Free Workshop With Attorney/Designer
Peter Boyd will be the featured speaker at ILW.COM's telephonic workshop on
Tuesday, December 30th (1:15pm ET to 2pm ET). Mr. Boyd is a Florida
attorney and president of PaperStreet Web Design, Inc. He has consulted on
over 100 web sites since he began designing in 1996 and has launched over
50 in the past two years. His articles on web design and marketing for
lawyers have appeared in numerous law-related publications.
Discussion outline: "Marburymadison.com - How to generate clients from your web site"
Some of his articles are:
This telephonic workshop is offered free of charge to members in good
standing of ILW.COM's directory
of immigration lawyers. Those interested in participating should send a
registration request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Web site design overview
- Bad designs: learn good design by viewing bad designs
- What your web site should include
- Search engine optimization overview
- Search engine optimization facts & myths
- Other internet marketing techniques overview
- Pay per click advertising campaigns
- Banner advertisements
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Statement by the President on the Republican Position on Immigration: Presidential Paper Historical Series
President Truman sent this message to Congress on October 20, 1952.
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Immigration Law News
US Refugee Policy Overview
The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor of the Department of State released the efforts of the US for the past decade in meeting the needs of refugees worldwide who have faced religious persecution.
USCIS Seeks Comments
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services sought comments on: Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker, Form I-129; and Health and Human Services Statistical Data for Refugee Asylee Adjusting Status, Form I-643.
CBP Seeks Comments
The Customs and Border Protection sought comments on Application for Checkpoint Pre-enrolled Access Lane, Form I-866.
US And Mexico To Resume Immigration Talks In January
The San Francisco Chronicle reports "President Vicente Fox said Thursday he has agreed with US President George W. Bush to hold a private meeting during January's Summit of the Americas, to restart talks on immigration reform."
Wal-Mart Says It Had Been Working With ICE For Past 3 Years On Immigration Probe
USA Today reports "Wal-Mart spokeswoman told The Associated Press on Friday that the company had been cooperating with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement investigators for three years and didn't think Wal-Mart was a target. But, after the raids, the government told the company that agents weren't satisfied with Wal-Mart's level of cooperation."
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Case Management Technology
Secure 2003 pricing throughout 2004 - Contact the VISAPREP sales team before December 30th to schedule a 25-minute telephone demonstration - we'll guarantee 2003 pricing throughout 2004. VISAPREP offers flexible solutions ranging from simple forms
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Help Wanted: Experienced Immigration Specialists/Paralegals
Greenberg Traurig, a large international law firm, has openings in its Tysons Corner, VA office for experienced immigration specialists/paralegals. Positions require a Bachelors degree and a minimum 2+ yrs of experience in the immigration field. Strong organizational, written, computer and verbal skills are required. Fluency in Spanish preferred. Excellent benefits and compensation package offered. Send resume + cover letter, including salary requirements by (fax) 703-714-8378 or (email) firstname.lastname@example.org.
J-1 Training Visa Sponsor
Discover the ease and flexibility of the J-1 training visa with Aiesec United States. At Aiesec, we provide an unparalleled commitment to customer service, offering 24 to 48 hour turnaround on approved J-1 training visa applications, free consultation on potential training programs and a wealth of information about J-1 training visa regulations. We also offer
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Communications, Education, Social Sciences, Library Science, Counseling and Social Services, Management, Business, Commerce and Finance, The Sciences, Engineering, Architecture, Mathematics and Industrial Occupations, Public Administration and Law. You can learn more about Aiesec and the J-1 training visa at http://evp.aiesecus.org or by calling Jim Kelly at (212) 757-3774 ext.222.
Help Wanted: Experienced Paralegals
The Law Offices of Bernard P. Wolfsdorf seek to hire experienced paralegals for its South Bay, Southern CA office and New York, NY offices. Bachelor's degree required. Ideal candidates should have experience with all aspects of business immigration. Responsibilities include: preparation of all types of immigrant visa petitions, labor certifications (RIR and traditional), adjustment of status and consular processing applications, and preparation of all types of nonimmigrant visa petitions (particularly Hs, Ls, TNs, and Os). Paralegals will manage caseloads with large degree of independence, communicate with clients regarding procedural and case processing issues, update and maintain client status reports, prepare bills, and serve as a team resource. Applicants should submit resume + cover letter to specific desired location: South Bay applicants: fax Michele Buchanan at 310-540-3147 or email to MBuchanan@wolfsdorf.com; New York applicants: fax Frieda Wong at 212-899-5041 or email to FWong@wolfsdorf.com. The Law Offices of Bernard P. Wolfsdorf is an equal opportunity employer.
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Letters to the Editor
In response to a recent item, "Dallas Immigration Attorney's Law License Is Suspended" in Immigration Daily...while Ms. Shelton's problems developed from her attempt to hustle immigration cases, I know of no one who would refer to her as an "immigration attorney".
Eugene J. Flynn
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