Admissibility, Removal, Financial Issues In Family Immigration
ILW.COM is pleased to present a discussion on Admissibility, Removal,
Financial Issues In Family Immigration in our telephonic seminar series
titled ""All In The Family" - Current Issues In Family-Based Immigration."
The curriculum for the December 11th phone session is as follows:
The deadline to register is Tuesday, December 9th. For more info, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/november2003.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/november2003.pdf.)
- Entry issues-245(i)
- Arrests, inadmissibility-waivers
- 3 and 10 year bar waivers
- Removal Defense
- New procedures for NTAs
- Recent changes in enforcement practices
- Affidavits of support
Curriculum For "By Air, Land And Sea - When The POE Becomes A Brick Wall"
The curriculum for ILW.COM's new seminar is as follows:
"By Air, Land And Sea - When The POE Becomes A Brick Wall"
FIRST Phone Session on December 18:
"My Cousin Is At The Airport and They Won't Let Her In" The Entry Process and How to Get In
1. The ABC's of Entry - The Entry Process
2. Who Is An "Arriving" Alien
- Each Step, What They Do (Their Purpose)
- General Pitfalls To Be Aware Of
3. Expedited Removal
- The Problem of Immigrant Intent
- Unlawful Presence as a Ground for Inadmissibility
- "Returning" Residents and the Use of Reentry Permits
4. How To Get Relief from Expedited Removal - Challenging Prior
- When Does It Apply
- Procedure That Is Followed
- No Judicial Review
5. IBIS Checks and Other Data Checks
6. Other Relief
- TECS - Treasury Enforcement Computer Systems
- NAILS - National Automated Immigration Lockout System
- Reentry Permits
SECOND Phone Session on January 14:
"I need my TN ASAP so I don't miss my flight" A focus on Canadian and
Mexican Borders Issues
1. Border Adjudications-NAFTA
2. Update on Border Crossing Points
- The process
- The problems - Dual intent, Self employment, Specific occupation
- Canadians at the Mexican border
- The Mexican process
3. Border Crossing Documents
- Where to go
- Who to see
- Attorney presence
4. TCN's in Canada
- Who gets them
- Who needs them
- Passport requirements
THIRD Phone Session on February 12:
"My Friend Has An 'Interesting' Case And He Can't Seem To Get Back Into
The U.S." Problems Which May Keep People Out
1. Impediments to Entry
2. C & D Visa Entries
- Failing to Register Under NSEERS
- Procedure and proof of NSEER registration
- Where and how to leave the U.S.
- Where and how to register upon return
- Abandonment of LAPR
- Last Action Rule
- Travel ability of 'Ported' aliens
- Returning while 'EOS' & 'COS' are pending
- Intending students
- Data sharing between DOS & USCIS
3. PFI Inspections - Problems unique to PFI's
4. Seizures and Forfeitures
6. Technology alert list (TAL)
7. Use of FOIA
8. Section 110 - Integrated Entry/Exit System - Biometrics
The deadline to register is Tuesday, December 16th. For more info, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/december2003.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/december2003.pdf.)
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Immigration Law News
Unwise BIA Decision Is Not Reviewable
In Singh v. Ashcroft, No. 02-16476 (9th Cir. Dec. 5, 2003), the court said that an argument that the BIA came to "an unwise yet lawful conclusion" was not an argument that alleged constitutional or statutory error in the removal process. The court also said that the federal courts had habeas jurisdiction to adjudicate an Alien's CAT claim against the BIA.
Director Aguirre On Immigration Benefits
USCIS Director Aguirre spoke at The Summit Institute's International Forum New Directions entitled "Managing the Canada/US Relationship" where he said, "USCIS is exclusively dedicated to adjudications and services. And, though we are not a true enforcement entity, often our answer to an application for an immigration benefit is- no."
Texas Attorney General Moves To Seize Suspended Immigration Counseling Service
The Dallas Morning News reports "Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott asked a judge Tuesday to seize a suspended Dallas priest's immigration counseling service, saying the charity has violated a deal that let it stay open after a state investigation this summer."
Customs Official Charged With Selling Fake Immigration Docs
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports "A Customs official was charged with selling bogus immigration documents and shepherding nearly 200 illegal aliens from India at Newark Liberty International Airport."
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Letters to the Editor
In the 12/04/03 Immigration Daily, you listed an item re: Nursing Shortage Eased with Immigrant Nurses, Nurses over 50+ years of age. I could not find this item.
Editor's Note: We apologize for our error and thank our eagle-eyed reader for pointing this out. Here's the link: http://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/index.ssf?/base/news-1/1070459043202160.xml to the above item.
In "Never Fear: The Old H-1(b) Wage Rules Are Still In Effect," by Linda M. Keck, Esq., it is stated that the employer must still pay the prevailing wage. That is misleading. The correct statement is that the employer must pay the "Required Wage," which is the greater of the "Prevailing Wage" and the "Actual Wage."
Andrea Wisner, Senior Associate Attorney
Dilip Patel, PA, Clearwater, Florida
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