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Improve Your Firm's Competitive Positioning in Today's H-1B Market
Today, H-1B business is more competitive than ever. You can differentiate your firm's services by
developing expertise in the many recent changes in H-1B rules and policies. Join knowledgeable
practitioners Angelo Paparelli and Stephen Yale-Loehr for their in-depth, 3-part seminar series. Each
part features one hour of analysis, strategy and practice tips followed by half an hour of Q & A. A
unique feature of ILW.COM's seminars is their interactivity. You can pose your specific questions to
the speakers by ILW.COM's e-mail list-serv. They will respond to selected questions by e-mail. All the
latest developments - new statutes, new rules, new policy interpretations - will be covered in each
seminar of the series. You can sharpen your skill and competitive edge from the comfort and
convenience of your own office. Two, three, or even more people can all share the same speaker-phone,
and e-mail list-serv account, for the price of one. The seminar series begins soon. Act now! To sign up on
line, click here. To register by FAX or mail, click here.
Tip of the Day
Improved Printing from ILW.COM
In response to requests from readers, ILW.COM has added a "Print this Page" feature to Immigration Daily pages. Some readers pointed out that it they used the "print" button on the browser, some words at the right hand side of the page would be lost. Clicking on the new Print this page will automatically remove all advertisements, sidebars, etc. and give you a plain text version of the page formatted to fit a standard sheet of paper. Print this page allows you to print the Daily, cases, Congressional Record, Federal Register, INS, DOS DOL items and featured articles to read when you are away from your computer and to save for future reference.
For pages which do not have the Print this page feature, we suggest the following solutions:
- Printing from your Internet Browser: Go to the "File Option" on the menu
bar on either the Netscape or Internet Explorer then choose "Page Setup."
Adjust the settings of the right and left margins to about 0.25 inches
respectively. The top and bottom margins need not be adjusted. Hit "OK." Go
back to your "File Option" and click on "Print" and then "OK."
If this does not work for you, print the page in landscape format. To print in landscape mode open the print dialog box. It will have a "Properties" button. Click on it and change the orientation of
the paper from "portrait" to "landscape." Hit "OK" and "print."
- Paste text into your word processor: In order to avoid printing our menu
strip, place your mouse over the start of the article you want to print.
Click down and drag your mouse to the end of the article while keeping the
mouse pressed down. This should highlight the entire article. Now select the
"Copy" menu item from the "Edit" menu of your browser. Start your word
processor with an empty document. Select "paste." Now use the print function
of your word processor.
- Highlight the text in Internet Explorer: Rather than copying and pasting the information into your word processor, many
readers have found that they are able to highlight the relevant text and then select the "Print" menu item under the "File" pull
down menu of Internet Explorer. After selecting the Print menu item, select the "Selection" radio button under "Print Range." Otherwise it will still print the whole document even if you have highlighted only a portion of it. The information should print out with the appropriate width and without cutting out any text. Unfortunately, this method seems to work only in Internet Explorer.
ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
"A Moveable Feast": New and Old Portability under AC21 § 105 (Part IV)
Angelo A. Paparelli and Janet J. Lee in the fourth of their articles on H-1Bs discuss employment verification.
Sen. Kennedy's Comments on Ziglar
At the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the confirmation of James Ziglar to be INS Commissioner, Sen. Kennedy describe Mr. Ziglar as having a distinguished record as a fair, effective and experienced manager.
Texas Requests More Federal Judges
Due to an increase in arrests along the Southwest border by customs agents, drug enforcements officers and the INS, the State of Texas requests the addition of 18 federal judges and commensurate staff to handle the current and anticipated caseloads along the US-Mexico border.
EOIR Takes Disciplinary Action
The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has reinstated one attorney and taken disciplinary action against eight others after charging them with violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct for Immigration Practitioners
Suspended and Expelled Practitioners
The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has updated it list of list of suspended and expelled practitioners.
Seriousness of Felony Does not Matter
The court in US v. Palomino-Rivera, No. 00-3549 (7th Cir. July 20, 2001), the court held that is was improper for the district court to consider the seriousness of an aggravated felony and reduce a sentence for being found in the US after having been deported for an aggravated felony unless the case were "outside the heartland of illegal reentry cases."
Dissent Slams Ninth Circuit
In Abovian v. INS, No. 98-70934 (9th Cir. July 20, 2001), dissenting from a denial of an en banc rehearing of the court's July 19, 2000, decision, Judge Kozinski describes the court's opinion as "one more example of the nitpicking we engage in as part of a systematic effort to dismantle the reasons immigration judges give for their decisions."
Immigration in the Press
Ashcroft Wants Immigrants Deported
The Washington Post reports that Attorney General John Ashcroft threatened to retaliate against countries that delay or refuse to take back immigrants convicted of crimes in the US.
ILW.COM Chats and Discussions of the Day
Chat with Mira Mdivani
Mira Mdivani will answers questions on all aspects of immigration law on Monday, July 23, 2001, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern (New York) time. Questions will be accepted beginning 15 minutes before the beginning of the chat.
This Day in Immigration
From July 20, 2000
"Attorney General Cannot Denaturalize
In an en banc decision the 9th Circuit in Gorbach v. Reno, No. 98-35723 (9th Cir. July 20, 2000), affirmed a preliminary injunction preventing the Attorney General from denaturalizing citizens through administrative measures. The Court found that, 'the 1990 statutory amendments shifted the power to naturalize citizens from federal and state courts to the Attorney General, but left intact the district court denaturalization process.'"
ILW.COM carries classified ads for immigration related positions. $100 for single insertion, $250 for five consecutive insertions, payable in advance. Contact us for details. We will also carry for no charge announcements such as immigration related events. We reserve the right to refuse any ad and to make minor editorial and formatting changes. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com
COMPLETE I-9s ELECTRONICALLY
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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.
IMMIGRATION LAW SEMINAR
Saturday, October 13, 2001, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Ramada Inn, Fairfield, NJ. A panel of experienced immigration lawyers and paralegals will explain how the administrative system operates and present the information you need to handle basic immigration matters. You’ll also hear directly from several agency representatives about the procedures you need to follow when dealing with these agencies. For details click here.
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