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Deadline is Tuesday, July 25th For PERM Seminar
Lorna Rogers Burgess, Robert Loughran, Nancy-Jo Merritt, Michael E. Piston, Careen B. Shannon and Nathan Waxman will be speakers for "PERM Practice Here And Now" (more speakers to be added, Joel Stewart will lead the discussion). The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, July 25th. For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/july2006.shtm.
(Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/july2006.pdf.
Opting Out Under The CSPA: The Effect Of Naturalization In Family-Based Immigration
Charles Wheeler writes "The USCIS issued a memo recently changing its interpretation of Section 6 of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA).
CRS Report On US Citizenship By Birth
The Congressional Research Service released an updated report tracing the history of "automatic citizenship" under US law and discusses some of the legislation in recent Congresses intended to alter it.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Arlington, VA - Immigration law firm, established 1972, seeks attorney
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Santa Monica, CA - Wolfsdorf Immigration Law firm, an AV rated 50+ employee law firm, has several paralegal positions available. There is enormous growth potential in our pleasant working environment. The positions require 2 to 5 years of business immigration experience, including a full range of diverse nonimmigrant and immigrant matters. Qualified candidates must have excellent writing, communication, organizational & case management skills. We offer competitive salaries and benefits and we encourage and promote our employee's professional growth and development. Please send your resume with a cover letter and salary requirements to: Bernard@Wolfsdorf.com. Join us and help contribute to one of the most dynamic immigration practices in Southern California.
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Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
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Immigration Event - Washington, DC
Tuesday, July 25, 2006 - The Heritage Foundation is pleased to present "Border Security: Better, Faster, Cheaper" at The Heritage Foundation, Lehrman Auditorium, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington DC 20002-4999. 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon.
RSVP: http://www.heritage.org/Press/Events/ev072506a.cfm .
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R.L. Ranger's latest letter (07/24/06 ID) makes clear that today's "restrictionists" are not only worried about illegal immigration, but are also concerned with the effect of legal immigration on the ethnic makeup of America. I would ask those who, like Mr. Ranger, are opposed to immigration by people of different "cultures", if they can tell us exactly when they think that immigration should have been cut off in order to preserve "cultural" uniformity and which specific groups should have been excluded. For Benjamin Franklin, the "multicultural" threat was from 18th Century German speaking immigrants. I am sure that German-American Chairman Sensenbrenner, author of the House immigration "enforcement only" bill, would feel differently. During the "Red Scare" period after World War I, Italian immigrants were smeared as "criminals" and "terrorists". I doubt that Italian-American Congressman Tom Tancredo would agree with those slanders against Italians, even though he has no problem with spreading them against Mexicans. For the 19th Century "Know Nothings", Irish Catholics were the biggest danger to America. I am descended from Jewish immigrants, who were also the targets of hatred and prejudice in this country. Was it a mistake to let the ancestors of people like Congressmen Sensenbrenner and Tancredo, or of today's Irish-Americans, not to mention my own Jewish forebears, into this country? When they came here, these immigrants were considered to be just as "diverse", "multicultural", and "hyphenated" as are today's Latino, Asian, African and Caribbean immigrants. Was immigrant bashing only wrong when the targets were from Europe, while hate mongering is now acceptable at a time when so many immigrants may "look different" from the white majority? I look forward to learning more about Mr. Ranger's views on these questions.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
Show me any person (white skinned, even speaking English) who is not legal and I will do my best to deport them as soon as possible. (1) Put a stop to abusing the Fourteenth Amendment. Foreign babies born to foreigners on U.S. soil are foreigners (2) A felony charge for illegal entry is not cruel punishment. It is only to enable swifter deportation (3) A felony charge and conviction is appropriate for employers who employ an illegal alien (4) Pay the Home Country a tuition fee to imprison persons convicted of crimes in the U.S.A. (5) Deport illegal aliens to their home town, but deduct that cost from any monies (aid) going to the Home Country. (6) Declare a Immigration Reduction on the Immigration Quota of any Home Country in some proportion
the quantity of illegal aliens from that Home Country.
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