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Immigration Daily February 21, 2012
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Comment: World Worker Shortage - A column in The Globe and Mail notes "The world is on the threshold of what might be called 'peak people.' The world's supply of working-age people will soon be shrinking, causing a shift from surplus to scarcity… Peak people will be an age when jobs compete for workers rather than vice versa. The cheapest labor will vanish… Peak people will also be an age when countries will be competing for immigrants rather than trying to limit them… And if their home countries are competing to keep them, then we'll have a harder time finding young people who want to come. It will require nimble and clever policies to prevent us from becoming old and lonely." The "immigration problem" that most countries will be screaming about in not so distant future will be the problem of having too little immigration and not enough workers despite trying everything to attract immigrants. We should be glad, proud and grateful that the US is a magnate for immigrants, instead of regarding it as a problem. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com.

Article: H-1B'S To Move Faster; Perm Approval Stats Down; AAO Adjudication Times Too Long; L-1 Visas Using Reciprocity Schedule Instead Of Petition Validity Dates; China Non-Immigrant Visa Processing Speeding Up. by Alan Lee

Article: BIA Dismissal of DHS Appeal Actually Supports DHS Leadership by Joseph Whalen

Article: DHS FY2013 Budget Proposal-Will E-Verfiy Become Mandatory? by Ann Cun

News: CRS Report On Unauthorized Aliens' Access To Federal Benefits: Policy And Issues

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Help Wanted: Immigration Professionals
Multiple Locations - The Global Knowledge Team of Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy LLP is seeking various levels of business immigration professionals with management and business immigration experience to make up a team of experts who will be responsible for the managing the firm's global content, knowledge management (KM) systems and client-facing solutions in New Jersey, New York and Boston. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing content for 100+ countries, continuous expansion of the firm's overall knowledge base, serving as a "Think Tank" for development of innovative approaches, product ideas and new technology tools in the field of global immigration, researching country immigration requirements and identify primary and third party sources of immigration information, participating in meetings with internal, external and prospective clients and interface with client service teams on a regular basis. The ideal candidate is intelligent self-starter with excellent written and oral communication skills, familiar with KM concepts, technology solutions, informal architecture, strong research skills and project management experience, excellent presentation and intercultural communication skills. U.S. JD is strongly preferred for team leader roles. All resumes should be submitted to Recruitment@Fragomen.com.

Law Practice for Sale
Very well-known in Colorado, a premier Denver area immigration law firm is for sale. This AV-rated practice has been in existence for nearly thirty years and in the same location for twenty. Annual attorney/paralegal billings have tallied approximately $900K for many years. The firm's practice is predominantly business-related with a prestigious client list, including corporate leaders in thriving industries like mining, agriculture, and tourism. This diverse practice also handles some family, removal, and consular matters. The staff of nine is highly educated and impeccably trained. While the firm has a model management structure, the principal is available to ease the transition for serious buyers. All equipment is included in the sale. Send inquiries in confidence to: ann@allott.com.

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Letters of the Week: R Yang.,Joe Whalen, Roger W. Bloxham and Lynn Atherton-Bloxham

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
February 24, Webinar - DHS is pleased to present a Webinar on E-Verify for Federal Contractors. For more information, see www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.

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