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Cases of the Day
IIRIRA Stop Time Rule and NACARA Constitutional
Bartoszewska-Zajac v. INS, No. 99-4430, (6th Cir. Jan. 12, 2001) the
court found that the retroactive application of IIRIRA's "stop time" rule for suspension cases is not a violation of due process and provisions of NACARA which provide for more lenient treatment of asylum applicants from some countries do not violate equal protection principles.
ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
Carl Shusterman Explains Section 245(i)
Carl Shusterman explains who is eligible to take advantage of section 245(i) and why it matters.
Immigration News of the Day
Legal Guest-Worker Plan For Mexicans To Be Pushed
Constitution reports that after a visit with Mexico's new president, a group of US senators
said they will immediately push for a sweeping program that could allow millions of
Mexicans to become legal guest workers in the US.
New York City's Melting Pot Works for Baby Names, Too
According to the New
York Times [registration required] although New York remains highly diverse,
many immigrants are choosing to forego giving children names from their native land,
choosing more Westernized names.
ILW.COM Highlights of the Day
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THE SPEAKERS: This is a bench-bar panel coordinated by US Immigration Judge
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