According to a Chicago Sun-Times news report, "Immigration activist Elvira Arellano sought refuge Tuesday in a small storefront church, just blocks from her apartment, hoping that the sanctity of a holy place would shield her from deportation." For the full story, see here.
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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
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Detailed Analysis Of Premium Processing For I-140s
Sheela Murthy writes "Many are awaiting the start of the premium processing option for I-140 immigrant petitions for foreign national workers, which is not yet available."
CRS On Immigration Enforcement In The US
The Congressional Research Service released its presentation before the House Committee on the Judiciary, April 27, 2006.
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Rather than a "centrist" (all references are to 8/16/06 ID), Ruben Navarrette is another of many examples of Hispanics who even after generations, maintain their allegiance to their ethnicity, rather than the US, as his articles are consistently
pro-immigration and anti-enforcement, providing more evidence for the restricted entry position. The Marc Cooper article seems scripted by the business agenda and other special interests, promoting S. 2611 and bad-mouthing restrictionists.
"Name Withheld"'s letter should try reading the lines in my letter, not "between" them. But I suppose it is difficult for a pro-immigration enthusiast to understand a pro-American one and the fact that we need HB 4437
enforcement and restricted entry at this point in our nations history.
I agree with Mr. Algase's letter's points about the many shortcomings of the present
administration including the failure to secure our borders. But, the
other problems do not preclude the fact that excessive entry tops the
list, contributing heavily to the others. Half of those busted in
yesterday's nationwide drug operation were illegal Mexicans, not
"busboys and farmworkers", nor was this threat or thousands of others
similar, "imaginary" as Mr. Algase's letter has tried to convince us.
Congressman Steve King has informed us that, "Illegal aliens cause the
death of 25 American citizens every day ...13 by drunken driving and 12
by stabbings or gun fire." That adds up to over 9,000 deaths annually
caused primarily by illegal Mexicans residing in America.
R. L. Ranger
I enjoyed re-reading Marc Cooper's article, "Deport Congress," (08/15/06 ID Article). The first time I read it was when it was published in the L.A. Weekly on April 5, 2006. The second time I read it was when I linked to the original L.A. Weekly on Bender's Immigration Bulletin Daily Edition, shortly thereafter. The piece is still timely, but many readers want to know when, and where, a piece first appeared.
Daniel M. Kowalski, Editor-in-Chief Bender's Immigration Bulletin (LexisNexis)
President Bush is trying his best for implementing the guest workers program for illegal immigrants who are in USA for more than five years. Will the senate and the house would approve and send it to the president for his signature to become law?
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