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ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
Chapter 10 - O Visas for Individuals with Extraordinary
In Chapter 10 of Handbook of Immigration Law Mark A. Ivener writes about O visas
for individuals with extraordinary ability.
Cases of the Day
Deportation no Reason for Shorter Sentence
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In US v. Maldonado, No. 00-1429 (1st Cir. Feb. 23, 2001), the court found that the fact that the Defendant would be deported at the end of his sentence was no basis for a downward departure from the sentencing guidelines.
Denial for Cook Who Performed Household Duties
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The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals in Matter of Peak 2000-INA-140 (Jan. 25, 2001), agreed with the Certifying Officer ("CO") that there was no bona fide job opportunity for the position of domestic cook where the alien had previously performed cooking, babysitting and cleaning for the employer and the evidence failed to explain adequately who would not perform those duties.
DOS News of the Day
Child Citizenship Act of 2000
The Department of State Office of the Spokesman has issued a statement about the Child Citizenship Act of 2000 which greatly streamlines the process by which foreign-born children of US citizen parents can become citizens when they did not acquire citizenship at birth.
Immigration News of the Day
More Guest Workers? Not What We Should Pick
In an opinion piece in the Washington Post Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center of Immigration Studies, states that the
US should "reject calls for a new guest-worker program and to get serious about enforcing existing immigration law."
Letters to the Editor
What a difference a day makes! Unfortunately you published the wrong date in referring readers back to accessing their local senators via www.numbersUSA.com. The link on the ILW.COM website was published on February 22nd, not the 23rd. It would be most helpful to publish these links on a regular basis so that immigrants can e-mail their senators, specifically those on the immigration committee. I would encourage all resident aliens to bookmark the links and constantly e-mail their opinions on immigration laws, particularly those which INS use to deport thousands of alien spouses. Senators need to know what is happening out in the immigrant community and of the many problems honest people have in conforming with immigration laws, not the known hordes hoping for partial relief or amnesties.
Editor's Note: We thank Mr. Reed for pointing out the error. All back issues of Immigration Daily can be found in the searchable archive of past issues.
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