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Foreign-Born Census Data Sing American Success Story, Point To Policy Priorities
Frank Sharry writes "control of the White House and Congress may well turn on who is most successful at appealing to [the new immigrant] voters, and those that will follow."
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Immigration Law News
Final Rule For LIFE Act And Amendments
INS published a final rule which will provide definitive
regulations for all applicants under section 1104 of the LIFE Act and
section 1504 of the LIFE Act Amendments.
Grant Applications Invited For Services To Refugees
The Office of Refugee Resettlement of the Administration for Children and Families of the Department of Health and Human Services invited submission of grant applications for funding for services to recently arrived refugees who are unanticipated arrivals and for ethnic community self-help.
BALCA Says CO Is Not Required To Accept Employer's Offer To Re-advertise Where Deleting Requirement Is To Allow Alien To Qualify
In the Matter of Caldo Pomodoro, 2001-INA-153 (BALCA, Apr. 16, 2002), the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals said "where an employer is merely offering to delete a requirement to allow the alien to qualify for the position, we do not find that fairness and due process require the Certifying Officer to accept the offer to re-advertise" and that "any misinterpretation on behalf of the Employer was unreasonable."
Misdemeanor Sexual Abuse Of Minor Is Aggravated Felony
In re Small, 23 I&N Dec. 448 (BIA 2002), Jun. 4, 2002, the Board of Immigration Appeals said "a misdemeanor offense of sexual abuse of a minor constitutes an aggravated felony."
St. Cyr Does Not Necessarily Nullify Every Denial Of 212(c) Relief
In Robledo-Gonzalez v. Ashcroft, No. 01-C-5570 (Northern District of Illinois May 20, 2002), the court said that exhaustion of all administrative remedies is a prerequisite that must be fulfilled before courts may review any INS decision; and that the Supreme Court's decision in St. Cyr does not necessarily nullify every removal order denying 212(c) relief in reliance upon the Attorney General's decision in the matter of Soriano; and that St. Cyr does not afford every convicted alien a constitutional right to apply for 212(c) relief.
11th Circuit Denies Emergency Motion For Stay Of Deportation
In Bonhomme-Ardouin v. Attorney General, No. 02-12298 (11th Cir. May 21, 2002), the court denied Petitioner's emergency motion for stay of deportation pending resolution of petition for review. A concurring opinion said that this matter was suitable for en banc consideration.
Senate Debate On Appropriations For INS
The Senate debate on the Supplemental Appropriations Act included discussion on $125 million in additional funding
for the INS, for hiring 2,200 agents and implementing the foreign student tracking system.
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No Match Letter Deluge
The Chicago Tribune (registration required) reports on the Social Security Administration's mailing of "no match" letters to about 750,000 employers and quotes immigration attorney Laura Reiff.
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