REAL ID And US Citizens
The impact of REAL ID's de facto national ID card requirement will be felt mostly by US citizens, and not by the undocumented. Enforcement of REAL ID by those who have to administer it on a day-to-day basis will lead to the unintended consequences of racial profiling coupled with the inevitable increase in the time for every US citizen to obtain a drivers license at the Department of Motor Vehicles. It is possible that Congress will have to undo REAL ID before it takes effect in DMVs across the country. The anti-immigrationists' efforts are futile because they are fighting globalization and immigration which are two of the strongest and irreversible historical trends of our time.
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THE PERM BOOK by Joel Stewart
This book consists of four parts:
Table of Contents of Part 3: Articles On Specific PERM Topics
- A section-by-section interpretation of the PERM rule by Joel Stewart and his commentary on the rule
- A "How To" section with Joel Stewart's tips on filling out Form 9089
- Articles by many noted practitioners on specific topics arising from the PERM rule. See Table of Contents Below.
- Essential rereference material including: The PERM rule, key Department of Labor contact information and jurisdiction, Full SOC Definitions for occupations surveyed by OES in SOC code order, and DOL memos on Prevailing Wage.
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- Aliens Of Exceptional Ability In The Performing Arts By Howard L. Kushner
- Appeals/Requests For Review Under PERM By Joan Mathieu
- Combination Of Occupations By Christopher A. Wilburn
- Dangers In The Attestation Process By Ramon Carrion
- PERM And Schedule A Healthcare Occupations By Sherry Neal
- PERM And The Household Domestic Service Worker By Nancy M. Lawrence
- Preparation Of PERM Recruitment Report And Supporting Documentation By Carl Shusterman And Alison Walters
- Prevailing Wage Determinations Under PERM By Lawrence H. Rudnick
- Professional Recruitment Requirements Under PERM By Edwin R. Rubin
- Revocation Of Labor Certification By Michael E. Piston
- Rights And Obligations Of Attorney And Agents Under PERM By Nancy Jo-Merritt
- Risks And Ethics In PERM By Richard J. Tasoff
- The Alien's Influence And Control Over The Job Opportunity By Leon Wildes
- The DOT SVP Vs. The O*NET Job Zones By Lori S. Melton And Roxana C. Bacon
- The Impact Of PERM On Experience Gained On The Job And Alternative Experience By Nathan A. Waxman
- What Is "Permanent" And "Full Time" Employment By Timothy M. Spridgeon
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CRS Report On Border and Transportation Security
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I know that at this point you have all been deluged with e-mails, 50 big names supporting one candidate, another 50 supporting another candidate. It has become a nuisance, even for the candidates. My children even suggested that they send an e-mail - I guess David's father had the same idea.
I am a second generation American. My four grandparents came from eastern Europe. I come from a close family and shared a bedroom with my grandmother, a Russian immigrant, pretty much my entire life. No, I did not choose to become an immigration lawyer because of my grandparents. They wouldn't even talk about the past. It was too painful for them to discuss their lives in Europe and because of that I know too little about my heritage. What I do know is that my grandparents did not want to come to America. They had to come to America. They did not experience joy in America, they experienced sorrow.
Foreign nationals don't always come to this country because they want to. They often come here, like my grandparents, because they have to. They leave family members, businesses, professions, homes, cultures and more behind. I know too well that life isn't easy for newcomers to this country. The hardships they face are often compounded by lack of economic means, a challenging business environment, and little or no family support. I know all too well the desperation in their eyes and in their hearts and for what — the hope of a better future, if not for themselves, then for their children. The human aspect of immigration has been discounted by this country. In the end, we need to remember that what we do, business or enforcement, is help people. AILA is a good organization to have so many bright and caring individuals interested in leading it. AILA is a good organization for having so many members who devote their careers to actually helping people. We all need to work a little bit harder in our communities, with the media and with our representatives to point out the humanity of immigration. Regardless of the results of this election, I hope that the interest in this election filters over to interest in working to bring out the human aspect of immigration and its benefits to this country.
Tammy Fox-Isicoff, Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff P.A.
Has anyone received acceptance from the DOL for PERM? I have been reading Immigration Daily & have not yet seen any good news about anyone getting through.
I was shocked when I heard the degrading remarks made by Mexican President Vincente Fox when he stated Mexicans will take jobs that even African Americans will not.
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