Bridging Immigration Schism
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Chaos On The U.S. – Mexico Border: A Report On Migrant Crossing Deaths, Immigrant Families And Subsistence – Level Laborers
Donald Kerwin of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. details the problems and challenges facing migrants and newcomers along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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DOS Says 52,868 Refugees Admitted In FY 04
The US Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration announced that refugee admissions in Fiscal Year 2004 was 52,868. For the press release, see here. For the October issue of US Refugee Admissions Program News, see here.
CRS Report On Border Security
The Congressional Research Service issued a report on inspections practices, policies, and issues related to border security.
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Now that the H-1B cap of 65,000 visas has been reached
so early it appears that American employers will be
forced to ship more jobs overseas.
I totally agree with Mr. Salike's letter. For the past several years we have tried to obtain support for the abolishment of this degrading way to obtain P.R. It started with Sen. Kennedy giving preference to Irish Nationals. It has outlived its usefulness (for him, anyway) It takes up the time of USCIS adjudicators as well as Consulate officers' time. We still have a backlog of worthy potential P.R's with all of the 2002 and 2003 I-485's E.B's. Can someone influential out there start a campaign? Is AILA strong enough?
S. Salike's letter calls for abolishing the DV-lottery with respect to family-based visas. It is just like parrallel lines that never meet. Most DV applicants are not qualified for family-based visas. When they were denied that opportunity, none was available to obtain permanent residency.
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