Eat Worms And Beetles, Get A Green Card
The latest reality show, "Win The Green", is a show with a twist - the winner wins an immigration attorney's services to obtain a green card. The hit show with an estimated one million viewers has generated much controversy. According to a recent Washington Times article, critics who include the Southern California AILA chapter have asked that the show be canceled. The show's producers deny the show exploits illegal aliens and have no plans to cancel it. Immigration attorneys should take note of the show because it perpetuates a myth that many immigrants have, that an immigration attorney can guarantee a green card. This is simply not true. Even the best immigration attorney may be helpless in situations where the law is not on the alien's side. In fact, the vast majority of undocumented aliens need action by Congress to get a green card, not any action at this time by any immigration attorney. The popularity of the show highlights the elephant in the room which is our large undocumented population. Except for a few misguided and misinformed persons, no one in their right mind in America would believe that it is even possible to deport millions of undocumented without visiting unprecedented harm upon American citizens. Legalization is the obvious solution to this unfortunate situation.
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Immigration Law Conferences
DHS has issued new Section 343 rules requiring foreign health care workers who are seeking temporary or permanent occupational visas or Trade NAFTA status to obtain a special visa certification in order to provide health care services in this country. The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS)/International Commission on Healthcare Professions (ICHP) are sponsoring a special educational program in your community about the new DHS rules. The new federal DHS rules apply to: Registered nurses and licensed practical (vocational) nurses, Audiologists, Physical Therapists, Medical Technicians, Occupational Therapists, Medical Laboratory Technologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Physician Assistants. Upcoming session locations include: Miami, FL - Monday, Aug. 23, Philadelphia, PA- Monday, Aug.16, Seattle, WA - Monday, Sept. 27, New York, NY - Monday, Oct. 4, San Francisco, CA - Monday, Oct. 18th, Atlanta, GA - Monday, Nov. 1st. To register, contact Marla Downing at: email@example.com, (ph) 215-222-8454, x.242, or visit http://www.cgfns.org/cgfns/newsandevents/specialevents.html
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Immigration Daily is a valuable source for us minority press people to get to know what
is going on in immigration decisions. We especially rely on your immigration "news" to get information.
Your recent editorial stated that you will no longer pay attention to family matters, such as marriages. Your coverage of important court rulings on
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Please do not give it up. We need them and we wish you all the success.
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Attached are an abridged summary and detailed meeting minutes of the meeting held by the State Bar of Texas Committee on Laws
Relating to Immigration & Nationality in Harlingen, Texas, on August 13, 2004. What made this meeting so interesting is that we had managers from the USCIS, CBP, and ICE all talking with us in the same room.
Chair State Bar of Texas Committee on Laws Relating to Immigration & Nationality
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Fernando M Socol, formerly of Bratter Krieger LLP has become a partner of Gerardin & Socol, P.A. in North Miami Beach. Mr. Socol will handle the firm's business immigration department. The firm will continue to concentrate on immigration matters. Offices are located in North Miami Beach at 633 NE 167 St, Suite 501, N. Miami Beach, FL 33162, and in Homestead.
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