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Immigration Daily September 6, 2002
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Editor's Comments

Speaking in the Senate, Sen. Lieberman (D-CT) said that the new Homeland Security Bill (aka the bill to abolish the INS) seeks "to ensure that dangerous people and goods and containers are kept out of our country without restricting the flow of legal immigration and commerce that nourishes the Nation." In comments to the Press today, White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said that "the President would still like to find ways to welcome workers into America," but "it's been immensely complicated as a result of the war on terror." In today's Featured Article, AILF points out that "the portion of Mexican workers in the U.S. workforce has doubled during the past decade," and that "nearly 43 percent of all job openings by 2010 will require only a minimal education, at a time when native-born Americans are obtaining college degrees in record numbers and are unlikely to accept positions requiring minimal education." AILF concludes that "America's current immigration policies are antiquated and fail to recognize the importance of Mexican workers to the national economy."

Clearly, America has a delicate balancing act ahead of her as our country seeks to simultaneously welcome immigration while protecting us against the tiny number of fanatics who would do us harm. As it unfolds, this balancing act will not be without its mis-steps, which we will hopefully keep correcting as we move forward. The end result, years hence, however, will likely be more immigration and more regulation. This is a prospect which bodes well for the immigration attorney community in the years to come.


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Mexican Immigrant Workers And The U.S. Economy - An Increasingly Vital Role
The American Immigration Law Foundation writes "America's current immigration policies are antiquated and fail to recognize the importance of Mexican workers to the national economy."


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Immigration Law News

President Bush Wants To Welcome Workers Into America But Finds Way Complicated Due To War
White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said " ... The President would still like to find ways to welcome workers into America ... It's been immensely complicated as a result of the war on terror ... "

DOJ Moves To Revoke Citizenship Of New Jersey Man Alleged To Be Nazi Slave Labor Camp Guard
The Department of Justice issued a press release that it "initiated proceedings today to revoke the U.S. citizenship of a Mays Landing, New Jersey, man based on his service during World War II as an armed guard at three Nazi slave labor camps. "

Asylum Division Memo On CSPA
The Director of the Asylum Division of the INS issued a memorandum on the Child Status Protection Act discussing its application to asylum matters pending on or after August 6, 2002.

Senator Says Keep Danger Out Without Restricting Flow Of Immigration
In the Senate debate on H.R. 5005, the bill to abolish the INS, Sen. Lieberman (D-CT) said "For the first time, we would bring key border and national entry agencies together to ensure that dangerous people and goods and containers are kept out of our country without restricting the flow of legal immigration and commerce that nourishes the Nation."


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Shearing Designed To Rid BIA Of Liberal Judges
Law.com reports on the restructuring of the Board Of Immigration Appeals saying "Several board members are seen as likely targets because of their dissents and opinions. At the top of the list is Lory Rosenberg, who served on the American Immigration Lawyers Association's board of governors and frequently dissents."

Ambassador-Nominee Supports Registry
The Arizona Republic reports that the Bush Administration's nominee for Ambassador to Mexico supports Registry as a way of legalizing the undocumented.

Multiculturalism In Immigration Is Destructive To America
An op-ed piece against the Diversity Lottery in the Washington Times says " ... the normal behavior of some cultures is criminal or deeply offensive to us. Such unacceptable practices are as much a part of the multicultural package as popular ethnic cuisine ... Our crowded little planet is awash in wars and conflict that are based on just those differences we are urged to celebrate culture, religion and ethnicity."

For Some, Strict Construction Is For Convenience Only
An op-ed piece on the 14th amendment in the Arizona Republic says "It's strange how strict constitutional constructionists can become less so when it's convenient."


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