Green Card Recall
According to the Los Angeles Time, incorrect residency start dates caused by computer error led to a recall of 60,000+ green cards. For the full story, see here.
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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
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The Role of Immigrants In The US Labor Market
Nabeel A. Alsalam and Ralph E. Smith of the Congressional Budget Office write "a large number of studies have attempted to estimate the effects of immigration on native workers, but their conclusions reveal little consensus."
CRS Report On DHS Reorganization
The Congressional Research Service issued a report summarizing the conclusions and proposals resulting from Secretary Michael Chertoff's comprehensive second stage review (2SR) of the DHS's organization, operations, and policies.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
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New Offices - San Antonio, TX
Denise Y. Mejía is pleased to announce the opening of The Law Office of Denise Y. Mejía, located at 202 E. Locust Street, San Antonio, Texas 78212; (ph) 210.212.6700; (fax) 210.249.0116. Denise continues to practice in the areas of Immigration & Nationality law.
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