Ruben Navarrette Jr. is a national syndicated columnist who often covers immigration issues in his bi-weekly column. The second-generation Mexican-American offers a centrist perspective on immigration issues. To read his recent op-eds, see here.
We welcome readers to share their opinion and ideas with us by writing to email@example.com.
Immigration For Investors: NIVs And IVs
The curriculum for "Immigration For Investors: NIVs And IVs" is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on August 24, 2006:
Regular EB-5 Program
Regional Center EB-5 Program
- Investment Forms
- Amount of Investment
- Job Creation
- Targeted Employment Area
- Indirect Job Creation
- Inactive Form of Investment
- No Day-To-Day Management Required
- Limited Partner has a Policy Making Role
Investment Due Diligence
- Source of Funds
- Removal of Condition
SECOND Phone Session on September 21, 2006:
- Analyze Business Investment Opportunity
- Review Limited Partnership Agreement
- Review Tax Consequences
- What is a "substantial" investment?
- How do you show investment funds are "at risk"?
THIRD Phone Session on October 5, 2006:
- What is "substantial trade"?
- When is it possible to base an E-1 on "trade in services"?
- When is the E-1 the better option than the E-2?
The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, August 22nd. For more info,
including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information,
please see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/august2006.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/august2006.pdf.
- Advanced topics in EB-5s
- Advanced topics in E-1s and E-2s
- Other options for business owners: L-1s, EB-1s, O-1s, etc
Deport Congress: Taking Names When Wave Of Immigration Reform Crashes
Marc Cooper writes "The flow of poor people into the world's most successful economy is going to continue no matter what we do."
DHS Announces Changes To Cuba Migration Policy
DHS issued a press release announcing changes to its Cuba migration policy. Under this new policy, family reunification parolees will make up approximately 60 percent of the discretionary paroles granted each year with Lottery winners making up the remaining approximately 40 percent.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Raleigh, NC - Maupin Taylor, P.A., an established multi-specialty corporate law firm with offices in Raleigh, RTP and Wilmington, N.C. seeks immigration attorney to head immigration practice in Raleigh office. 5+ years' experience in business immigration and naturalization law, with excellent writing, communication and organization skills, and an exceptional client service approach. NC Bar preferred. Spanish language skills helpful.
Competitive compensation and excellent benefits offered in a pleasant office environment. Please send resume in confidence to Anne Webster, Director of Administration and Recruiting, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail: P.O. Drawer 19764, Raleigh, NC 27619-9764.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
Toronto, Canada - Egan LLP, a business immigration law firm allied with Ernst & Young in Canada seeks (2) associate lawyers - one for our U.S. immigration team and the other for our Canadian immigration team - to join our firm of 11 lawyers and 16 law clerks. Demonstrate understanding of Canadian/US business immigration law and effectively apply knowledge. Prepare applications for Canadian/US employment authorizations, permanent residence, citizenship and passport matters. Manage staff. US associate requirements- law degree + US bar admission. 2-4yrs of post-bar business immigration experience. Canadian associate requirements - LL.B. + Canadian bar admission. 3-6yrs of post-bar business immigration experience. Broad exposure to Canadian immigration law. Both positions require excellent managerial, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills. Dual Canadian-U.S. bar admission is plus. Relocation pkg available depending upon applicant. To apply, send resume to Thomas Byun, Egan LLP, email@example.com.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Sarasota, FL - Anthony Olson, P.A., an immigration law firm specializing in employment- and family-based immigration law, seeks immigration attorney. Seeks applicant with preferably 2+ years of employment-based immigration experience with an emphasis on labor certs., EB-1's, H's, L's, and P's. Experience in deportation defense is a plus. Friendly and flexible working conditions with competitive benefits package. Ideal candidate is conscientious, self-motivated, people- and goal-oriented team player. Salary commensurate with experience. Submit resume to Tony by fax: 941-362-7107 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Pasadena, CA - Reeves & Associates (R&A), practicing immigration law exclusively for more than a quarter of a century, with 65 plus employees in 4 offices. One of the largest full-service US immigration law firms is seeking another supervising paralegal due to continuing growth. Excellent opportunity for qualified candidates with supervisory experience and minimum 5 years experience as business immigration paralegal. Will consider applicants with 5+ years of well-rounded immigration experience. R&A offers continuing legal training, very competitive salary and benefits including 401(k) with matching dollars, fully paid medical, dental and vision plan, LT disability policy, plus a yearly bonus, all in a very friendly environment. Applications confidential. Please send resume, cover letter + salary history by email: email@example.com or fax: (626) 795-4999.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Valley Stream, NY - Greenberger & Guttikonda, PLLC represents individuals, families and businesses across the US and abroad in immigration matters (NIV - H, L, E, TN, etc; Labor Certs; IV - EB 1/2/3, etc; family) and seeks associate. Candidate must possess demonstrated interest in business immigration. Ideal candidate must be detail-oriented and exhibit highest intellect, writing ability, problem solving skills. Competitive compensation package offered. Please send resume + writing sample to Olga Petrova, Office Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
13-person midtown NYC immigration law firm seeks paralegal with 2+ years of experience with business applications:
nonimmigrant and immigrant. Experience with Family based, naturalization and other applications a plus. Ideal candidate has BA degree, is detail oriented, organized, conscientious. Candidate must also possess excellent writing , communication & case management skills. Very competitive compensation pkg offered. Email resume + cover letter in MS Word
format to email@example.com.
Career Consulting International, offers credential evaluation of your non-US degree. Fast service at low prices. Mention Immigration Daily to receive 3-day rush service at no extra cost (reg. price $70, rush service $70 = savings of $70). H1B and I-140 specialists. Evaluations of 4 year degrees (72hr. rush service) only $70.00. Also 3 year degrees combined with PGD, second degrees, or work experience. Pay online. Toll-free fax/phone numbers. Our clients say it better than we do: "I don't know what to say but you changed my life. In a place that others failed you came and with your evaluation... I just got approved to my I-140." "I'd like to thank you for your services in evaluating my educational documents. You helped me in a difficult situation and through extensive research you were able to get results that other, "bigger" agencies were unable to achieve". Click here to see more testimonials. Free consultation. Call today toll free: 1-866-585-1409.
Readers can share their professional announcements (100-words or fewer at no charge), email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Readers interested in learning about featuring your event or conference in Immigration Daily, see here. To feature your newsletter in Immigration Daily, see here.
Migration, Immigration and Social Policy Edited by Catherine Jones Finer. Blackwell Publishers, 176 pp. Paperback, ISBN: 1405146680, $34.95 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1405146680/.
Readers are welcome to share their comments, email: email@example.com (300-words or fewer preferred). Many letters to the Editor refer to past correspondence, available in our archives.
I don't have any problem with two basic assumptions in R.L. Ranger's latest letter (08/15/06 ID). First, I agree that we do not have room to let the whole world come to America. Even the most ardent immigration supporters have to agree that there must be limits. Second, I do not dispute that the US has major economic, security, environmental and other problems. Where I part company with the ideas in Mr. Ranger's letter, as well as many of his previous ones, is that most of these problems are homegrown, and cannot be solved by scapegoating immigrants. To take only one example, even if we took in twice as many immigrants as we already have coming here legally and illegally each year, they could not possibly cause more damage to the environment than the Bush administration has already done by gutting clean air and clean water legislation, refusing to admit that global warming exists, and doing nothing to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. Yet many anti-immigration politicians, particularly on the Republican right, pay no attention to the environment at all, except to use it as an excuse to keep out unwanted minority immigrants. The same is true with regard to many other issues as well.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
Reading R.L. Ranger's letter (ID 8/15/06), one cannot help to read between
Ms. Ranger's letter and get an impression that the statements made in the
letter are not only "anti-immigrant" but also "anti-ethnic diversification".
An Important disclaimer! The information provided on this page is not legal advice. Transmission of this information is not intended to create, and receipt by you does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers must not act upon any information without first seeking advice from a qualified attorney. Copyright 1999-2006 American Immigration LLC, ILW.COM. Send correspondence and articles to firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters and articles may be edited and may be published and otherwise used in any medium. The views expressed in letters and articles do not necessarily represent the views of ILW.COM.