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ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
No-Benching Rule for H-1B Employers
Cyrus D. Mehta writes about the Department of Labor's regulations implementing the no-benching rule in ACWIA.
Federal Register News of the Day
Final Three Meetings of DACOIM
The final three meetings of the District Advisory Council on Immigration Matters are scheduled March 29, 2001, at 10 a.m., April 5, 2001, at 1 p.m., April 26, 2001, at 1 p.m. at the Jacob Javitts Federal Building, 26 Federal Plaza, Room 537, New York, New
Congressional News of the Day
Massive Immigration Into United States Must Be Stopped
In his address to the House Rep. Tancredo requested the House to begin debate about the extraordinary financial costs of massive immigration into the US and determine exactly what American businesses may need in terms of both skilled and unskilled workers.
INS News of the Day
Immigration Court Evaluations
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The Office of the Chief Immigration Judge has issued a memorandum setting forth the procedures for evaluation of the Immigration Courts.
DOS News of the Day
US-Mexico Binational Border Walk
Delegates from the United States and Mexican Governments and the border states will participate in a Binational Border Walk to be held March 27-29, 2001, in the Arizona/Sonora border area to evaluate current operations and existing infrastructure, and discuss proposals for new border crossings and related issues.
Immigration News of the Day
Constitutional Case of a Man Without a Country
The New York Times [registration required] reports on a case argued before the Supreme Court which presents the constitutional
question whether the government violates a deportable immigrant's guarantee of due process by keeping the person behind bars
indefinitely when no other country will take him.
ILW.COM Chats and Discussions of the Day
New Chat Transcripts Added
The chat transcripts page has been updated with transcripts of some recent chats.
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