a result,
the spillover effect on the lower skilled market should be negligible. Also, they are already educated
at no cost for the government. Second, they command higher wages and are more sophisticated consumers
creating, in this way, more openings for low-wage service jobs as a secondary effect. Finally, they make
contributions in terms of innovative ideas and increased efficiency. These changes lead to productivity gains that, in turn, generate high quality job openings. In sum, I believe that common sense economics show that highly educated individuals are net contributors to the US economy and the welfare of its entire society.
Does anyone see any 245(i) relief legislation in the near future, i.e. 5 months?
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Elsa Patricia Villarreal who worked for 15 years in the Immigration Section of the US Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico has joined Joseph B. De Mott and Associates, LLP. Joseph B. De Mott and Associates, LLP, is a law firm in San Antonio, Texas across the parking lot from Immigration and located at 8930 Four Winds Drive, Suite 106, San Antonio, TX 78239-1971. Phone: (210) 590-1844. Fax: (210) 590-1845.
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