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The vicious stabbing and beating of two illegal day laborers, lured to a basement under the pretext of a job in Farmingville, NY is the subject of a thought-provoking documentary by Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini. "Farmingville" examines the impact of 1,500 Mexican workers in the quiet suburban community of 15,000 in Long Island. With the hopes of legalization on the horizon, "Farmingville" raises important questions on the future of immigration law and labor in the US. Farmingville is available now on DVD.

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PERM Books Hot Off The Press

ILW.COM is proud to present books on PERM, incorporating both reference material and analyses.

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 April 2005). For more info, and to order, see here.


Lessons Learned From the Legalization Programs Of The 1980s
David North for the Center For Immigration Studies writes "With the [] Bush Administration thinking about revising (and loosening) the immigration law, it might be helpful to look back to the late 1980s to review what happened when the government last attempted a major approach to the problem of illegal migration."

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EOIR Issues Latest Disciplinary Actions
The Executive Office for Immigration Review issued the latest disciplinary actions: three attorneys were immediately suspended; three received final orders.

USCIS Issues TPS, EAD Reminder For Eligible Salvadorans
The USCIS issued a reminder to eligible Salvadorans to re-register for temporary protected status by March 8, 2005. The USCIS also issued a reminder that existing TPS-based employment authorization has been extended for six months thru September 9, 2005. For the TPS reminder, see here. For the EAD reminder, see here.

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Fast-paced, nationally recognized immigration law firm in Washington, D.C., seeks highly motivated, detail-oriented individual for business immigration paralegal position. Strong organizational, writing, & interpersonal skills required. Prior business immigration experience a plus, but not required. Great oppty. for individuals interested in challenging, exciting work dealing with int'l clientele with excellent career advancement possibilities. Excellent work environment, competitive salary/benefits. Visit Send resume, salary requirements, & references to Noel Adams: No calls please.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
MacDonald Hoague & Bayless seeks a full-time associate attorney for a business immigration position to join its 16 lawyer Seattle-based firm. The caseload will primarily consist of labor certifications and other immigrant visa related matters for corporate clients. Position requires excellent organizational, analytical and writing skills. Two years of prior business immigration experience required. We offer a quality work environment, excellent benefits and a tradition of legal activism. Email resume + writing sample to Tara Binge: Applications accepted until April 15, 2005.

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Immigration Law Conference
Save The Dates - April 25-26, 2005. The CMS-Fordham 28th National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy. Sponsored by the Center for Migration Studies (CMS) and the Fordham Law School, in Collaboration with the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) Program. Location: The Fordham Law School, New York, New York. Topics will include: Is Big Brother watching: using technology to improve both security and service, the impact that security checks and delays are having on artists, entertainers, schools and businesses, civil liberties and rights for nonimmigrants in the brave new post 9-11 world, international human rights developments related to migration, emerging issues in business immigration, workplace enforcement issues in the twenty-first century, prospects for immigration reform in the 109th Congress, plus 2 special programs: getting ready for legalization and getting ready for PERM: a nuts and bolts overview. Representatives from the government, nongovernmental organizations and private practice have been invited. For additional information, please go to

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Moore & Van Allen, a general business and litigation firm with 240 lawyers in three offices, is one of the largest firms in North Carolina. We have an opportunity for a qualified individual to join our Charlotte office as an entry-level immigration paralegal. Full-time entry level paralegal position requires 1-2 years corporate immigration experience, excellent technical skills and attention to detail. Successful candidate will be integrated into a large corporate immigration team. Overtime required as needed. We offer a competitive salary and excellent employee benefits. Send resume in confidence to Candy Komornik at: or by fax: (704) 339-5906.

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Reeves and Associates, one of the largest, oldest and most respected immigration firms in California seeks highly motivated and hard-working immigration attorney admitted to the CA bar with 5+ years immigration experience for its Pasadena, CA office. Ideal candidate should have extensive experience in immigration law (family, business, immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, and deportation/removal), exceptional writing and editorial ability, case management skills and ability to supervise and coach support staff. Applicant needs to be detail oriented, highly organized, have people and case management skills, exceptional client service approach and be able to multi-task and manage a challenging and varied workload. R&A has an experienced support staff, state of the art technology and unsurpassed growth and learning potential, all in a very congenial environment. Submit resume with cover letter + salary history to Robert Reeves: or fax to (626) 795-4999.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Established boutique law firm in New York City seeks an experienced paralegal who desires to work from home, part-time. We specialize in O-1 and EB-1A in the arts and entertainment, with a selection of H-1, L-1 and family cases. The ideal candidate will: 1) have experience in our practice area, 2) have an interest and talent for organizing, excerpting and summarizing evidence in a lengthy submission letter (for O-1 and EB-1 cases), 3) be self-motivating, and will 4) work efficiently, timely and in an organized fashion. We communicate via emails and couriers. The candidate will augment our current team of telecommuting paralegals. We project 5-15 cases per month. The candidate must have necessary computer equipment, software and skills for this position. We pay by the hour or per case. Please forward detailed resume, writing sample for EB-1A case, and two references to:

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Readers are welcome to share their comments, email: (300-words or fewer preferred).

Dear Editor:
Mr. Alexander's letter (3/1/05 ID) incorrectly states that I wrote that 54 percent of "the US population" was against Bush's guest worker proposal. What I stated was that a poll of those attending the 32nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) opposed the Bush proposal. The point that seems to elude Mr. Alexander's letter is that while the restrictionists are branded as "right-wing" they could only muster a bare majority against the Bush proposal at the preeminent conference of the American Conservative Union. If the restrictionests cannot do better that 54% at the CPAC conference they have little hope of winning.

Eugene J. Flynn
Dallas, TX

Dear Editor:
Do you know of any organization that is a watchdog of INS/BCIS, on behalf of immigrants? We are having a problem with a citizenship application for our mother, and feel that this is probably being experienced by hundreds of thousands of others.

Jerome Wiley

Dear Editor:
Thanks for all your valuable information.

Proservice Auto


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New Offices
Attorney Dennis Febles announces the opening of Febles Law Offices, located in downtown Haverhill, Massachusetts, at 359 Main Street, 978-521-6677. Febles Law Offices concentrates primarily on immigration law and speaks fluent Spanish. Febles received his JD degree from the New England School of Law in Boston, MA. Febles also holds a Master of Arts degree in criminal justice and a B.S. in criminal justice and legal studies, where he graduated summa cum laude, from the University of Lowell. Febles has 20+ years of law enforcement and extensive military experience, and is a member of AILA, the ABA, and the MBA.

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