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Crimes And Immigration: A Definitive Manual For Winning Cases
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- Chapter 1: Evaluating A Criminal Case For Immigration Purposes
- Chapter 2: Criminal Grounds Of Inadmissibility And Waivers
- Chapter 3: Criminal Grounds Of Deportability
- Chapter 4: Good Moral Character
- Chapter 5: Detention And Removal Of Noncitizens Charged With Criminal
Grounds Of Inadmissibility Or Deportability
- Chapter 6: Applications For Relief From Removal For Criminal Aliens In
- Chapter 7: Working With Criminal Defense Counsel And The Criminal
Courts On The Structure And Amelioration Of Convictions
- Chapter 8: Judicial Review
- CD-ROM: Over 700 Critical Documents - Significant statutory provisions
of 8 USC, 18 USC, and other public laws, Relevant regulatory sections and
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Immigrants Of The Week: Howard Bach, Bob Malaythong, and Phillip Dutton
Greg Siskind honors the immigrants of this week.
Bloggings On Dysfunctional Government
Angelo Paparelli shares the latest entries as of August 8, 2008 on his Dysfunctional Agencies blog.
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USCIS Says Passport Card Acceptable For I-9 Process
USCIS informed the public that the new U.S. Passport Card may be used in the Employment Eligibility Verification form (I-9) process.
DOS Eliminates Board of Appellate Review
DOS published an interim final rule eliminating the Department's Board of
Appellate Review (L/BAR). L/BAR's jurisdiction has been
in large part
replaced by review of loss of citizenship and passport matters by the
Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs.
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The public outcry that derailed last year's push for comprehensive immigration reform hasn't stopped lawmakers from trying to change immigration law.
Former Immigration Lawyer Practiced Law Sans License
Former immigration attorney James C. Lopez, 50, was arrested July 17 on a $50,000 warrant and faces felony charges that include several counts of practicing law after he had resigned from the California State Bar, as well as charges of grand theft.
Drawing Accurate Pictures of Immigration
It's surely the most emotionally charged highway sign in America: A father, mother and little girl, silhouetted as shadows against a yellow background, desperately darting across a roadway.
Why Don't The Candidates Have A Solution For The Illegal Alien Problem?
With regard to immigration, most pundits inside the blogosphere suggest little difference between the Presidential candidates.
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Sweet Mandarin: The Courageous True Story of Three Generations of Chinese Women and Their Journey from East to West
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Honza Prchal's letter (08/08/08 ID) says that racism was not the only reason for restrictive immigration practices in the 1880's or 1950's. However, my letter of August 7, which his letter was responding to, was focused on the Chinese exclusion laws, though some other groups were also mentioned (in a reference to the 1924 Immigration Act). In reply, I can only say that if racism was not the reason for the Chinese exclusion laws, that were not totally done away with until the 1950's, or for the 1924 "national origins quotas" law that stayed on the books until 1965, then the Soviet Union had nothing to do with the fact that communism prevailed in Czechoslovakia and the rest of Eastern Europe from 1945 to 1989.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
Matt M. Dummermuth, United States Attorney, defends the handling of 305 criminal cases in Postville, Iowa. Each participant in the criminal cases had ethical obligations. This includes the U.S. government, the criminal defense lawyers, and the judges. It is difficult to believe that in four days over 300 defendants gave up their rights and agreed to be deported. In the raid at the Bianco factory in New Bedford, Massachusetts, on March 6, 2007, the government said that 71 of the workers who had been arrested and quickly moved to Texas had signed away all of their rights. As attorneys for New Bedford detainees, when we spoke with them, 54 stated that they didn't know what they were signing or felt they had no choice. As it turns out many of the workers were Maya from Guatemala who had legitimate claims for political asylum. In Iowa, the criminal prosecution served as a sledgehammer forcing detained immigrants to give up their rights in their criminal and deportation cases. So many questions remain unanswered. Why did over 300 criminal trials have to be decided in four days? Who explained to the workers their options under our immigration laws? Did any of them have a legitimate fear of returning to their countries? Efficiency cannot trump due process. Each participant in the Iowa criminal cases must examine his or her role. Did each really meet his or her ethical obligations?
Harvey Kaplan, Esq., Kaplan, O'Sullivan & Friedman, LLP
If American citizens abroad were treated the same way non US citizens are treated in the US for imigration purposes US Embassy's abroad would be up in arms.
The trouble with the USCIS is they don't use any amount of common sense they just go by the manual.
I have been helping UK citizens emmigrate to the US for the past 12 years, the sad fact is that a lot of British don't want to come here anymore and that won't bode well for the future.
USCIS wake up.
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