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- thanks to Ed Rubin, a past AILA President, articles now appear in their entirety - multi-part articles have been eliminated
- a Fragomen attorney deserves credit for giving us the idea for our newest section "comingsNgoings"
- an email exchange with the late Steve Horton shaped our editorial policy of restraint by the editor in the letters to the Editor section, which is a community section
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DOL Releases Third Set Of PERM FAQs
The Employment and Training Administration of the DOL issued its third set of PERM FAQs dated May 4, 2005.
DOL Releases Backlog FAQs
The Employment and Training Administration of the DOL issued PERM backlog processing FAQs.
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Patsy P. Yung and Ben D. Huynh are proud to announce that we have joined Lynn Pham & Ross, LLP as Partners heading the firm's newly created Immigration Practice Group. We will provide representation on all matters related to U.S. employment and family based immigration. Lynn Pham & Ross, LLP is a leading Texas employment and labor boutique firm with focus on representing management in matters involving employment, labor, human resources, governmental relationships and litigation. Lynn, Pham & Ross, LLP, 8080 N. Central Expressway, Ste 400, Dallas, Texas 75206. Patsy P. Yung (214) 292-2830. Ben D. Huynh (214) 292-2828. Facsimile (214) 292-2829.
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In response to Mr. Lee's article (05/05/05 ID), the last sentence "that the agency would have had more backbone in defending its reading of the statute to allow all qualified H-1B applicants to apply instead of bowing to critics in Congress during the regulation's OMB clearance process." I disagree, the plain language reading of the law clearly states that congress intended to limit the 20,000 to Master degree or better. Further I'll note the Regulation does not make clear H1-B filers who have RFEs? Is this a considered a pending petition? Should the RFE response go to Vermont, even though Texas sent the RFE?
Kolette C. Kresses-Piasecki, Esq.
Niagara Falls, NY
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