A recent Reuben Navarette editorial says, "What concerns me is a scenario where local police officers, who lack the more than 20 weeks of specialized training that Border Patrol agents receive, tell themselves they're Wyatt Earp and try to clean up Anytown USA by removing illegal immigrants or anyone they think is an illegal immigrant. Before long, you've got U.S.-born Hispanics caught up in that dragnet." For the full editorial, see here.
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Family-Based Immigration: Nuts And Bolts
Our new book, Family-Based Immigration: Nuts & Bolts; Editor: Charles Wheeler of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) features:
++ Chapters: Immediate Relatives And The Preference System, Overview Of The Application Process For Permanent Residence, Adjustment Of Status, Consular Processing, Immigrating Through Marriage, Grounds Of Inadmissibility, Waivers Of Inadmissibility,
Affidavit Of Support, Self-Petitions For Abused Spouses And Children, & Ethics
++ 35 Appendices include: Sample Request For Criminal History, Documenting I-130 Petitions, Sample Motion To Reinstate I-130, Consular Processing Instruction Package, Consular Processing Appointment Package, Suggested Evidence Of Bona Fide Marriage, I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(h) (Criminal Convictions), I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(i) (Fraud Or Misrepresentation), I-601 Waiver Packet Based On INA § 212(a)(9) (B)(v) (Unlawful Presence), & I-212, Request For Permission To Reapply For Admission After Deportation
++ CD-ROM includes: relevant regulatory sections from 8 CFR, 22 CFR, etc., many forms from USCIS, DOS, SSA & IRS, significant statutory provisions, key BIA & Federal cases, selected USCIS memos, public health service documents, etc.
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2007 Outstanding American By Choice Recipients
US Citizenship And Immigration Services showcases outstanding American immigrants who have achieved success in business, politics, academia, and the arts.
March 12, 2008
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CIS Ombudsman Releases K3 Visa Family Unification Q&As
The following are questions and corresponding answers discussed during the January 31, 2008 teleconference.
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Immigration Event - Washington, DC
Immigrant Policies Go Local: The Varying Responses of Local Governments to Low-Skilled and Undocumented Immigration
Woodrow Wilson Center, 3:00-5:00 pm, Wednesday, March 12, 2008. 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
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Has Immigration Daily seen the ImmigrationProf Blog posting entitled, "Immigration Attorney Harassed by ICE at Home" posted on March 10, 2008?
Susanna I. Bogue, Esq.
San Francisco, CA
Hooray to S. Gary Polozola of Fort Worth, TX's letter (03/11/08 ID), which describes Immigration Daily smelling like fertilizer. Now is the time for all good folks to aid others and country.
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