According to an American Bar Association Journal news story, AILA attorney Gregory Siskind claims his entire website was copied by a Miami law firm. We wish to note that a recent AILA member search reveals that Disney D. Thompson does not appear to be an AILA attorney. For the full story, see here.
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Second Issue Of PQ: The PERM Quarterly
The second issue of PQ: The PERM Quarterly features the following:
CD-ROM Table of Contents:
- Recently Emerging Issues By Joel Stewart
- In-Job Experience: Why We Need It and How We Can Still Get It By Gary Endelman
- Ask The Editor By Joel Stewart
- Professional & Trade Journals Under PERM By Nathan Waxman
- Joel Stewart's BALCA Review By Joel Stewart
- First PERM BALCA Decision By Careen B. Shannon
- BALCA's Health America Decision Doesn't Go Far Enough By R. Blake Chisam
- Federal Court Litigation By Sam Udani
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- Matter of HealthAmerica, No. 2006-PER-00001 (BALCA, Jul.18, 2006)
- Darby v. Cisneros, 509 U.S. 137, 125 L. Ed. 2d 113, 113 Supreme Court. 2539 (1993)
- Carlson Letter On PERM Modification
- FAQ On Public Disclosure System
- FAQ On Extended RIR Conversion Date
- Training And Employment Guidance Letter No. 7-06
- Public Disclosure System from OFLC
- Federal Register Notice on RIR Eligibility Date
Walls, Amnesty, And False Choices
Sameer Dossani writes "The national immigration debate largely is split between two camps."
Senator Reid Introduces Immigration Legislation
Senator Reid when introducing S. 9 said, "Immigration reform is too vital to our security and our economy to fall by the wayside, so we must deal with it again this year." We will carry the text of S.9 when it becomes available.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Sydney, Australia - Fragomen Consular Practice seeks experienced associate attorney to manage expanding US immigration consular practice. Primary responsibilities include: (1) oversee preparation of non-immigrant and immigrant consular submissions, (2) consult with clients regarding general US immigration law and procedure, appropriate visa category, potential inadmissibility to the US or eligibility for waiver of inadmissibility, and (3) liaise with US consular staff and Fragomen colleagues. Position involves extensive client contact and use of internal case management and billing system to prepare, track, and manage cases in process. Ideal candidates have 3-5+ years business immigration legal experience managing high volume caseload. Superior academic credentials, excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills required. EOE. Please submit cover letter, resume, law school transcript + writing sample to: Jacqueline V. Guynn, Esq. Recruiting Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Chicago, IL - Laner Muchin, one of the nation's oldest labor law firms, seeks experienced immigration attorney with significant employment-based immigration experience. Laner Muchin successfully recruits quality candidates on a national basis. We provide opportunities to handle challenging responsibilities and exciting projects; have highly competitive salaries and benefits; informal, unpretentious office atmosphere; and demonstrate an excellent record of elevating associates to partnership. Position requires excellent academic credentials, 3+ years' substantial experience in all aspects of employment-based immigration and strong case management, communication and writing skills. Only qualified candidates will be considered. Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and/or other foreign language fluency a plus. Ideal candidate must be client-service focused and thrive in a challenging and fast-paced environment of congeniality and respect. E-mail cover letter + resume to email@example.com. We are an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer. Women and minorities encouraged to apply.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz needs immigration paralegals (for Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, & Washington, D.C. offices) to assist lawyers, work with diverse clientele and use sophisticated computer systems to prepare, track and manage immigration applications. Requires detail oriented, highly organized individual having bachelor's degree, experience with complex process management in automated environment, commitment to customer service, and clear verbal and written English skills. Experience as paralegal, experience with immigration procedures, and other language fluency preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/D/V. Send resume to Lynn Schuster firstname.lastname@example.org specifying desired location. No calls please.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP seeks three mid-level
associates to join its research and policy group in its New York and
Washington, DC offices. The NY position requires 3-5+ years of business
immigration experience, a proven track record as writer on immigration
issues, and the ability to work under pressure. The DC positions require
3-5+ years of business immigration experience, policy analysis background,
excellent writing skills, and knowledge of legislative and regulatory
process. Experience on Capitol Hill, in an immigration agency, or with an
advocacy/policy organization a strong plus. Superior academic credentials, excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal
skills required. EOE. Please submit cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample to:
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Back Office Services
We offer a wide range of back-office & clerical support services to immigration attorneys in NIV and IVs, including managing
checklists, form completion, drafting cover/employer letters, consular processing assistance, follow-up/correspondence with
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Immigration Event - Berkeley, CA
Communities Without Borders. Images and Voices from the World of Migration. Book presentation by photojournalist David Bacon
Friday, January 19, 2007. 5-7pm. UC Berkeley Labor Center, 2521 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA. For more information, call 510-643-7077. Communities Without Borders (Cornell University/ILR Press, 2006), http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/cup_detail.taf?ti_id=4575.
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