Final Slogan Suggestion
In our October 6th comment on this issue, we said, "Some people hold an artificial distinction, which we reject, between due process immigration law and business immigration law. Ideally, we seek a quote bridging these two critical halves of immigration law." In this connection, we are pleased to offer one more suggestion for Immigration Daily.
"There is no class so intensely patriotic, so wildly devoted to the Republic as the naturalized citizen and his child, for little does the native-born citizen know of the value of rights which have never been denied. Only the man born abroad, like myself, under institutions which insult him at his birth, can know the full meaning of Republicanism." Andrew Carnegie in his book "Triumphant Democracy" (1886) (Mr. Carnegie was an immigrant and a capitalist)
We continue to receive reader feedback on Immigration Daily's slogan/quote. For the latest list, see here. We expect to decide this issue shortly, stay tuned.
Deadline Is Tuesday, October 19th For Preparing For PERM With Joel Stewart
The curriculum for "Preparing For PERM With Joel Stewart" is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on September 30th: Current issues including Backlog
SECOND Phone Session on October 21st: Appellate issues
- National and Regional Backlogs
- Doctrine of Backlog Reduction: Myth or Reality?
- Analysis of the Backlog Reduction Rule
- Telephonic Tour of Philadelphia and Dallas Centers
- Major Current Issues in Labor Cert Processing
- Practice Pointers: Recruitment and Documentary Requirements
THIRD Phone Session on November 4th: PERM issues
- General Characteristics of Notice of Findings and Final
- Reconsideration of Final Determinations
- Appeal of Final Determinations to BALCA
- Federal Court litigation: formulating a Strategy that works for
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- Challenging The Regs
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- Implementation of PERM
- Simultaneous Processing, Withdrawals, Priority Dates, &
- Advantages and Disadvantages of PERM
- Practical Tips on Processing PERM
- DOL Audits - what can Employers expect
- Role of SWA in PERM, Backlog Reduction, and other Pipeline Cases
Joel Stewart's BALCA Review (October 18, 2004)
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Vice-President Comments On Immigration
During remarks in Michigan, Vice-President Cheney said, "The President's suggestion - I think it's a good one - is that, in fact, what we ought to do is have a system to regularize that flow..."
DOS Cable On Visa Waiver Program
The Department of State issued a cable on the Visa Waiver Program, including imminent dates and important dates.
DOS Cable On DV-2006
The Department of State issued a cable providing an update on the 2006 Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-2006).
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I suggest the following quote as your slogan: Eternal vigilance is the
price of freedom, by Wendell Phillips. Your newspaper advocates
independence in the practice of law, and that is becoming a rare commodity
in the legal world in this country.
Evelyn Margaret Grey, Esq.
Does anyone remember (about 25 years ago) when Labor cases were done almost like what PERM will
be, it if ever gets here; you advertised (but not through the Labor Dept) 3 small ads posted signs etc.
If the Labor Dept. doubted that you had made a real effort to find a US worker they made you advertise
under their direction. So, is that what, basically, they are going back to now? It sounds like it, or
close to it. I'm not sure what my point is, maybe everything old is new again.
The unemployed paralegal
Editor's Note: Our comments referred to the period in the late 1960s and the early and mid-1970s when it was common for immigration attorneys to obtain labor certifications through the federal courts. At that time, the labor certification regulations were codified at 29 CFR. It was only after the codification of the labor cert regulations at 20 CFR that federal court litigation went out of style in labor cert practice. A forthcoming article by Gary Endelman will examine this issue in detail, Mr. Endelman will also discuss this issue in our phone seminar on Thursday, October 21st.
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