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Immigration Articles on ILW.COM
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ILW.COM Featured Article of the Day
Avoiding The Abyss: H-1B Strategies When Facing Reductions in Force (Finale)
In the final installment in this series on H-1B strategies when facing reductions in workforce, Yoshiko I. Robertson, an associate at Paparelli & Partners, LLP, we reprint the entire article with the author's conclusions.
Court Has no Jurisdiction to Hear Late Appeal
The court in Malvoisin v. INS, No. 01-4001 (2nd Cir. Oct. 3, 2001), determined it had no jurisdiction to hear an appeal filed one day after the statutory deadline.
No Threshold for Cancellation
In Matter of Sotelo-Sotelo 23 I & N Dec. 201 (BIA 2001) the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) clarified that an applicant for cancellation of removal need not meet a threshold test requiring a showing of "unusual or outstanding equities" before a balancing of the favorable and adverse factors will be made to determine whether relief should be granted in the exercise of discretion.
Senate Statements on USA Patriot Act
After several hours of statements the Senate passed the USA Patriot Act by a vote of 98 to 1.
President Bush Sign USA Patriot Act
President Bush signed into law the USA Patriot Act with its immigration related provisions in Title IV.
Death of INS Detainee
The Department of Justice reports that a 55-year-old Pakistani male, who was detained on September 19th by the INS for being in the US on an expired visa, was found unconscious in his cell by jail authorities October 23.
Immigration in the Press
H-1B Workers Wary of Terrorist Backlash
According to CNet News.com across the nation, H-1B visa workers from Central and South Asia are expressing concerns about discrimination, and some are worried about a broader backlash against foreign professionals.
ILW.COM Chats and Discussions of the Day
Chat with Greg Siskind
Greg Siskind will answers questions on all aspects of immigration law on Monday, October 29, 2001, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern (New York) time. Questions will be accepted beginning 15 minutes before the start of the chat.
This Day in Immigration
From October 27, 2000
"According to a press release from the offices of Gibbs Houston Pauw the INS has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit challenging its vehicle seizure practices. The settlement covers more than 1000,000 vehicles seized by the INS in the Western Region between June 10, 1989 and September 17,1999. The notice of proposed settlement requires that any objections to the proposed settlement be submitted in writing to either Robert Pauw or Lorri Shealy Unumb at the Office Immigration Litigation by November 15, 2000. Under the terms of the settlement, INS has agreed to revise the notices given to vehicle owners, adopt guidelines to insure uniform non-excessive fines, train officers on standards for probable cause, provide copies of adverse evidence to vehicle owners, render decisions in writing and provide for reconsideration of fines. A thank you to Robert Gibbs for providing notice of the settlement and for a reminder that a Constitutional right to due process does exist."
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HELP WANTED: CORPORATE IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY, NEW JERSEY
National immigration law firm seeks senior level business immigration attorney, with 4+ yrs. exp. in all aspects of employment based immigration, for its Iselin, New Jersey office. The position requires strong writing and excellent verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate has had account management experience and is able to work independently in a team environment. Competitive salaries and excellent salaries offered. Please fax resume and writing sample in confidence to: Anne-Rose van den Bossche, Esq., at Fragomen, Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy, (212) 750-1121 or e-mail email@example.com. No calls please.
HELP WANTED: ATTORNEYS/PARALEGALS
Be Part of a Winning Team! Bratter - Krieger, LLP, a S. Florida immigration law firm is expanding into new cities. We now have immediate needs for an experienced bi-lingual attorney in our New York office and a paralegal with immigration experience for our Miami office . All our team members receive an aggressive compensation package and benefits. Reply in confidence to Matthew Krieger - firstname.lastname@example.org, fax resume to 305-695-4398 or call us at 1-800-946-0301.
MidSouth Chapter's Fall CLE Conference at the Hyatt Regency in Louisville Nov. 2 & 3. The title is "Where the Newest Rubber Meets the Road," because the conference will have its traditional professionally intimate setting conducive to lively questioning of the speakers (and erudite comments from the attendees) so that participants come away with the answers to their questions and with practical solutions to the newest situations posed by new laws, regulations and procedures. For agenda, registration form and details, click here.
ETHICS FOR IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
Presented by the Practicing Law Institute, November 27, 2001, 6:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. PLI New York Training Center, 21st Floor
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