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Deadline Is Wed, June 27th For Family Ties And Immigration
ILW.COM is pleased to announce our latest telephonic immigration law
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FIRST Phone Session on June 28: Is Marriage the solution to your client's
SECOND Phone Session on July 19: Applying for relatives other than the
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- Issues if there is prior removal/deportation proceedings
- What was basis of divorce
- Should they get married or come as a fiancÚ
- Pitfalls what to watch out for
- What if they are not living together?
- I-864, Who can be a sponsor or co-sponsor
- What about the I-751, getting the denial reviewed,filing a second
- Ethical problems representing husband and wife
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- How does CSPA help
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- Effect of aggravated felony conviction
- What is a crime involving moral turpitude
- Disclosure of conviction, effect of expungement
- What is the petty offence exception
- What about drug convictions, Where do you live
- Obtaining a 212(h) waiver
The Revenge Of Zorro On Immigration Reform
Nativo V. Lopez writes "The essence of the current immigration debate, in fact raging for the past fifteen years, essentially is the management of an amble, but vulnerable, labor supply for corporations, large and small, urban and rural, and on their terms."
Sen. Gregg Calls For Nurse Immigration Relief
Sen. Gregg urged Senate negotiators to address national shortage of qualified nurses by including provision in immigration measure.
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Scott F. Cooper of Fragomen Del Ray Bernsen & Loewy LLP's Troy, NY office was awarded "The International Who's Who Of Business Lawyers 2007" honor. www.fragomen.com.
Immigration Event - Raleigh, NC
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) present "Immigration law and the Impact of Crimes" . July 11-12 2007. This two-day training program will review crime-based inadmissibility and deportability issues, waivers and remedies, and practice pointers for representing an immigrant with a conviction or a pending criminal charge. Proving good moral character for naturalization and other applications will be discussed. To learn more, including summary agenda, fees, and registration information, please see here. ILW.COM is pleased to be a media sponsor for this event.
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This is a response to Mr. Everroad's statement (06/26/07 ID) that any federal law
trumps state law. I would refer one to the Constitution, specifically
the 10th Amendment. Such a sweeping statement would have our "Founding
Fathers" rolling in their graves. It is true that federal law can trunp
state law, but it is specific to the issue at hand and subject to a
complex analysis. The "pre-emption doctrine" was developed to analyze
and balance when, and if, federal law or state law controls.
It is true today that immigration law is viewed as a federal issue. But
historically, that was not so. In fact, until the Chinese Exclusion Act
of 1882 immigration was viewed purely in terms
of state control. It was really not until the Quota Act of 1921 that immigration was
However, there is more room within the Constitution and within the
statutes that the States than many have thought for a while and a number
of states are again asserting their rights. Not so much as to control the
border, but to regulate and attempt to place controls on the enforcement.
So, we are left with an emerging patchwork where the states are
asserting more their right to be involved in this field. The argument
can certainly be made that whatever Congress says is the final word, but
that does not mean that in all cases and in all instancs that the federal
position will prevail. In short, this is our Federalist system at work,
perhaps in ways we do not always like or approve of, but at work
nevertheless. But to baldly state that federal law always trumps state
law is simply not a correct legal statement.
Scott Hicks, Esq.
Misinformation serves nobody good and lest it become a tabloid of misinformation, Immigration Daily should be more selective in publishing misinformation in the form of letters to the Editor when those opinions issue as a categorical truth, rather than mere opinion. John Everrode's letter to the Editor claims (06/26/07 ID) that, "Any person in the US, including local law enforcement is required to uphold Federal law, including the President. Any federal law trumps any state law. Those two statements are, on their face, false and misleading. While people present in the US (and in some cases even when not present) must obey US law, only the police are vested with the responsibility of "upholding" the law, and federal law does not "trump any state law". With regard to "upholding the law", take for example, how foolish it would be for me, an un-deputized citizen, to round up illegal aliens in my neighborhood and put the under arrest for violating immigration law. With regard to "trumping", take, for example wage/hour laws, where the federal law sets certain minimums, but states are free to adopt more restrictive standards, as we have here in California, as in many other states, which mandate a higher minimum wage than the federal minimum. So in this case state law actually "trumps" federal law.
David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA
I just noticed that the link for the fact sheet on the Republic of Palau (06/26/07 ID) is the same as the link to the White House Report on economic impact. Thus, the fact sheet on Palau cannot be found.
David Rivera, Esq.
Editor's note: Thanks for pointing out this error. The correct link is now available.
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