DOL has issued guidance on the new 4-tier Prevailing Wage system.
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1st Circuit Court Of Appeals Decision On Arriving Aliens, Adjustment Of Status And Removal Proceedings
Christina La Brie writes "Despite its limitation to the First Circuit, this decision is significant because it opens the door for arriving aliens in other jurisdictions to make the argument that they should be permitted to apply for adjustment of status."
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DOL Issues Guidance On Determing Wage Levels Under PERM
The Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor issued guidance providing step-by-step procedure for selecting the appropriate wage level for prevailing wage purposes.
DOL Issues PERM FAQs
The Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor issued frequently asked questions based on the PERM rule.
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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
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The REAL ID Act, is a Berlin like wall at our borders, strict immigration laws won't save Americans from terrorism and worldwide competition (3/8/05 ID comment). Unless, there are global equal prosperity, hope, opportunities and security, immigration and job outsourcing will always be global problems and we can't complain about them without giving real solutions. Globalization means capital will flow to anywhere providing the highest return and where the best paid jobs go to the best people based on skill and merits, regardless of citizenship. Everybody including Americans is subject to fierce global competition. An attractive and competitive US is the only answer for US prosperity and survival. US citizens or not, having IDs or not won't make the difference if the security screeners at our airports, federal buildings and other public facilities and our intelligence services don't do their job properly and apply no common sense to crime and terrorism prevention and vigilance. We need better intelligence, stricter gun ownership laws and vigilance on public safety not increasing the hassle for harmless paying passengers that will hurt airline business, punishing refugees and hardworking harmless immigrants seeking jobs that Americans are not filling. We need immediate common sense on immigration policies by encouraging good foreign investors, tourists, students and immigrants to benefit our economy and discouraging lazy welfare seekers, criminals and terrorists to harm us.
Although we disagree entirely on the solutions to the illegal immigration problem, I thank Mr. Alexander for his reasoned reply (3/09/05 ID) to my letter (3/8/05 ID). At least it shows the subject can be discussed without the need for personal attacks and vilification. If only more public discourse by our political and media people could be in the same vein, meaningful and necessary compromises leading to solutions could occur.
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Alejandro Gutiérrez has returned to solo practice in Buffalo, New York. He will continue to limit his practice to immigration law and criminal matters involving noncitizens. Alejandro, who was born in Colombia, received his law degree from the State University at New York, Buffalo Law School and is admitted to practice in New York State. The Law Offices of Alejandro
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