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The California Shredding Fiasco: Examining the Evidence - Part 1 of 2
Jose Latour delves into the illegal shredding incident involving 90,000+ documents that occurred earlier this year at the California Service Center.
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IPASS, New Visa Review Body Proposed To Help Tracking Of Foreign Students
During testimony before the House Science Committee Dr. Tilghman, president of Princeton University said, "a new visa review body the Administration is planning to create, known as IPASS, might help the visa backlog. ...The absence of information about IPASS could dissuade excellent international students from applying to U.S. institutions for fear that this new system will impose additional burdens and delays."
OALJ Approves Consent Findings With Prejudice In LCA Matter
In the Matter of Ansanul Howlader v. Guilford Mills, Inc., No. 2000-LCA-11 (OALJ, Apr. 4, 2003), the Office of Administrative Law Judges said that the action was settled and dismissed with prejudice pursuant to an agreement whereby the Complainant withdrew his complaint and where the terms of the settlement agreement were treated as confidential, with access being ordered only by order of the Court.
10-Year Bar Language Intended By Congress
In Cervantes-Ascencio v. INS, No. 02-4147 (2nd Cir. Apr. 7, 2003), the court said that the omission of "long-term aliens" from Subpart II of 8 USC 1182(a)(9)(b)(i) was presumed to be intentional and that the statutory language, if clear on its face, ended the court's analysis.
Nevada Conviction For Lewdness With A Child Under 14 Years Of Age Is Sexual Abuse Of A Minor
In Cedano-Viera v. Ashcroft, No. 01-70622 (9th Cir. Apr. 7, 2003), the court revised its Mar. 26, 2003 opinion where it said that
since Petitioner was removable on account of his conviction involving sexual abuse of a minor, an aggravated felony under 8 USC 1101(a)(43)(A), the Court of Appeals had no jurisdiction to review his constitutional claims.
St. Cyr Analogy Does Not Hold For Asylum Claim Filed Before April 1, 1997
In Vasquez-Zavala v. Ashcroft, No. 01-70973 (9th Cir. Apr. 7, 2003), the court denied Petitioner's claim that by filing an application for asylum before April 1, 1997, they had "settled expectations" of being placed in deportation proceedings rather than removal proceedings and said that "any expectation that an INS action would thereafter commence could not support a sufficient explanation as to when it would commence."
False Date Of Entry In An Asylum Application Is Material Where It Has Natural Tendency To Influence Decision
In US v. Chen, No. 02-10327 (9th Cir. Apr. 7, 2003), the court said that Defendant's application for asylum which included misstatements as to his manner of entry and date thereof were material since they were made to an INS special agent investigating the smuggling and harboring of illegal aliens and that could clearly have affected his investigation.
No Review Of Discretionary Decisions Where District Court Does Not Exercise Its Authority
In US v. Solano-Machuca, No. 02-3511 (8th Cir. Apr. 7, 2003), the court said that it rejected Defendant's argument for downward departure because it did not review discretionary decisions not to depart where there was no indication that the district court believed it lacked the authority to do so.
Gutierrez Joined The Marines As An Undocumented Alien, Returned As An American
An Editorial in the Wall Street Journal chronicles the path taken by Gutierrez that resulted in his receiving posthumous US citizenship.
Immigration Attorney Sues Nearly 40 Immigration Consultants In Southern California for Unauthorized Practice OF Law
The Daily Bulletin of Ontario, CA reports that "[Immigration Attorney] Earl Carter has sued nearly 40 immigration consultants in San Bernardino and Riverside counties, alleging they are illegally providing legal advice and engaging in the unauthorized practice of law, keeping original documents of clients, and failing to file a $50,000 bond with the Secretary of State as required by law."
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Letters to the Editor
Recently, you published a link in Immigration Daily to a newspaper article about an INS employee in Canada that was deported by Canadian authorities for taking bribes from a company to deny visas to the company's competitors. I would really like to get a copy of that article.
Allen F. Creighton
McNair Law Firm, P.A.
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