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DVDs - Lory Rosenberg, Robert Divine, Angelo Paparelli
We do NOT usually record our all-day workshops. We made an exception in the
last week of March since many people wrote to us saying that the H1B
deadline and the RIR conversion deadline made it impossible for them to
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Marketing Secrets Of Superstar Lawyers
Trey Ryder shares the top 35 marketing secrets of superstar lawyers.
Bloggings: May 25, 2007
Greg Siskind, Esq. shares his latest blog entries.
President Bush Speaks On Immigration
During a press conference held today, President Bush responded to the query, "And how concerned are you that the immigration bill in particular is going to get caught up in electoral politics?"
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
St. Louis, MO - Busy full service law firm law practice needs experienced paralegal for non-immigrant, immigrant, labor certification and 212(e) waiver cases; intensive client interaction; good writing skills and people skills a must. Immigration work involves corporate/medical/academic institutional clients. Resume to Ms. Maria Harvey, Office Manager, Blumenfeld, Kaplan & Sandweiss, P.C., 168 N. Meramec, Clayton, MO 63105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No telephone inquiries, qualified applicants will be contacted.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
Chicago, IL - A 30 attorney law firm seeks licensed attorneys to join its immigration practice group. Our practice serves a diverse clientele with business, family, and removal immigration services. Associate: Min. 1-3 years of immigration experience; and Senior Associate: Min. 4 years of immigration experience. Fluency in Spanish is highly preferred for both positions. Please email your resume + cover letter (please indicate position sought in subject header) explaining interest in the position to: email@example.com. This is a blind listing.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, DC - USCIS seeks experienced attorney for its Refugee and Asylum Law Division. Provide legal advice on domestic asylum law and practice, overseas refugee resettlement programs, temporary protected status, T and U visas, special immigrant juvenile petitions and the Convention Against Torture. A background in public international refugee and asylum law, and an
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
South San Francisco, CA - Younossi Law has openings for
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org. No telephone calls or faxes please. We will contact you if your skills match our requirements.
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New Offices - Ridgewood, NJ
Nachman & Associates, P.C. is pleased to announce the expansion and relocation of our NJ offices. Effective as of May 21st, our NJ address will be: VisaServe Plaza, 487 Goffle Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450. Phone: 201.670.0006. Fax: 201.670.0009. Please note that our old office address and phone numbers will remain active for the next 180 days. http://www.visaserve.com.
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Predictably, the debates about 'immigration reform' have already lapsed into a discussion on how to further limit and elminate the rights of immigrants. Early on, Senator Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) has proposed to do away with certain aspects of judicial review. In his words, "Current law allows aliens to run to the steps of our country's courthouses and take advantage of our system." I'm not sure how using the courts to ensure that the government doesn't abuse its power or trample someone's rights is 'taking advantage' of our system. That's exactly what the courts were set up for. Moreover, as the Board of Immigration Appeals writes more and more "affirmed without opinion" decisions, the rights of non-citizens are increasingly at the mercy of sometimes all-too-abusive Immigration Judges. If anything, the appellate courts are needed more now than ever.
Let's not forget that the Supreme Court has said that "the Due Process Clause applies to all 'persons' within the United States, including aliens, whether their presence here is lawful, unlawful, temporary, or permanent." It's bad enough that our Supreme Court needs to clarify that 'aliens' are, indeed, people. People deserve due process no matter where they come from, or what passport they carry. Proposals that eliminate judicial review simply eliminate rights that are supposed to be "unalienable."
Drew Sieminski, Esq.
Wow. The reaction to the compromise immigration bill astounded me, as well as the shell-shocked politicians who are now starting to feel the way George Bush feels everyday. They're now miserably unpopular. Sen. Chambliss from Georgia was booed on stage at a Republican convention a few days ago. Sen. Graham from South Carolina was also booed this week. Jon McCain, that foul-mouthed wonder-child from Arizona, has slipped below Romney (who is against amnesty) in the polls. And then there's poor Sen. Kyl, the formerly popular Arizona Senator who, if he'll just stay out of Arizona for his personal safety, will get off easy with a re-call election. What do all of these politicians-on-life-support have in common? They are supporting a solution for illegal immigration that runs absolutely counter to the will of the majority of the American voters. And the will of the majority always prevails. The smart Senators will secure the borders and allow the slow reversal of the illegal immigration glut through attrition with the simple enforcement of the laws on the books.
El Paso, TX
As long as I have been in this country I have had to pay taxes. When my parents died we paid over 50%. Most do. Why should immigrants who came here illegally get a relief? My parents worked hard and I am tired of these immigrants who are saying their sad story. Do you know that in my 40's I cannot afford health insurance? If I go to an emergency room it will only go on my credit history. How can an illegal immigrant have a bad credit history? They don't have a SS#. Let demolish the SS# and let us all start free. How can you come to this Country with out a SS# and get a credit card? We have to prove in our life that we are responsible to have one. Why don't Mexicans demand more from their Country and petition better pay? Why is ok for them to depend on us? Here's a suggestion you want in go to Iraq like our American soldiers are. Serve four years, then bring your family in. Show some support.Maybe our country should say you want in then join. Risk your life like our men do. Speak English. I struggled to write and learn English. Why should you be here and not speak the main language? I use to come home from school and practice writing English. We are asleep here and it shows. When my daughter was in high school in Boca Raton, Florida she had to wait two month for her books while they provided books for illegal immigrants. I want to explore where and how these people in our government came to be. We should look at this as Americans. I think our Congressman, Senators should go to the borders for their vacations. I truly pray for my America.
The public in general has very knowledge of immigration and their procedure. What the public knows is what is written in the newspaper , tv or radio. Information is scattered and sometimes misinform. Why is the public so gullible? This happen because the public relay on these three entities. The truth should be written or said at least part of the time even if this is not what public wants to hear.
Gladys C. Farris
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