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The Indispensable All-In-One CSPA Handbook
ILW.COM is pleased to present the Child Status Protection Act Handbook by Charles Wheeler of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC):
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- Chapter 1: Overview Of Age Out
- Chapter 2: Overview Of The CSPA And Implementation
- Chapter 3: The CSPA And Family-based Visas
- Chapter 4: The CSPA And Employment-based Visas
- Chapter 5: The CSPA And Diversity Visa Lottery
- Chapter 6: The CSPA And Asylee/Refugee Processing
- Chapter 7: The CSPA And VAWA
- Twenty-four Appendices
- Numerous CD-ROM Resource Materials
Bizarre Proposals To "End" Illegal Immigration
Maurice Belanger of the National Immigration Forum writes "Following is a snapshot of some of the strangest and ugliest proposals drafted by Members of the 110th Congress thus far. Do they offer real solutions or simply false promises to end illegal immigration? You be the judge."
Bloggings: February 6, 2008
Joel Stewart shares the latest entries to his blog.
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USCIS Issues Latest Application, Receipting, Lockbox Update
USCIS released its latest application, receipting and lock box update, as of February 1, 2008.
Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Chicago, IL - VISANOW seeks a transactional immigration attorney to join our downtown Chicago team and help deliver legal advice and counsel to our clients who include companies, individuals, colleges and universities. JD required with 2+ years experience working as an attorney in immigration law. For a detailed job description, see here. We proved a relaxed work environment and offer competitive compensation plans and excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, 401K and stock purchase programs. If you're interested in taking the next step of your career with an industry leader, e-mail your resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title Attorney in the subject line. Relocation assistance to Chicago is not provided. EOE.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, DC - USCIS Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) seeks attorney who wants to transfer at own expense to work as an Associate Counsel in the National Security & Records Verification Law Division (NSRVLD). Attorney will serve as legal advisor to USCIS NSRVLD leadership and will report to the Chief of the Division. Ability to acquire Top Secret clearance, good judgment, strong legal research and writing skills and the ability to work with others within tight deadlines essential. For more info, key in Job Announcement Number: COU-CIS-2008-0002 at USAJobs.com. Submit a resume + writing sample (max. 5 pps), a list of 3+ references, + cover letter discussing related work experience to: Anthony Gentry, Chief of the NSRVLD, at Anthony.Gentry@dhs.gov. Must be received by close of business Friday, February 19, 2008. Position is at the GS-13-GS-15 levels. No relocation reimbursement available.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Rockland County, NY - Law office seeks paralegal with 5+ years experience in family-based immigration (should have familiarity with removal proceedings, appeals, family cases, AOS interviews, and consular processing). Excellent writing, technical, communication and organizational skills required. Significant client contact. Manage caseload with a great deal of independence. Fluency in Spanish desired. Full and/or part time available. E-mail resume, specifying related experience, salary requirements, + writing sample to email@example.com. All submissions will remain confidential.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Dupont Circle, DC - Fast-paced, dynamic nationally recognized, immigration law firm seeking motivated, detail-oriented individuals for business immigration paralegal positions. Strong organizational, writing, and interpersonal skills required. Prior business immigration experience a plus, but not necessary. Great opportunity for individual interested in challenging, exciting work with international clientele; excellent career advancement possibilities and work environment. Competitive salary and benefits. Please email resume, salary requirements, and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (202) 483-6801, Attn: Jim Alexander. No calls please.
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Immigration Event - NY, NY
Feb.7th, NYC, Hilton Hotel - LawScribe is pleased to host LegalTech's offshore legal outsourcing track sessions. This track will explore how legal departments set up and manage outsourcing relationships using case studies from panel experts sharing their experiences in developing successful legal outsourcing processes. Learn the reality of the current offshore legal outsourcing market, who's involved and how much/what type of legal work is currently being performed offshore. Unable to attend but interested in learning more about offshore legal outsourcing? Visit LawScribe on Feb 5-7th - Booth 316, level 1 - or contact Mark Ross. ILW.COM is pleased to be a media event sponsor.
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Honza Prchal's letter (02/05/08 ID) argues that the connection between race and subprime lending is overstated in a recent letter by Semakweli (2/04/08 ID). There are some people who also argued that the connection between race and Katrina was overdone as well, so I suppose that Mr. Prchal's letter is in good company. Ironically, none other than Lou Dobbs himself is now highlighting the devastation that mortgage foreclosures are causing in black neighborhoods, a worthwhile change of pace from his obsession with the Mexican border. I have not seen any coverage on his show, so far, however, of the same devastation that subprime foreclosures are causing in Latino neighborhoods, nor do I expect to any time soon. This is not to say that whites, particularly among the elderly, have not also been taken in by the subprime lending scam which, according to a recent Financial Times article, is now under investigation by the FBI and SEC. One hopes that appropriate prison sentences will eventually be meted out to the predatory lenders involved, irrespective of the race of their millions of victims, who include many legal and illegal immigrants as well as US citizens.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
With regard to Honza Prchal's latest letter (02/05/08 ID), denying my letter's claim that there is a big racial element in subprime lending, I can only say that I admire his letter's vision of America as a color blind society, where race and class do not count, whether one is talking about mortgage lending, immigration, or whatever. But, compared with the reality of today's America, is this vision anything more than a fantasy?
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