Today's issue of Immigration Daily has various items of interest. President Bush spoke on his immigration reform initiative, we carry a particularly large number and variety of classifieds ads today, in addition to our usual features. Please scroll down to find the items of interest to you, and click on the links to get the original material.
E-Mail Etiquette For Lawyers - Free Workshop For Immigration Attorneys
Carol L. Schlein, Esq. will discuss E-Mail Ettiquette For Lawyers in our
telephonic workshop on April 1st.
About the speaker:
- Carol L. Schlein, Esq. is an attorney and president of Law Office Systems, Inc., a training and consulting firm specializing in the automation needs of law firms and small businesses in Northern New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area.
- Carol was recently honored as the “Legal Technology Consultant of the Year 2003" by The Technolawyer Inc. The Technolawyer is the largest legal technology online discussion service in the U.S. with more than 9000 subscribers.
- Ms. Schlein has been a contributing author for many books published by the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association.
- Ms. Schlein is a frequent lecturer on topics of law office automation for the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, and other organizations.
Immigration Daily Articles by Carol Schlein:
This 45-minute long free workshop for immigration lawyers will be on
Thursday, April 1st (1.15pm to 2pm ET). This telephonic workshop is only
offered to members in good standing of ILW.COM's directory of immigration lawyers, and is free of charge. Requests for registration should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tech War Stories: Oh, the Goofs I've Seen And Other Tales Of Woe
Carol L. Schlein, Esq. writes "As a legal technology consultant working mostly with solo, small- and medium-sized law firms, I have seen many counterproductive steps taken in the name of moving a firm forward. Hopefully, by sharing some of these errors, I can spare your firm the same, often costly, gaffes." The author is the Featured Speaker at ILW.COM's telephonic workshop on April 1st. For more information, please see: http://www.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/news/2004,0325-directory.shtm.
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Immigration Law News
President Bush Says When Immigration System Is Broke, Reform Is Needed
During remarks by the President to the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, President Bush said, "When the [immigration law] system is broke, we need to reform it."
DOS Spokesman Responds To China's Objections To US-VISIT And Delay Of Biometric Requirement For Visa Waiver Program
During a Department of State briefing, DOS Spokesman responded to queries on China's objections to US-VISIT fingerprinting program and the possible delay of biometric passport requirements for the Visa Waiver program.
USCIS Issues Reminder To Obtain Advance Parole Before Traveling Aboard
The USCIS issued a travel advisory reminding individuals that advance parole be submitted to the USCIS (Form I-131) before traveling abroad.
Guest Worker Residency Legislation Is Gaining Momentum
The Los Angeles Times reports "Now that President Bush's immigration reform plan seems dead for this year, a less ambitious proposal to offer about 500,000 undocumented farmworkers legal residency is taking on a life of its own."
CBP Commissioner Says There's No Correlation Between Increased Border Crossings And President Bush's Immigration Reform Initiative
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports "In a recent interview, Robert Bonner, commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, disputed allegations by Border Patrol union officials that increasing numbers of border crossers have been citing Bush's plan as a reason for coming."
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Labor Certification Advertising
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
The Law Offices of Bernard P. Wolfsdorf seek to hire an associate attorney with 1-2 years experience in immigration for its
Pacific Palisades, CA office. 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). Will manage caseloads with large degree of independence, communicate with and maintain client status reports, prepare bills, and serve as a team resource. Applicants should submit resume + cover letter to T.L. Loke Walsh: fax (310) 573-5093; or
Immigration Law Books
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Help Wanted: Experienced Immigration Attorney
Anthony Olson, P.A., http://www.immigrationvisausa.com, an immigration law firm in Sarasota, FL, specializing in employment and family immigration law seeks an experienced immigration attorney. Applicants should have 2+ years employment-based immigration experience (particularly with labor certs, EB-1's, Hs, L's, O/P's) and foreign language skills (particularly Spanish or German). We offer friendly and flexible working conditions + competitive benefits package. Applicants must be conscientious, self-reliant, detail-oriented, and well-organized. Salary is commensurate with experience. Submit resume to Tony Olson by fax: 941-362-7107 or email: email@example.com.
Help Wanted: Experienced Paralegals And Support Staff
Bratter Krieger LLP, a full service immigration law firm located in Miami Beach, FL seeks experienced paralegals and support staff to join its winning team. Paralegals must have minimum 2+ years experience in all business (NIVs-E, H, L, and O/P's) and family immigrant visa categories; EB-1 experience preferred. Bilingual skills are required (fluency in Spanish or Portuguese). Bratter Krieger LLP offers an excellent working environment plus a competitive benefits package. Applicants should be organized and motivated. Salary is commensurate with experience. Submit resume to Michael Work by fax: (305) 695-4398 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Labor Certification Advertising
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Effective April 15, 2004, requests to expedite applications and petitions will only be accepted at the Texas Service Center's new fax number 214-962-2632. Attached is the notice from the Texas Service Center.
Chair State Bar Of Texas Committee on Laws Relating to Immigration & Nationality
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