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A Problematic Memorandum On Third-Party Placements
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USCIS Releases Jan National Stakeholder Meeting Minutes
USCIS released the January 26, 2010 National Stakeholders Meeting Questions and Answers.
DHS Deploys 49 Personnel To Oversee PreDeparture ID Verification In Haiti Recovery Efforts
DHS continues to support U.S. government efforts — led by the US Agency for International Development and the State Department — by deploying more than 1,000 personnel to provide operational and humanitarian assistance in Haiti following the Jan. 12 earthquake.
USCIS and Los Angeles Announce Immigrant Integration Partnership
USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced a new partnership to strengthen immigrant integration efforts in Los Angeles through proactive citizenship awareness, education, and outreach activities.
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David Murray's letter (01/28/10 ID) is wrong about the protection afforded
by a pending I-485. For more than 50 years a pending I-485 has afforded
protection from detention and deportation. There are numerous case
decisions on this, and arguably it is mandated by statute and
regulation. Adjustment of status (the I-485) is the most common form of
relief from deportation, and that is expressed in the statute. At times the
government has said that a person in this situation is in a Period Of Stay
Authorized By The Attorney General (POSABAG). It is only in the last three
years or so that DHS has started taking the radical and unduly harsh
position that a person with a pending I-485 must also maintain nonimmigrant
(temporary) status, even while the government sometimes dawdles for many
years on an I-485 case. The DHS is legally in error on this point, and I
expect this will be held by a federal court in the near future.
Bruce A. Hake, Esq.
New Windsor, MD
I would like to nominate the following candidate for your Immigrant Of The Day Featured Article, Queens killer Huang Chen who allegedly ripped out victim Qian Wu's heart and lungs according a New York Daily news story.
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