Organized Labor And Day Laborers Unite
According to a New York Times news report, "The A.F.L.-C.I.O. and the nations largest organization of day laborers signed a partnership agreement yesterday intended to help the languishing labor movement tap into the potent energy of the immigrant rights movement ... The partnership connects the labor federation to a network that largely represents illegal immigrant workers who often have run-ins with the police as they stand on street corners soliciting jobs." For the full story, see here.
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PERM Practice Here And Now
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New Opportunities for Buying and Selling Law Practices
Edward Poll writes "Selling a law practice has been prohibited for decades. Times are changing!"
USCIS Closes Katrina Email
USCIS announced that it has closed the Katrina e-mail account at the Texas Service Center.
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The trio of letters (8/10/06 ID) in response to mine of (8/9/06 ID)
could be Exhibits A B & C as to it's validity. They certainly made prophets out of Joseph Sobran who pointed out the frequent and specious charge of "anti-semitic" by some and by Albert Einstein who said, "The solution of a problem should never be left to those who have created it". Has one read the disturbing, "Takeover of America" comments by 15 Reconquista subversives like Art Torres and Armando Navarro found at the CCIR website? Or perchance, read how the Mexican invasion is unlike any past migration in, "Multiculturalism, Immigration and Aztlan" at the diversity alliance website by Maria Hsia Chang, a professor of political science? I stand by my statements as any search would prove out despite phony charges of "hate, discrimination and prejudice". The hyperbole about a police state is just that. We live with that now to
the extent that law enforcement and prison systems operate in our
society in needed areas. Most entry violators would/should be deported,
some voluntarily, and prison would be a last resort option as is the
case in other criminal law. And any blame for the present mess or
complaints about prisons or police states is because of excessive
numbers in the past, not restricted ones. Ms. Millendez's letter
relates more to the "true immigration attorney" or ethnic enthusiast
rather than any true American. The "jus soli" concept has been abandoned by my most nations and is of old feudal origin. The more common "jus sanguinis" principle would preclude US birth citizenship by illegals.
Under existing law, any scheme other than deportation for illegals is
amnesty. It is the business and special interests that want S. 2611,
not true Americans.
R. L. Ranger
This is in response to Alannbert Millendez's letter (08/10/06 ID). The letter says that the Senate passed S.2611 does not provide amnesty, but although word 'amnesty' is not used in this bill, the spirit of this bill is to legalize all the illegals presently living in the US. Therefore, this bill can be regarded as a kind of amnesty. If this bill
becomes law, it is sure that there will be another 40 million illegals
in 20 years' time. Furthermore, the letter says that the bill
recognizes that coming here to America illegally is unacceptable and
will not be tolerated, but the existing immigration law also clearly
says that coming to America illegally or overstaying visa is a crime. This crime should not be forgiven by simply paying a fine. Punishment for crime must be made in accordance to the existing law of the same time when the crime takes place.
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