Deadline Is Tuesday, May 18th
Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals will be the topic for our next telephonic seminar, Tuesday, May 18th is the deadline to register for this seminar. For more info, including
speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/april2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/april2004.pdf.)
Seminar On Nurses And Allied Health Care Professionals
The curriculum for our upcoming seminar on Nurses and allied Health Care
professionals is as follows:
1. Final rules related to the certification of foreign-educated healthcare
2. Schedule A Labor Certification Issues
- application to TN and temporary visas
- initial application and adjustment of status
- transition period
- USCIS approval of certifying agencies
- How the rule will affect recruitment
3. Other Hot Occupations for Immigrant Health Care Professionals
- Qualifying employment for Schedule A
- Visa processing in India and the Philippines
- Success rate on the NCLEX-RN for the foreign educated nurse
- Other countries for Nurse Recruitment
The deadline to register is Tuesday, May 18th. For more info, including
detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/april2004.shtm. (Fax version:
- Pharmacists, Dentists, and Chiropractors
- PTs, OTs, and other therapists
- Medical technologists
Asylum Resource Series: Honduras
USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center offers asylum information on Honduras.
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Immigration Law News
DOS Responds To Visa Waiver Program Expansion Query
During a Department of State press briefing, DOS Spokesman Boucher responded to the question, "How likely is it for the US to expand the Visa Waiver Program to include all EU members?"
"A Day Without A Mexican" Rekindles Immigration Debate
The Press Enterprise of Riverside, CA reports "This film, "A Day Without A Mexican" from Mexico-born filmmakers Sergio Arau and Yareli Arizmendi opens today, and it is already rekindling debate over immigration issues."
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Are you looking to join a fast-paced, dynamic and friendly team that provides first-rate immigration legal services to global businesses and individuals? Paparelli & Partners LLP, a leading immigration law firm with an established national practice, located in Irvine, California, has an immediate opening for an experienced Immigration Paralegal fluent in Japanese to work at our office in Irvine, California. If you have what it takes, you will work under the supervision of attorneys to serve multinational companies and high-achiever individuals in both employment-based and family-based immigration-related matters. You will use computer software extensively (research databases, Internet, MS Word, MS Outlook, Excel, ProLaw, Immigration Tracker, Power Point, etc.), and become immersed in cutting-edge immigration projects. Please contact us if you have six months or more of U.S. immigration experience, are a multi-talented, multi-tasker, detail oriented, express yourself well in person and on paper, work well on a team, love challenges, are willing to work hard, have a spotless ethical record and character, have a paralegal certificate or are otherwise qualified as a paralegal under California law. To pursue this exciting opportunity, email your resume to Chris McCoy at email@example.com. For background, see our web site: www.entertheusa.com.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
We're looking for our next immigration lawyer. We only want someone who is willing to be an entrepreneur and make a bet
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Discover the ease and flexibility of the J-1 training visa with Aiesec
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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 Conference
The Center for Migration Studies, in association with the Fordham School of
Law will present the 27th Annual National Legal Conference on Immigration
and Refugee Policy – "Navigating Through the Immigration Labyrinth in
Post-9/11 America" on May 25-26, 2004 in New York City. The conference will
consist of presentations + Q&A sessions on a wide-range of immigration
topics. Immigration professionals, government officials, HR professionals,
and non-profit reps should not miss the chance to hear noted experts in the
field speak. Speakers will include Stephen Fischel, Fujie Ohata, Michael
Aytes, Lynden Melmed, Harry Sheinfeld, Frank Sharry, Fran Berger, Naomi
Schorr, Lory Rosenberg, Thomas Mosely, Lucas Guttentag, Cyrus Mehta, Noemi
Masliah, Robert Gottfried, Deborah Anker, Michael Patrick, Don Kerwin,
Gemma Solimene, Mark Von Sternberg, Jennifer Gordon, Howard Gordon, Austin
Fragomen, Randel Johnson and others. Participants will have the rare opportunity to interact with key
policymakers at this unique international event. Topics will include the
transition to the DHS, including the impact of both policy and process, as
well as an overview of business, family, and asylum issues facing the
immigration law and policy community. In accordance with the requirements
of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board, the CMS-Fordham
conference will offer up to nine non-transitional credit hours which can be
credited toward the professional practice requirement. Discounted rates
are available for students, nonprofits and government employees. For more
info, including detailed curriculum, speaker line-up, and registration
information, visit: http://www.cmsny.org/27th-annual.htm.
Help Wanted: Experienced Immigration Attorney
Reeves & Associates (R&A), one of the largest, oldest and most successful
full service immigration law firms in California seeks an Immigration Attorney
with 3+ years experience in business immigration for its Pasadena, CA office. R&A offers a career position in a fast-paced environment for the ideal candidate. Candidates must have experience with immigrant visa
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Letters to the Editor
I have just gone through Immigration Daily with respect to nurses and allied health care workers. A couple of weeks ago Immigration Daily discussed skill worker visas for foreign health professionals. It seems health professionals are the hot-cake in the US now. The new recruitment is coming up soon in Asia (India etc). What about Engineers and
Scientist which concern me most? I have been trying the Visa lottery for the past eight years without success and I also participated most recently in the 2005 Visa Lottery.
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