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July 3, 2001
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The June statistics are in. The most read items for the month were:

  1. The May release of the Office of Business Liaison's Bulletin on H-1Bs
  2. The GAO Report titled "Immigration Benefits: Several Factors Impede Timeliness of Application Processing"
  3. The June release of the Office of Business Liaison's Bulletin on H-1Bs

For the month of June the most read articles were:

  1. Goodbye to All That: The End of Labor Certification by Gary Endelman
  2. The Plight of H-1Bs During an Economic Downturn by Cyrus D. Mehta
  3. Adjustment of Status Under LIFE Legalization Provisions by Alexander Nisengolts
  4. Be Careful of What You Wish For: The Hidden Meaning of Premium Process by Gary Endelman


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ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day

Out of the Shadows: Employment-Based Immigration Policy Enters the Real World
Gary Endelman writes about recent fundamental changes in the way INS and DOL view their roles.


Immigration News

No Asylum Where Persecution Not Demonstrated
In Tamoshaityte v. INS, No. 00-9533 (10th Cir. June 27, 2001), the court found that the Immigration Judge (IJ) did not err in denying a petition for asylum where there was no evidence of harm or persecution of others similarly situated.

Nonimmigrant Category for Chefs Proposed
Sen. Reid introduced S. 1149, a bill to establish a new nonimmigrant category for chefs and individuals in related occupations.

Cosponsor for Advance in Registry Date
Sen. Ensign has been added as a cosponsor of S. 562 which provides for advances in the registry date.

Senate Receives Nomination for INS Commissioner
A communication from the White House Liaison, Department of Justice, transmitting, pursuant to law, the report of a nomination for the position of Commissioner, INS, was received on June 28, 2001, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

IJ Mills Assigned to New York
The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) announced the assignment of Immigration Judge Miriam Mills from the Immigration Court in Detroit, MI, to the Immigration Court in New York City.


Immigration in the Press

Open NAFTA Borders? Why Not?
According to the Wall Street Journal immigration continues to refresh and nourish America; we would be better off with more of it.


This Day in Immigration

From July 3, 2000

"Proposed Rules for the Detention of Aliens Ordered Removed INS requests comments on proposed rules for the "Detention of Aliens Ordered Removed. " The rule would amend INS regulations by providing a uniform review process governing the detention of criminal, inadmissible, and other aliens, excluding Mariel Cubans, who have received a final administrative removal order but whose departure has not been effected within the 90-day removal period. Written comments must be submitted on or before July 31, 2000."

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor:

In response to our inquiry from American Consulate, Mumbai as to whether they will not process any NIV or IV applications on the second and last Friday of each month except for emergencies, we have received the following information from Mr. Fred Polasky, Chief of the Visa Section, Mumbai, India.

That's true. We decided we needed an extra day "off" each month to allow visa officers to decompress, hold meetings, have training and to catch up with correspondence. As you know, we have sometimes had problems keeping up with the latter. At some point in the future - but still several months away - we may be closed to the visa public every Friday. We will probably only do that once we have an NIV appointment system in place, not likely before the beginning of next year, but nevertheless something we intend to institute within the foreseeable future. Look for an announcement soon for us to beginning gradually moving some NIV services "off-site" (and clearing away some of the crowd in an around the Consulate). First step will be to have all "drop box" applicants turn in their applications at a "Visa Facilitation Center" and get them back via courier.

Best regards,
Fred Polasky

Michael Phulwani, Esq.
Maywood NJ 07666


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HELP WANTED: CORPORATE IMMIGRATION PARALEGALS
Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, is the largest law firm in the country practicing exclusively in the area of immigration and nationality law. In order to meet the demands of our growing business, the firm is actively recruiting for experienced paralegals in its ATLANTA, NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY,and CHICAGO offices. The ideal candidate has business immigration experience or a human resources background dealing with immigration issues. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. The firm offers superior salaries and exceptional growth opportunities. Please submit cover letter and resume to Anne-Rose van den Bossche, Esq., Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, & Loewy, 515 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022 or fax 212-750-1121 or avandenbossche@fragomen.com

COMPLETE I-9s ELECTRONICALLY
Employers and attorneys for employers can now electronically complete a form I-9 (employment eligibility verification) via LOOKOUT SERVICES INC. at www.lookoutservices.net. Get tips and alerts to guide employers through the I-9 compliance maze. We track employment eligibility expiration dates and provide three (3) prior notices of expiration dates beginning four (4) months in advance. Notices will be provided to employer directly or to the attorney for employer. With LOOKOUT SERVICES INC., employers have peace of mind that company I-9 forms are in compliance. Use our internet based software to complete an I-9 at the time of hire or audit an existing I-9. Call today to receive a password & user i.d. or for a demonstration. Call toll free 1-888-522-6704.

IMMIGRATION TELECONFERENCE
Angelo Paparelli and Steve Yale-Loehr will conduct a three-part teleconference and e-mail listserv series titled On the Cutting Edge: H-1B Practice and Strategy with Angelo Paparelli and Steve Yale-Loehr. The teleconferences will take place Wednesdays August 8, September 5, and October 3, 2001, at 1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern (New York) time. They are open to attorneys, employers, HR professionals and anyone else interested in the H-1B process and strategy. For more information or to register click here.


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