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Preparing to File the Form 9089 - Avoiding Potential Problem Areas
The curriculum for the November 8th phone seminar in the "PERM From A To Z"
series is as follows:
The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, October 23rd. For more info, including
speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see:
http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2007.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2007.pdf).
- What do you need to know about the revised form?
- What is the impact of HealthAmerica and other BALCA cases?
- The Master's/Bachelor's conundrum when is a Bachelor's not a
- How do I draft the Form 9089 to avoid an audit?
- How do I correctly fill out Parts H, J, and K?
J-1 Exchange Visitors Employed By Foreign Employers
Paula N. Singer, Esq. writes "Special income tax rules apply to J-1 Exchange Visitors who receive pay from a foreign employer."
DOS Final Rule On Exchange Visitor Program Fees
The Department of State published a final rule in the Federal Register regarding fees and charges for Exchange
Visitor Program services, effective December 3, 2007.
DHS Final Rule On Travel For H And L Nonimmigrants
DHS published notice in the Federal Register removing the requirement that certain H and L nonimmigrants returning to the US following a trip abroad must present a receipt notice for their adjustment of status applications to avoid having such applications deemed abandoned, effective November 1, 2007.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Reeves & Associates (R&A) seeks associate with immigration and federal litigation experience for its Pasadena office. R&A has been practicing immigration law exclusively for more than a quarter of a century and has 60+ employees including 16 attorneys in 4 offices. Ideal candidate should have 5+ years in immigration with federal immigration litigation experience. The job requires the ability to handle immigration appeals including mandamus, and declaratory relief in the US District Courts. The position also requires exceptional writing ability, case management skills and ability to supervise support staff. Excellent career opportunity for qualified candidate licensed to practice law in California. Competitive salary & excellent benefits package including fully paid medical, dental and vision plan, 401(k) with matching dollars, long term disability, CLE expenses, commissions, plus a yearly bonus offered, all in a friendly environment. All applications confidential. Please submit resume with cover
letter + salary history to email@example.com or fax to (626) 795-4999.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Rockville, MD - Seeking proactive, result-oriented immigration associate with 3+ years of attorney experience in immigration law including employment-based IV (including EB-1, EB-2, EB-3), and NIV (including E-1, E-2, H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, O-1, TN), family-based IV, naturalization, adjustment of status, consular processing, I-9 compliance/employer sanctions, and litigation. Work with a team of experienced immigration attorneys and professionals who are passionate about the practice of Immigration Law in a fast paced,
collegial setting with all the resources of a large law firm. We offer an excellent salary/benefits package.
Submit resume to: Ms. Maura Bowen at: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: (301) 230-2891. www.srgpe.com.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
San Diego, CA - Larrabee / Mehlman / Albi / Coker LLP, a leading business immigration law firm has openings for senior associate attorneys and associate attorneys. Both positions require experience in labor certs, NIV categories (senior position requires experience in all NIV categories), AOS and consular processing as well as NIW, extraordinary ability, multi-national and researcher petitions in high volume, fast-paced immigration firm. Sr. Associate Attorney - must have 5+ yrs of business immigration experience with direct management of corporate clients' immigration legal needs. Experience should include managing support staff. Associate Attorney - must have 2 yrs. business immigration experience. Strong writing and verbal communication skills required for both positions. Excellent benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. Great place to work and enjoy your chosen career. CA bar membership a plus. Send resume with salary expectations to: email@example.com.
Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
New York City - Mount Sinai Medical Center seeks senior immigration specialist. Manage case files, prepare and process non-immigrant, employment-based immigrant petitions, and processing permanent residence applications. You will use Immigration Tracker software and have knowledge of the breadth of immigration procedures. Good writing and analytical skills required. Requires positive attitude + effective communication skills. Applicants must have strong work ethic and demonstrate initiative, as well willingness to work as team-player. Fast paced office with high case volume. Excellent opportunity to learn all areas of immigration law for a dedicated professional. College degree and 3+ years immigration experience required. No lawyers please. For complete details and to apply online, visit The Mount Sinai Careers website (Requisition # 07-47803).
Immigration Law Certificate
Master the complex and ever changing maze of immigration policies and regulations with the Immigration Law Studies Certificate Program offered by CUNY's School of Professional Studies. This graduate-level certificate program, consisting of (3) three-credit classes, offers students who complete it a comprehensive understanding of the laws, regulations, and processes surrounding the status of immigrants in the US, including family and employment-based immigration and deportation defense. It is designed for individuals working in law firms, companies, government agencies and nonprofit organizations where they interact with immigrants and immigrant legal concerns on a regular basis and would therefore benefit from greater knowledge of the laws and regulations surrounding immigration. Beginning this spring, the program is also being offered online. For more information on class schedules, tuition and fees, course applications and to register, see here.
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Immigration Event - Washington, DC
The Center for Immigration Studies is pleased to sponsor "The Immigration Solution?", a panel featuring authors of a provocative new book. 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, October 30, 2007, First Amendment Lounge, National Press Club. 14th and F Streets, NW, Washington, DC, http://www.cis.org/articles/2007/bookrelease.html . Admission is free and open to the public.
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There's great politicking about giving illegal immigrants driver license particularly on recent Democratic Presidential candidates debate. A driver license is a license to drive safely according to traffic laws for the holder, it's not a license to work. Denying a license will certainly make many illegal immigrants life more difficult but it won't stop them driving on the roads. The American public will loose on unsafe roads with uninsured drivers. It's time for us to decide whether we want to recoqnize these illegal immigrants' positive contribution by giving them opportunity for legal status or make their life more miserable but it still won't serve our objective to secure our roads and nation. And please always keep in mind that terrorists can be US citizens or foreigners with legal statuses, remember Columbine, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and others tragedies. It's sad and foolish to think that only illegals can be the bad guys here. Americans will face more invasion of privacy, big brother government and surveillance society, "show me your papers" police state. Global peace can only be achieved by dialogues and good will from us and others to achieve a free and civilized global society and most importantly we must end our "political correctness" about Islamic regimes who always use religion to promote and incite intolerance, hatred, persecution and discrimination on the minorities which in turn create conflicts and wars. It's sad that many use faiths to justify hate not love, tolerance and understanding. Say no to Big Brotherism, say yes to peace, equal rights and freedom.
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