All-Day PERM Workshop In NYC
ILW.COM is pleased to bring you an all-day PERM event. The location is 32nd
and Broadway in New York City. The speakers include Joel Stewart, Angelo
Paparelli, and several other distinguished practitioners shortly to be
announced. A detailed curriculum will be posted shortly. The topics will
include absolutely everything that is currently important in obtaining PERM
benefits for applicants (that's why this is an ALL-DAY event). The size of
the class is strictly limited to ensure that every participant can interact
with the speakers for issues of importance in the participant's PERM
practice. For more info,
including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information,
please see: http://www.ilw.com/workshops/december2005perm.shtm. (Fax version, please see: http://www.ilw.com/workshops/december2005perm.pdf).
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New Seminar With Angelo Paparelli
ILW.COM is pleased to present a new 3-part cutting-edge telephonic seminar
series with Angelo Paparelli. For more info,
including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please
see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/december2005.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/december2005.pdf.)
Rise, Peak, And Decline: Trends In US Immigration 1992-2004
Jeffrey S. Passel and Roberto Suro for the Pew Hispanic Center write "... both the increases and decreases in migration flows over the past 15 years coincided with sharp changes in the U.S. economy."
USCIS Releases Latest H Cap Count
USCIS published the most recent H-cap count.
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New Associate - Phoenix, AZ
Littler Mendelson Bacon & Dear PLLC is pleased to announce that Romulo E. Guevara, Esq. has joined the Phoenix office. He can be reached at 3003 North Central Avenue, Suite 700, Phoenix, AZ 85012. (Ph) 1-602-240-6855. (Fax) 1-602-257-0600.
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The CRS report featured on 12/2/05 ID appears incorrect. This is the S2R report not one on immigration legislation. Could you provide the link to the immigration
Editor's Note: Thanks to our reader for pointing out our error, it has been corrected.
I wonder why among the strict immigration enforcers, such as R. L. Ranger's letter (12/02/05 ID), nobody cheers going after the
employers. It definitely makes more sense than
spending $8 billion of my tax dollars on a mythical
fence or hiring low-skilled unmotivated workers to
chase people at the border. A waste of money on a
demagogic plan based on unproven security assumptions.
It will be more big government that does not deliver,
as we have seen in the recent past. By going after the
infringing employers the government will collect money
through fines, create economic incentives for
unauthorized worker to return to their countries and
open new positions for those with work authorizations,
all at the same time. Isn't this a win-win situation?
Perhaps they just want the scare mongering show off
but they overlook the guilt of the employer in their
communities that enslave unauthorized workers and
subject legal foreign workers to involuntary servitude
conditions through the flawed employer-dependent
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