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Two Chicken Stories: NAFTA's Real Winner And Losers
Laura Carlsen of the IRC Americas Program writes "The good news is that we can create a new win-win scenario."
Bloggings: May 14, 2008
Joel Stewart shares the latest entries to his blog.
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CBP Starts Accepting Applications For Global Entry Pilot Program
U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that it began
processing applications today for the Global Entry pilot program
designed to expedite the screening and processing of low-risk,
frequent international travelers entering the United States.
New Statutory Immigration Law Provisions
S.2739 became Public Law No. 110-229 on May 8, 2008, the immigration related provisions are excerpted here.
EOIR Reminds Conditional Asylees To Report Current Address
EOIR issued a news release that reminded coercive population control asylees to provide change of address information to EOIR and DHS.
Help Wanted: Immigration Professionals
Multiple Locations - USCIS seeks over 500 entry level Immigration Services Officers.
Positions are available in
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Chicago, IL - Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP seeks senior level
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Clearwater, FL - Law ofice of Joan Mathieu seeks experienced immigration attorney with 3+
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Detroit, MI - Clark Hill PLC seeks experienced immigration associate. Qualified candidate will have 2+ two years business immigration law experience with filings for H Visas, L Visas, E Visas, PERM cases and green cards. Working knowledge of immigration case management system is preferred. Excellent written communication and strong interpersonal skills required. Email resume, cover letter, writing sample, + law school transcript to Martha Mackinnon: email@example.com. EOE.
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Illegal Immigrant Raid Strikes Heartland
Immigration Raid: Workers Take care, Take Cover
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Immigration Event - Washington, DC
May 15 - Migration Policy Institute is pleased to present a lecture "Ex Mex: From Migrants to Immigrants" by Jorge G. Castaneda and Peter Hakim. For more info, see here: http://contact.migrationpolicy.org/site/Calendar?view=Detail&id=3741
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Consider the law of supply and demand. Wikipedia states:
"In economics, supply and demand describes market relations between prospective sellers and buyers of a good. The supply and demand model determines price and quantity sold in the market. The model is fundamental in microeconomic analysis of buyers and sellers and of their interactions in a market. It is used as a point of departure for other economic models and theories. The model predicts that in a competitive market, price will function to equalize the quantity demanded by consumers and the quantity supplied by producers, resulting in an economic equilibrium of price and quantity. The model incorporates other factors changing such equilibrium as reflected in a shift of demand or supply." Supply are illegal aliens. Demand is the US public. According to the formula ( considerable discussion and formulae on market equilibrium) Demand has to decrease in order to decrease Supply.
Cheaper is not going away. That's why we love Wal-Mart and looking for cheaper gas to run our muscle car.
Regarding Robert J. Dupont, Esq.'s letter (05/13/08 ID): The citizens of the United States own The United States, not president Bush.
Regarding Roger Algase's letter (05/13/08 ID): I went to school with many
Latinos during the 1950ís. There was no racism.
The problem again is the illegal part.
If we favor latino, then weíre prejudice against the other nationalities that are willing to come in legally.
The issue is Ďlegalí and to change the law in favor
Of illegals would be prejudiced against all other races
who patiently wait with their names on a list for legal
entry. As Iíve said before the entire world has overseas workers.
They come in not as citizens, but under contract, sending
funds back to their families in their native country.
Millions of people around the world have been doing this
for years. You make maybe $350 a month, under the control
of your employer, who is responsible for your medical and you
live in the premises of your contractor.
Your children go to school in your native country where
they also get medical. Thatís a world standard and thatís
the solution. This is the world standard and millions of
people around the world are doing this and thats the solution.
The problem with R. Dupont's letter's (5/13/08 ID) comparing
"symbolic" Prohibition enforcement with ICE raids is that while alcohol
may harm individuals, excessive entry harms the entire nation
irrevocably. Today, it is recognized that responsible alcohol
consumption requires extreme moderation as does entry numbers, both of
which require enforcement. Inane comments aside, the letters of B. Hake
and R. Yang (5/13/08 ID) raise a valid query about the nature of the Rule of Law. A
recent article at lewrockwell.com: "In Defense of Rules", libertarian
Anthony Gregory discusses the cultural need for laws and the dilemma of
too many, but concludes: "Without an adherence to a higher and
consistent law of individual rights, there can be no social framework
even in which to set the terms for contract and other civil rules. From
every board game to every board room, civilization absolutely requires
rules to function". How can anyone who professes to care about America
ignore the fact that because amnesty was granted to four million
illegals in 1986, another 30 million have invaded America since then?
"That's un-American and immoral". While the R. Algase letter (5/13/08 ID) initially
allows that other factors are valid for entry policy, they have never
been seen in his previous letters that I recall, and concludes this one
once again with the familiar "racial prejudice" motive. The David
Murray letter (5/13/08 ID) takes top honors for the day with his strong stand on
I didn't know what "third world" country Mr. Utterback's letter (5/13/08 ID) mentioned in his letter that their rich citizens never pay taxes and yet Uncle Sam generously gives them welfare. I am an Asian American myself and travel extensively worldwide particularly in Asia, I never find any countries anywhere that their citizens don't pay taxes. Mr. Utterback's letter needs further clarification or we must ignore and consider it as ridiculous baseless accusation. Every educated and well informed persons must know
that the prices of all commodities went up because the value of USD goes down. We create global inflation because we print too much paper money to finance our war monger policies and also to maintain our cult of consumerism, it's not because of illegal immigrants. And yes, OPEC and other countries have absolute rights to create cartels and monopolies on any commodities but we have every rights to say no, create and shop for the alternatives. Only bunch of hypocrites who balk on OPEC monopoly and other countries monopolies or protectionist policies that benefit their exports and profits while we never say anything on our own monopoly and protectionism in form of trade barriers on imports and immigration laws.
So that's why I support free competition and innovations, so nobody can't impose monopolies on our free choices to shop. Competition will make us be more productive, competitive and innovative and never take anything for granted just we're "lucky" enough to be born as Americans.
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