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A Brownsville Herald report states "After a one-month deliberation, US District Judge Andrew S. Hanen has issued the most significant decision in the border fence's short judicial history." For the full news story, see here. The court's Order is available at: http://www.nnirr.org/resources/docs/EloisaTamezCase3-7-08-Order.pdf.
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Deadline Is Tuesday, Mar 11th For Post Filing Responsibilities
The curriculum for the Mar 13th phone session of "PERM 2008: Winning Your
Case In The Year Of
The Rat", (with Lorna Rogers Burgess as discussion leader, and Janet
Cheetham, Jeanne Malitz, Lawrence Rudnick, Rebecca Sigmund, Michael
Turansick, and Roy Watson as the distinguished panelists) is as follows:
The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, March 11th. For more info,
speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see:
http://www.ilw.com/seminars/januaryB2008.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/januaryB2008.pdf).
- Document retention file
- Responding to an audit
- How to file a motion to reconsider
- How to file an appeal
- Review of BALCA decisions on PERM applications
- Federal court
Roving H-1B Employees: An Employer's Guide To Labor Condition Applications
D.Ray Mantle writes "For those employers lucky enough to win one or more of the coveted H-1B cap workers, or who have existing H-1B workers transfer into their workforce, helping the individual maintain their legal status can be just as tricky."
What About Immigration?
Julian L. Simon for the Foundation for Economic Education writes "Immigration is one of the most important topics of our times. The issue seems to pit (though it really does not) two fundamental values against each other - lending a helping hand to strangers and ensuring the economic self- interest of family and community.
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USCIS Announces 18-Month TPS For Somalia Nationals
USCIS announced an 18-month extension of Temporary Protected Status for nationals of Somalia through September 17, 2009.
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Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
Blacksburg, VA - Virginia Tech invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Director for Visa Services. This position is an administrative and professional faculty appointment and will report directly to the Associate Provost for International Affairs and work in a small, collegial non-student visa office. This newly created position will demand in depth knowledge and leadership to develop a comprehensive non-student permanent residency (PR) visa program that will help move Virginia Tech towards its goal of being recognized as a world-class research institution by facilitating recruitment of outstanding international researchers and professors. Salary up to $60,000 commensurate with experience and salary history; excellent benefits also provided. For a detailed job description and application process please refer to: www.jobs.vt.edu, posting #080001. Review of applications will begin on 3/15/2008; however, applications may be received until a candidate is appointed. Virginia Tech is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.
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Soul Twins: A Latino Journey From The Edge To Self-redemption. By Oscar Vega Romero. ISBN 978-0-915745-93-7. $22.95 162 pages. Author Vega Romero contends "I was only one of the many Mexicans willing to face the prospect of death and of leaving a mother bereft, by crossing the US border illegally, in the attempt to make their dreams reality. I left my country without knowledge of the many dangers involved, but with the help of God, I arrived in the US, without authorization of the US government. http://store.floricantopress.com/servlet/Detail?no=10.
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I continue to find Immigration Daily comments as only Bush/Republican bashing, providing nothing to the solution. Compared to the Democrats who do absolutely nothing except leave the immigrants in holy hell while they play nothing except politics. I am amazed Immigration Daily did not equally write a blazing editorial about what the Dems (wits) did this week with the bill they put on the floor with the sole purpose of trying to embarrass McCain. Wake up and smell the roses, because what Immigration Daily has been smelling is the fertilizer.
S. Gary Polozola
Fort Worth, TX
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