Comment: Top Links June 2012
Top five June Immigration Daily News Items
We feature the most accessed links by our readers in June 2012 below:
Top five June Immigration Daily Articles
Article: Arizona v. United States A Decision For Immigrant Rights by Alan Lee, Esq.
Article: Private Bills and Deferred Action Toolkit by Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Anna Gallagher, Denyse Sabagh, et al.
Bloggings: PERM: Current Problems and Solutions by Joel Stewart
Bloggings: What Is The Real Meaning Of Last Week's Two Stunning Supreme Court Decisions For The Future Of Immigration? by Roger Algase
Bloggings: Immigration Quibbles And Bites: The Fortnight In Review by Angelo Paparelli
Bloggings: Immigrant of the Day: Daniel Leyva Gonzalez - Olympic Gymnast by Greg Siskind
News: CRS Report On Closing The Guantanamo Detention Center: Legal Issues
Focus: Waivers and Review in Consular Processing
Tuesday, July 3rd is the deadline for the Thursday, July 5th phone session of "Consular Processing For Experts", with Rami Fakhoury, Gary Chodorow, Poorvi Chothani, Noah E. Klug, Claire Nilson, Stephen Pattison, Paul Ruby. The curriculum is as follows:
Tuesday, July 3rd is the deadline to sign up. For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see: Online: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201205.shtm.
Fax form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201205.pdf.
- Commonly applied grounds of Inadmissability and Denial
- Escalating Requests for Consular Reconsideration and Review
- Grounds and Procedures for Request for Advisory Notice review by DOS Central Office, Foggy Bottom
- Nonimmigrant Visa Waivers of Inadmissibility.
- 212(d)(3)Eligibility and equities requirements.
- Procedures for requesting a 212(d)(3) waiver and timelines for adjudications.
- Appeal procedures if consular officers refuses to make favorable recommendation and winning strategies.
- Criteria considered in waiver request/approvals.
- Matter of Hranka
- Balancing test; weighing the equities against the negative factors. How this works in practice.
- Immigrant Visa Waivers of Inadmissibility
- Form I-601 filed with consular officer for most grounds.
Consular officer must forward I-601 to DHS office overseas for adjudication.
- Alternative routes to entry
- Humanitarian Parole
- Visa Waiver at port-of-entry
- 212(d)(4) waiver at land border port of entry.
- Strategies for Attorney intervention when there is a problem at entry.
- Consequences of visa revocation/expedited removal at port-of-entry
Headline: Immigrants and Small Business http://ow.ly/bXCxm
Headline: The Beginning Of The End Of The Anti-Immigrant State Law Movement? http://ow.ly/bXCvv
Headline: INFORMATE: Video: What the SCOTUS Ruling on Arizona Immigration Law Means http://ow.ly/bXCsy
Headline: The Supreme Court Rulings and Their Effects on Immigrant Communities http://ow.ly/bXCp3
Headline: Study: Immigration increases high-school graduation rates for kids born here http://ow.ly/bXCmj
Headline: Video: Gutierrez: "Pick Out The Immigrant " Speech on Arizona Law w/ Justin Bieber + Selena Gomez http://ow.ly/bXCjq
Headline: Minneapolis 1st US city to support fed immigration policy allowing undoc'd youth to remain in US http://ow.ly/bXCgS
Headline: Judge sets deadlines in Utah immigration law case http://ow.ly/bXCdc
Headline: Jun 29 - Forms Galore http://ow.ly/bXC88
Headline: Civil rights groups continue fight against Arizona immigration law http://ow.ly/bXC2L
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