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Immigration And The Department Of Homeland Security
National Immigration Forum
comments on the subsuming of immigration functions under the proposed Department of Homeland Security.
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Immigration Law News
Proposed Limitations On Visiting Professors and Researchers
The Department of State is proposing to amend its existing regulations governing participation in the Exchange Visitor Program as a professor
and research scholar. These proposed amendments will eliminate program extensions beyond a five-year period and limit repeat participation in the program.
DOS Announces Grants
The Educational Information and Resources Branch of the Bureau
of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the Department of State announced an open competition
to conduct educational advising in Mexico City about post-secondary
educational opportunities in the U.S. and an
open competition for the Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
(MCAC) Regional Educational Advising Coordinator (REAC) Program
Rep. Gekas Introduces Sweeping Immigration Reform Bill
Rep. Gekas (R-PA), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims, introduced the SAFER
(Securing America’s Future through Enforcement Reform) Act, H.R. 5013, that would make sweeping changes to the Immigration and Nationality Act.
"We can no longer ignore the link between our immigration system and our vulnerability to terrorism" said Rep. Gekas.
AILA Testimony Before Senate Immigration Subcommittee
AILA's Kathleen Campbell Walker testified before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee during a hearing on immigration
reform and the reorganization of homeland defense.
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Bill Would Significantly Tighten Immigration Laws
The Orange County Register reports that the bill introduced by Rep. Gekas would "significantly tighten immigration laws affecting both legal and illegal immigrants."
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The Law Office of Sheela Murthy, P.C., a progressive immigration law
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Letters to the Editor
Rep. George Gekas has just introduced a new immigration reform bill (SAFER Act) which will make extensive and necessary changes to the current immigration laws and policies of this country. Some of the key points of interest are as follows:
--Will require tracking of foreign students and visitors;
--Will make it a federal crime to overstay a visa for more than 6 months;
--Will require employers to check the validity of new employees' social security numbers thus preventing illegal aliens to obtain employment so easily.
There are many more important points that have been long overdue to overhaul an antiquated and porous immigration system (Can you say 245(i) abuse?) and now that we are in a new era of terrorism all of these measures, if taken, will be a step to securing the borders and provide the safety all Americans deserve. Thank you Rep. Gekas!!
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