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Physicians: Conrad Program, NIW Lawsuit And J Waivers
Carl Shusterman writes about the extension of the Conrad program, a lawsuit challenging INS's NIW regulations and J waivers through exceptional hardship.
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Immigration Law News
INS Extends Designation of El Salvador Under TPS Program
INS extended the designation of El Salvador under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Program for 12 months until September 9, 2003. The extension for TPS allows eligible nationals of El Salvador to re-register for TPS and extend their employment authorization.
Petition For Review Of Asylum Denial To Chinese National Denied
In Liao v. DOJ, No. 00-4046 (2nd Cir. Jun. 20, 2002), the court denied the petition for review of the Board of Immigration Appeals's decision denying Petitioner's asylum application and found that the State Department report on country condition tended to contradict Petitioner's claim of economic persecution in China, and that his claims of being threated with detention, being forced to leave his village and being deprived of valuable government services were conjectural, and that his claim that his house was destroyed suffered from inconsistencies in the proof offered and that this loss may not be attributable to the government, and that the Petitioner did not explain why his wife who is 51 years old would be a potential target for sterilization, and that the State Department report covering the entire period of China's one child policy going back to 1979 and covering all of the vast and varied areas of China had only a debatable relevance to Petitioner's claim.
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House Committees OK Visa Screening
The Associated Press reports that applications for visas would be screened for terrorist threats by the Homeland Security Department under legislation approved Wednesday by two House committees.
Most Sept. 11 Detainees Deported
New York Times (Registration Required) reports that of the 750 South Asian and Arab men detained on immigration violations after September 11th, all but 74 have been expelled to their home countries or, in a handful of cases, released to resume their lives in the United States.
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Letters to the Editor
I am the administrator of Minnesota's J-1 visa waiver program. I read the Immigration Daily regularly and usually find a lot of good information there. I often refer others to ILW.COM for reliable immigration information. So, I was very disappointed in your article The ABCs Of Immigration - State 20 Waivers For Physicians. At least as it relates to Minnesota, the information in that article is more than a year old and no longer accurate. I cannot speak to the accuracy of the information about other states.
Minnesota does have a process for recommending waivers for a limited number of specialist physicians and has successfully done so. Even a quick look at our web page would have shown the authors that information. Waiver programs are changing rapidly and the biggest struggle is getting out accurate information. Perhaps the better approach would be to publish the web sites and contact names for the state programs and let us explain them.
The current guidelines for Minnesota's J-1 visa waiver program, including specialty waivers, can be found at: http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/chs/j1main.htm
Minnesota Department of Health
I am very interested in reading the article about the young man in Atlanta
who is facing removal because of failure to change his address, but the
does not work and I can't find it on the Journal-Constitution's web site.
Editor's Note: See Editor's Comments above
Your published link doesn't work this morning.
Maybe you intended the following:
Thank you for your excellent publication
Editor's Note: See Editor's Comments above
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