Today's issue of Immigration Daily features many items of interest: An article by Sardar Durrani discusses the interplay between labor law and immigration law as it applies to F-1 students; 2 employer bulletins issued by BCIS; 2 BALCA decisions; and 4 classified advertisements - including two for help wanted, and one for a business opportunity. Please scroll down to find the item of interest to you.
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F-1 Visa Holders: SEVIS, Regulations, And Union Affiliations
Sardar Durrani writes on the overlap between labor law and immigration law as it affects F-1 visa holders, including a detailed discussion of 8 CFR 214.2(f)(14).
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Immigration Law News
BCIS Bulletin On I-9 Document Review
The Office of Business Liaison of the BCIS issued an Employer Information Bulletin on I-9 Document Review.
BCIS Bulletin On P Visas
The Office of Business Liaison of the BCIS issued an Employer Information Bulletin on P Visas.
National Security Advisor Answers Queries On Mexican Immigration Discussions
National Security Advisor Rice answered questions concerning discussions between the Administration and Mexico on immigration.
BALCA Reiterates That Denial Of Certification On Purely Technical Grounds Is Disfavored
In the Matter of Lapp, Inc, No. 2002-INA-122 (BALCA, Sep. 9, 2003), the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals reiterated its long standing disfavor of denial of labor certification on purely technical grounds. The Employer in this case had properly and timely sent its rebuttal to the correct reviewing agency, but had inadvertently addressed it to Sacremento, California rather than San Francisco, California, and the record reflected that the Employer attempted to rectify its mistake promptly by immediately resending the rebuttal with documentation of its timely attempt.
BALCA Says US Applicant With Landscaping Business Has No Conflict Of Interest With Employer For Landscaper Job
In the Matter of Anastasi Development Corp, No. 2002-INA-191 (BALCA, Sep. 8, 2003), the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals said that there would be no direct conflict of interest between the Employer, a real estate developer who had sought certification for a landscaper, and a US applicant who had a long-standing landscaping business.
IJ's Credibility Findings On Alleged Russian Anti-Semitic Incidents Not Substantially Unreasonable
In Moskalev v. Ashcroft, No. 02-9556 (10th Cir. Oct. 14, 2003), the court determined that it could not say that the IJ's credibility findings were substantially unreasonable. The IJ had concluded that the Petitioners distorted the record by attributing anti-Semitic motives to incidents in Russia which did not have racial or ethnic overtones.
Consensus Emerging In DC On Massive Legalization Program
In an op-ed column in the Los Angeles Times, Tamar Jacoby at the Manhattan Institute writes "The U.S. needs these laborers. The work they do is essential to our prosperity — our need will only expand in the decades to come. As the labor force grows older and more middle class, citizens will be even less willing to work as busboys and in the fields. And no serious political thinker believes it makes sense to deport the millions of these laborers already here — that's a nonstarter for both economic and humanitarian reasons. Either immigrant workers will come illegally and live underground — a vast black market for labor with all the problems that creates for them and the communities they settle in — or we can regularize and regulate the flow, for their benefit and ours."
Undocumented In Maryland Can Get Driver's Licence
The Washington Times reports on an opinion by Maryland's attorney general which makes it possible for undocumented aliens to get driver's licenses.
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