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Family-Based Immigration: Nuts And Bolts
Our new book, Family-Based Immigration: Nuts & Bolts; Editor: Charles Wheeler of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) features:
++ Chapters: Immediate Relatives And The Preference System, Overview Of The Application Process For Permanent Residence, Adjustment Of Status, Consular Processing, Immigrating Through Marriage, Grounds Of Inadmissibility, Waivers Of Inadmissibility,
Affidavit Of Support, Self-Petitions For Abused Spouses And Children, & Ethics
++ 35 Appendices include: Sample Request For Criminal History, Documenting I-130 Petitions, Sample Motion To Reinstate I-130, Consular Processing Instruction Package, Consular Processing Appointment Package, Suggested Evidence Of Bona Fide Marriage, I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(h) (Criminal Convictions), I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(i) (Fraud Or Misrepresentation), I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(a)(9) (B)(v) (Unlawful Presence), & I-212, Request For Permission To Reapply For Admission After Deportation
++ CD-ROM includes: relevant regulatory sections from 8 CFR, 22 CFR, etc., many forms from USCIS, DOS, SSA & IRS, significant statutory provisions, key BIA & Federal cases, selected USCIS memos, public health service documents, etc.
For more info on Family-Based Immigration: Nuts & Bolts, and to order, http://www.ilw.com/books/familybasedimmigration.shtm.
The Ciudad Juarez Declaration And The New Wave Of Border Activism
Kent Paterson writes "Modeled after the massive World Social Forum that draws tens of thousands of people every year, the Ciudad Juarez gathering featured dozens of workshops, a border "reality tour" and street demonstrations against the Bush administration's planned series of new border walls and the North American Free Trade Agreement."
IJ Removed For Professional Misconduct
In Levinsky v. Department of Justice, No. 06-3046 (Fed Cir. Dec. 8, 2006), the court found no basis to reverse the final decision of the Merit Systems Protection Board removing the Petitioner from his position as an Immigration Judge.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Chevy Chase Pavilion at Friendship Heights Metro (Washington, DC) - Polished and meticulous senior business immigration attorney needed to join nationally recognized, fast-paced immigration team in friendly 10-attorney firm. You will work independently on diverse immigrant and nonimmigrant cases, manage paralegals, and coordinate directly with clients. Requires 4+
yrs experience, excellent PC, communication, interpersonal & organizational skills. Contact Denise C. Hammond, Tobin O.Connor Ewing & Richard, 5335 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Ste. 700, Washington, D.C. 20015, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
NY, NY - The Law Offices Of Jan Allen Reiner, a law firm with impeccable reputation, seeks an immigration paralegal with 1+ years of experience in any and all areas of immigration. Candidate will work with some degree of independence, have extensive client contact, will have excellent written and verbal communication skills both in English and the Mandarin dialect of Chinese, the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment, the desire to provide a high level of customer satisfaction,
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Tyson's Corner, VA (Washington, DC) - Fast-paced growing immigration law firm seeks two experienced immigration paralegals. Experience in labor certs, NIV categories, AOS, and consular processing required. Experience with NIW, extraordinary ability a plus. Must have 2+ yrs of business immigration experience with direct case management of corporate clients' immigration legal needs and some familiarity with family based cases. Strong writing and verbal communication skills required. Westlaw, Lexis and AILA link research systems knowledge a plus. Benefits and salary commensurate with experience. Come and be a part of growing firm where your influence really counts. Send resume + salary expectations to Glendia Mondesir: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Established downtown NYC immigration practice seeks paralegal with 2+ years of business immigration experience, including hands-on preparation of PERM applications. Must have Bachelor's degree as well as excellent writing, communication and case management skills. Opportunity to work closely with sole practitioner. Competitive salary/benefits. Submit resume and cover letter to Lynne R. Newkofsky, Esq.: email@example.com. All inquiries will be kept confidential.
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Credential Evaluation And Translation
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Impacts of Border Enforcement on Mexican Migration: The View from Sending Communities
Edited by Wayne A. Cornelius and Jessa M. Lewis. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 240 pp. Hardcover, ISBN: 0970283865, $52.00
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0970283865/. Paperback, ISBN: 0970283873, $22.00, 175 pp.
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Roger Algase and Robert Yang's letters to the Editor were thought-provoking (02/02/07 ID). Mr. Yang's letter made the correct point that long ago, immigration was relatively unimpeded by most governments. Mr. Algase's letter blames the present state of anti-immigrant feeling on George W. Bush, whose remarkably pro-immigration politics likely contributed to his party's set-backs in the last election as populists abandoned his party for people like Virginia's Senator Webb - hardly a touchy-feely immigrationists. Mr. Algase's letter's preferred policies no doubt include the further growth of the administrative state. As the beneficiary of American military intervention abroad, I also have to dispute his view of what is going on in Iraq. American military intervention, even where it has involved strategic bombing, has generally changed the countries that encountered it for the better. Certainly my native Czechoslovakia would have done better had Patton not pulled out in 1945 to leave the field to the Soviets. Similarly, whatever the effectiveness of American fighting forces in the Middle East, I hope Mr. Algase's letter is not suggesting that Iraqis would be better off left to the tender mercies of the suicide-bombers, head choppers and Shiites. Besides, if we pull out, I seriously doubt that the reaction back home will be to open our borders further. One need only look to European post-colonial pullouts to substantiate that. Countries that left colonies under fire were relatively unwelcoming to immigration in marked contrast to those who left under democratic pressure. If we simply pull out of Iraq, I predict that the monies Mr. Algase's letter would like reallocated from the military to speedier immigration processing will go to a combination of welfare payments to "natives" and arguably less wholesome domestic police activities to prevent contagion from overseas reaching out and touching us, as it did one September morning not long ago.
Honza Prchal, Esq.
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