The anti-immigrant immigration section of Wikipedia, a collaborative web-encyclopedia was the topic of our comment in the October 29, 2004 issue of Immigration Daily. We urged pro-immigration readers to add pro-immigration links which would hopefully, more accurately portray immigration issues in the US. We are pleased to note that a recent visit to Wikipedia shows that the anti-immigration or presence has decreased and a more balanced perspective on immigration is presented. Visit Wikipedia's immigration section and see for yourself.
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Fully-Indexed PERM Rule. This is a free soft-bound supplement to 20/22/28 CFR Plus, a part of Patel's Immigration Law Library. This book includes: (a) A comprehensive and easy-to-use 12 page topical index to the PERM Rule by P.J. Patel, author of Patel's Immigration Law Library; (b) 10 Key Questions on PERM by Gary Endelman; (c) The PERM World: A Temporary Answer to a Permanent Immigration Problem by David Nachman; and (d) DOL Memorandum: Technical Instructions Regarding Unprocessed Permanent Foreign Labor Certification Cases. This free soft-bound supplement is hot off the press and ready for shipment now! For more info on this essential reference resource, and to order, see here.
THE PERM BOOK - Labor Certification by Joel Stewart. This book is a detailed, in-depth, section-by-section analysis of the PERM rule by noted labor certification expert Joel Stewart, and will include additional essays by Gary Endelman and other distinguished attorneys. This book is being written for labor certification practitioners, and is not intended to decorate shelves, it will instead be a practical reference tool that we anticipate will be frequently consulted in preparing cases under the new PERM regime. Orders for this book will be shipped according to the principle first ordered, first shipped (the expected publication date is March 2005). For more info, and to order, see here.
Requiring A Foreign Language Under The New PERM Rule
Cyrus Mehta and Elizabeth T. Reichard write "It is not uncommon for employers to sponsor foreign national workers through the labor certification process because of their linguistic abilities."
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Here's a great naturalization story that I thought may be of interest. According to the Associated Press, a woman hitchhiked 170 miles to Seattle so that she could attend her January 20th naturalization ceremony and be sworn in as a US citizen.
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