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An Immigration Roundup
Jose Latour provides select highlights of immigration events in March 2004.
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Sworn Affidavit Necessary Where NOF Rebuttal Mistakenly Packaged
In the Matter of William & Melissa Gildin, No. 2003-INA-60 (BALCA, Mar. 16, 2004), a case where rebuttal to a Notice of Finding had allegedly been sent in the same envelope as documents pertaining to another case, the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals said that the certified mail receipt was not proof of timely submission and suggested that a sworn affidavit would be necessary.
Governor Jeb Bush Endorses Issuing Driver's Licenses To Undocumented
The Miami Herald reports Govenor Jeb Bush saying "Rigorous screening standards would ensure recipients "won't be terrorists," [as he] strongly endorsed issuing state driver's licenses to both illegal immigrants and foreign nationals who make Florida home for part of the year."
Individual Is Sentenced To 10 Years For Immigration Fraud Scheme
The Los Angeles Times reports "The leader of an immigration fraud ring who posed as a retired federal judge and staged phony citizenship ceremonies for her victims was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years and a month in prison."
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