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Hiring In Orlando

If you are attending AILA's 2007 National Conference in Orlando, this is the perfect time to consider placing a help wanted ad in Immigration Daily. Place your ad now in the few weeks leading up to the AILA Annual conference so that you will have the opportunity to possibly meet face-face with prospective candidates and/or employers in Orlando. If you are interested in hiring or if you are looking for a job opportunity, place an ad with us - either a help wanted or a position sought - and follow-up in Orlando.

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Nurse Immigration Workshop, Orlando: Early Bird Deadline Is May 25th

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  • Where and When: Orlando, Florida: Monday, June 11th - 8:30am-5pm at the Orlando World Center Marriott
  • Who: The speakers will be Joe Curran and others to be announced
  • What: The price of the workshop includes a sit-down lunch, continental breakfast and coffee breaks.
  • Benefits: This workshop is designed for a small limited audience and is interactive, and involves a full-day immersion into nurse immigration matters.
  • MCLE Credits for California and Texas have been applied for.

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Article

Law Library Of Congress Global Legal Monitor: Immigration And Nationality Law
Rubens Medina of the Law Library Of Congress tracks recent immigration-related legal developments around the world.

Bloggings: May 18, 2007
Greg Siskind, Esq. shares his latest blog entries.


News

DOL Publishes Final Rule On Substitutions
The Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor published a final rule on substitions with respect to labor certifications.

President Bush Announces Bipartisan Immigration Legislation
During a press conference today, President Bush said, "Today, Republicans and Democrats in the [US] Senate came together and agreed upon a proposal that offers a much needed solution to the the problem of illegal immigration in this country."


Classifieds

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
South San Francisco, CA - Younossi Law has openings for full-time paralegals with 1-3 years and 2-5 years of business immigration law experience. We value team work, exceptional client service and foster an environment which allows for maximum professional growth through education, recognition, and innovation. The successful candidate must have substantial experience in a wide variety of employment-based immigration processes, have excellent people skills, be highly motivated, creative, process focused, detail oriented, and computer savvy. We offer excellent benefits and a salary commensurate with experience. Interested candidates, send your resume to: Younossi-law@younossi-law.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Washington, DC - Highly motivated, detail-oriented individual sought for business immigration paralegal position. Strong organizational, writing, and interpersonal skills required. Prior business immigration experience desired. Great opportunity for individual interested in challenging, exciting work with international clientele; excellent career advancement possibilities and work environment. Competitive salary and benefits. Visit www.maggio-kattar.com. Please email resume, salary requirements + references to: jobs@maggio-kattar.com or fax (202) 483-6801, Attn: Jim Alexander. No calls please.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
Internationally renowned boutique Wall Street law firm seeks several full time immigration attorneys for its NYC office. 2 years minimum experience required in business, family, asylum, non-immigrant and immigrant visas, and immigration litigation involving MTRs, the BIA, the EOIR, PTRs and stays in the Circuit Courts. Foreign language skills are a plus. Salary and benefits are highly competitive. Send your resume in confidence to Recruitment Coordinator: info@manchanda-law.com. No telephone calls or faxes please. We will contact you if your skills match our requirements.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Solo Practitioner in Springfield, NJ with diverse practice is looking for a NJ licensed Associate fluent in Russian language. Immigration practice experience is a plus. Good benefit package. Salary commensurate with experience. E-mail resume to Isabella Mayzel, Esq. at Bella@advokatBella.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Robert W. Yarra, A Professional Law Corporation, Fresno, CA, has an immediate opening for a licensed associate attorney bilingual in English and Spanish. The ideal candidate will have 3 plus years experience in all areas of immigration law, including Removal/Deportation Defense, Family and Business Immigration Law. In addition to courtroom experience, excellent writing skills are required, as this position includes appellate work. Recent law school grads with a demonstrated interest in immigration law also considered. We offer a competitive salary, our benefits package includes 401(k), medical, dental and vision plans. Expedited partnership track considered. Fresno is centrally located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, close to Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks. Housing is affordable, cost of living adds to a great community for raising a family. Please mail resume and writing samples to: Office Manager, 1250 Fulton Mall, Suite 202, Fresno, CA 93721 or e-mail Robert W. Yarra at: info@RWYarra.com.

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comingsNgoings

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The International Who's Who Of Business Lawyers 2007 - Chicago, IL
Michael F. Turansick of Fragomen Del Ray Bernsen & Loewy LLP's Chicago, IL office was awarded "The International Who's Who Of Business Lawyers 2007" honor. www.fragomen.com.


Letters

Readers are welcome to share their comments, email: editor@ilw.com (300-words or fewer preferred). Many letters to the Editor refer to past correspondence, available in our archives.

Dear Editor:
There is a noteworthy news story by MSN entitled, "Terrorists in the File Cabinet" which describes three of the Fort Dix suspects entered the US illegally more than two decades ago. How tighter immigration enforcement might have prevented the possible plot before it was ever dreamt up.

Mdydsm

Dear Editor:
There is progress in Congress to change the immigration system to a points based system where only the best and the brightest would be allowed to enter our great nation. There would be no immediate amnesty and any criminal illegal alien would be permanently barred from gaining permanent residency. If nothing passes this year and the INS keeps up its raids to deport those here in the U.S. illegally that would be fine as well.

KO


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