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According to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution news story, "The issue of illegal immigration [on the Presidential campaign front], .. may soon see a revival effort." For the full story, see here.
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Litigation Challenging USCIS FOIA Processing
Kip Evan Steinberg "has filed a lawsuit in the Northern District Of California challenging the procedures employed by USCIS to implement the Freedom of Information Act."
Twisting Economics Against Immigrants
P. Gardner Goldsmith writes "But apart from these practical, day-to-day considerations, and separate from the debate over whether immigrants are a net gain or loss to the coffers of the federal government, there is a larger, timeless issue that lies at the heart of the anti-immigrationist assertions."
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USCIS Memo On Withholding Of Adjudication Of Cases
USCIS Deputy Director Scharfen issued a USCIS memo instructing adjudicators regarding the withholding of adjudication of certain categories of cases involving association with, or provision of material support to certain terrorist organizations.
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
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Uncertain Identity: International Migration since 1945 By W. M. Spellman. Reaktion Books, 272 pp. Hardcover, ISBN: 1861893647, $24.95. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1861893647/.
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Jim Roberts's letter's assertions, (3/28/08 ID), assertions are precisely that type of short-sighted stubbornness that has prevented fair-minded patriots from being solving this problem that will benefit the US, and all the hard-working, law abiding people that reside here. Yes, I called "illegals" law abiding, because other than their illegal entry, the ones that will be able to stay under CIR will have to be tax paying and law abiding. The fact that CIR would benefit the foreigners already here is happily coincidental to why we really need CIR. CIR is good and necessary for our countryís ability to compete against world competition in business and in arms. It is only at the expense of those who donít like foreigners. At least some of the "responsibility for hardships of illegals" should be borne by the US itself. It certainly isnít their fault that we need them, which clearly we do, since even with millions of undocumented workers employed in the US, our unemployment rate has been at or near historic lows for almost a decade. Furthermore, since Mr. Roberts's letter keeps harping that Iím in the manufacturing business, (and yes, I did mean another US state). The fact that Iím legally contributing to our economy, and have been helping thousands of people - citizen and non-citizen - over the lifetime of my career to pay their bills and put food on their tables should give me some measure of credibility in this debate. I always make every effort to produce the goods domestically. Donít assume for a minute that this has been easy. In fact, your letter makes the case, even though it wrongly assumed that I was strictly an importer, when it stated "workers who would be illegal here would still be performing beneficial, low-wage work."
Well the time has finally come for all US employers to file their H-1B visa applications to try to bring in cheap foreign labor at the expense of qualified and available American workers. The silver lining at least is the 65,000 cap has not been raised despite the cries from the private business sector and the lawyers that facilitate this un-American travesty.
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