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AAO Approves EB-2 I-140 For Beneficiary With A 3-Year Bachelor's Degree And A 2-Year Master's Degree From India
Cora-Ann V. Pestaina writes "This decision should not be perceived as a blanket endorsement of all 2-year foreign Master's degrees that are preceded by a 3-year Bachelor's degree."
Bloggings: April 17, 2008
Greg Siskind shares the latest entries to his blog.
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DOL Final Rule On E3 Visas
DOL promulgated a final rule amending its regulations regarding the temporary
employment of nonimmigrant foreign professionals in order to implement
procedural requirements applicable to the E-3 visa category.
Aytes Memo On Extension Of Validity Of Medical Certifications
USCIS Associate Director Aytes issued a memo on the extension of validity of medical certifications on Form I-693.
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McCain Plea To Hispanics Dismays Anti-Immigration Republicans
Crossing The Line?
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Immigration Event - Washington, DC
April 17, 2008 - Cato Institute is pleased to present a Capitol Hill briefing on "Highly Skilled Immigrants: Opening the Doors to Prosperity" This event is free and open to the public. For more info, see: http://www.cato.org/event.php?eventid=4765
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One of the problems with non-lawyers voicing their opinion about the state of the law is that very often they misunderstand and misstate it. It is one thing to voice an opinion as to a particular fact, but when commenting on the state of the law, misinterpretation often leads to blunder, as evidenced by Robert Yang’s letter (04/16/08 ID). In analyzing the law, Mr. Yang's letter is just plain wrong and factually Mr. Yang's letter is incorrect in quoting my letter (04/15/08 ID) as having said the Servanos "lied" on their "original applications." My letter never said that; what it said was that the Servanos "hid the fact of their Philippines marriage and immigrated as 1st preference." They would have had to have concealed the fact of their marriage in their DS-230 application - item 9 on the current DS-230 - which asks for marital status. Had they checked "married" their Priority Dates would not have been current and they would each have suffered a kick down into 4th Preference Family Based. Whether US immigration laws and the waiting times are "ridiculous" is a subject of debate and much needed immigration reform, but violating and/or misunderstanding the effect of a law can lead to disaster, and good or bad, the law requires that the law be followed. The Servanos did not follow the law, but must have circumvented it by failing to reveal their true marital status at the time they applied for 1st Preference permanent residency benefits. The mistake the Servanos made is a good example of why every alien who seeks US immigration benefits should consult competent legal counsel, who can advise them of the law and the consequences naturally flowing therefrom.
David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA
Wrt ID's editing of my letter (04/16/08 ID), I suppose that it would have at least made some sense if ID had gotten the second to the last word correct, as substituting "his" with "its" changes the subject of the sentence from a reference to Mr. Roberts to a reference to the Constitution, which makes no sense at all in this context.
Robert R. Gard, Esq.
Mr Yang's letter (04/16/08 ID) indicates the letter writer's soft spot for every illegal alien. The letter
misses a simple fact: these two committed fraud against the US
government. They, knowing they were married, instead checked the "single"
box on their immigrant visa applications, also knowing that they were
concealing a material fact (INA 212 a 6C i) to obtain an immigration benefit
(since their priority date would back up by many years if they revealed
their true marital status). It matters not that they are doctors nor
pillars of any community. They have disadvantaged others by their actions
and thus, deserve to be deported. Let them return to the Philippines and
start anew, just like thousands of others waiting their turn to immigrate to
the United States of America, legally.
Most H1B workers are unaware of their rights and are thus exploited. Under DOL guideleines, not paying on bench and charging for H1B fee is illegal. Department of Labor website
has a case list of decisions on labor condition applications (LCA). Poor workers should be aware of this DOL resource so that they have a better understanding of their rights and can feel encouraged to file complaint with DOL if needed.
The normally factual letters of David Murray seem to be in
retrogression with 4/16/08 ID which seems nostalgic for the days of woodstock, group handholding, singing cum ba ya, etc. The entry mess we have now is best described as a "racially charged",
"pyrogenic explosion", not prudent measures that serve citizens
interests first. Robert Gittelson's Article's arguments (4/16/08 ID) only displays the distorted degree that advocates of illegals will go. In response to Robert Gard's letter (4/16/08 ID),
to "prevent birth citizenship" (JR letter - 4/15/08 ID) doesn't require "changing the Constitution", only to go back to the original meaning of the 14th amd. which has been misinterpreted by liberal courts. It was added to the Constitution, post Civil War, to address injustices to African-Americans. The phrase "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" was also intended to exclude from automatic citizenship American born persons whose allegiance to the US was questionable. In 1866, Senator
Jacob Howard, co-author of the 14th Amd. citizenship clause wrote: "Every Person born within the limits of the US, and
subject to their jurisdiction, is by virtue of natural law and national law a citizen of the US. This will not, of course, include persons born in the US who are foreigners, aliens, or who
belong to the families of ambassadors". In the case of illegals, their native country has a claim of allegiance to any child, US jurisdiction is impaired and logically denies automatic citizenship. The 14th amd. allows Congress power to clarify this by enactment of legislation stating its intent is not to include the offspring of illegals. Legislation has been introduced into the current Congress to do this -- H.R. 7 by Rep Brian Bilbray and H.R. 346 by Rep Bob Stump. Most nations do not allow birthright citizenship.
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