Immigration In Conference
The Senate passed S.2611 with a large number of amendments - Immigration Daily will carry the final bill when it becomes available. There are the three possible scenarios now that S.2611 has been handed to the House: (1) the House does not name the conferees, hence no conference report and immigration reform dies this Fiscal year; (2) the House names conferees and goes into a contentious conference, resulting in no conference report and immigration reform dies this Fiscal year; (3) the House produces a conference report, immigration reform legislation is passed. If immigration reform fails in conference, a statute could still ensue. There is still opportunity for a Republican vision of immigration reform, i.e. emphasis on enforcement, to be enacted, if House Republicans choose to attach such legislation with the appropriations bill during budget reconciliation. Stay tuned.
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Deadline Is Tuesday, May 30 For Waiver Issues In Consular Processing
The June 1st session for the consular seminar series will feature several noted practitioners - Jan
Pederson, Stephen K. Fischel, Frances J. Hayden, Howard Hom And Gerald P. Seipp. The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, May 30th. For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see:
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Farewell Izumi!: Robert Divine And The Return of Precedent
Gary Endelman writes "On its face, Izumi is a plain and rather tedious case with limited sex appeal, being concerned with the byzantine intricacies of what constitutes a qualifying investment for immigrant visa purposes."
CRS Report On NonImmigrant Overstays
The Congressional Research Service issued a report providing a brief synopsis on nonimmigrant overstays.
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I presume Immigration Daily will be doing a review of the forms available on line from various sites (05/26/06 ID comment). That would be great. I'm thinking about dumping Immforms and might even go with a free online version, if there's a really good version around. I'm particularly interested in knowing whether any of the free versions permit one to save the form to revise later on. That would be amazing.
Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq.
David Bacon's article (05/26/06 ID) and the just passed S.2611
debacle have something in common. Both are framed in the context that
immigration issues are primarily to be determined by and for the benefit
of business and special interests with little or no concern for the
American citizen. While Mr. Bacon's article has not taken an oath generating a
fiduciary relationship with the latter, the dishonorable Senators who
voted for this sellout, certainly have. The Senate even adopted a provision that requires consultation with Mexico before we can build a security fence on our Southern border. Together with the recent finding that Mexico is being alerted to the positions of
the Minuteman leaves little doubt as to whose interests are being
served. Sen. Sessions recently pointed out some shocking elements of the bill that were hidden deep in
its text. These include that the employers of illegal aliens would be
given an amnesty for cheating on their taxes, that we would have to take
an illegal alien's word for it that he has been in the country illegally
long enough to qualify for an amnesty and employers would be given an
amnesty for past hirings of illegals. Sessions also pointed to some of
the huge hidden costs of the bill, including the $500B in additional welfare payments it will cost American taxpayers in the
period 10-20yrs. after its passage. Someone needs to inform Senators "Edwardo" Kennedy and "Juan" McCain that that illegals are not "going to the back of the line" for US entry when they are already here and rewarded with amnesty, that's cutting the line. But, we have been lied to before. We can only hope that the House will display more integrity, common sense and allegiance in providing enforcement measures and respect for the law, not amnesty betrayal and insult to Americans.
The fact sheet recently published by the Office of the Press Secretary
regarding comprehensive immigration reform says that President Bush is
of the opinion that illegal immigrants should be given citizenship
provided that they meet some requirements. Furthermore, he is also of
the view that " they will have to wait in line behind those who played
by the rules and followed the law." We are aware of the fact that
hundreds of thousands of people have been waiting overseas for
immigration visa number to come to join their families in the US. Some
of them have been waiting for a period of more than a decade. President
Bush wishes that the illegal immigrants should wait in line behind these
people who are playing by the rules and following the law. If this is
his view, the illegal immigrants who will be approved after meeting some
conditions, may have to wait for decades to become citizen. Instead of
granting this privilege to the illegal immigrants, it will be more
rational if they are transferred to guest workers program.
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