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Tuesday, September 21st is the deadline to register for "Sanctuary!
To Winning In Asylum Practice" - a three part (90 min each) telephonic
seminar on cutting-edge issues in asylum law. The panelists include
distinguished experts on asylum: Joseph A. Vail, Mark S. Davidson, Regina
Germain, Nancy Kelly, Kirsten Schlenger, Mark Von Sternberg, Lynn Susser
and Virgil Wiebe.
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Preparing For PERM With Joel Stewart
The curriculum for "Preparing For PERM With Joel Stewart" is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on September 30th: Current issues including Backlog
SECOND Phone Session on October 21st: Appellate issues
- National and Regional Backlogs
- Doctrine of Backlog Reduction: Myth or Reality?
- Analysis of the Backlog Reduction Rule
- Telephonic Tour of Philadelphia and Dallas Centers
- Major Current Issues in Labor Cert Processing
- Practice Pointers: Recruitment and Documentary Requirements
THIRD Phone Session on November 4th: PERM issues
- General Characteristics of Notice of Findings and Final
- Reconsideration of Final Determinations
- Appeal of Final Determinations to BALCA
- Federal Court litigation: formulating a Strategy that works for
- Jurisdictional issues
- Challenging The Regs
The deadline to register is Tuesday, September 28th. For more info,
detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/september2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/september2004.pdf.)
- Implementation of PERM
- Simultaneous Processing, Withdrawals, Priority Dates, &
- Advantages and Disadvantages of PERM
- Practical Tips on Processing PERM
- DOL Audits - what can Employers expect
- Role of SWA in PERM, Backlog Reduction, and other Pipeline Cases
Asylum Resource Series: Russian Federation and Ukraine
USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center offers asylum information on Russian Federation and Ukraine.
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9th Circuit Says 241(a)(5), 245(i), And 212(a) Should Harmonize With One Another
In Perez v. Ashcroft, No. 02-73294 (9th Cir. Aug. 13, 2004), the court said that the statutory provisions in 241(a)(5), 245(i), and 212(a) should be read to harmonize with one another, rather than allowing 241(a)(5) to render the other provisions totally or partially meaningless.
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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: 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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