Joel Stewart's BALCA Review
We are pleased to feature Joel Stewart's BALCA review in today's Immigration Daily, with Mr. Stewart's commentary on four recent BALCA decisions of note/interest. Mr. Stewart is well known for his cogent and penetrating analysis and also for his willingness to share his considerable knowledge with the immigration bar. For the item, see here.
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Joel Stewart's BALCA Review
Joel Stewart presents a summary of recent notable BALCA decisions.
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Immigration Law News
USCIS Launches Pilot Program In Dallas District Office To Concurrently Process I-130s And I-485s
The USCIS announced the kickoff of its pilot program in the Dallas District Office to concurrently adjudicate I-130s and I-485s in a remarkably short timespan. For the fact sheet, see here. For the press release, see here.
OIL Immigration Litigation Bulletin: July 2003
The Office of Litigation of the Department of Justice released the July 2003 issue of its publication, Immigration Litigation Bulletin.
British Writer McEwan Receives "Extremely Rare" Apology From CBP For Border Delay
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports "British writer Ian McEwan was "erroneously" prevented from entering the United States  and has received an "extremely rare" letter of apology from the [CBP].
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