Local And Federal Enforcement
Las Vegas Sun reports "Illegal immigrants who get into trouble with the law in Las Vegas will be referred to federal immigration enforcement officers - even if they aren't found guilty of any criminal offense - thanks to a new program being instituted by the city's police department.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department announced Wednesday a partnership between Immigration and Customs Enforcement that will implement a jail-based program focusing on identifying criminals who are illegally in the United States."
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US Tax Compliance For Immigrants And Employers: The Lawyer's Complete Guide
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- International Aspects of Individual U.S. Tax Returns
- A Guide for Filing IRS Forms 1042 and 1042-S
- L-1 Intracompany Transferees on U.S. Assignment
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Ten Ways Blogs Boost A Law Firm's Image
Edward Poll writes "When done right, blogs are an informative, vibrant calling card that represents you to the world."
Bloggings on Nurse Immigration
Christopher T. Musillo of the Hammond Law Group shares the latest entries as of October 17, 2008 on his nurse immigration blog.
Immigrants Of The Day: Anne Elisabeth Jane "Liz" Claiborne of Belgium, Charles Fried of Czechoslovakia, and Neil Percival Young of Canada
Kevin R. Johnson celebrates the achievements of these immigrants.
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ICE Publishes Quarterly SEVIS Report
ICE published its quarterly report on its Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) that contains a statistical breakdown of trends in foreign student representation in U.S. academic and exchange programs.
USCIS On New Adoptions From Vietnam
USCIS and DOS issued a joint statement with the government of Vietnam announcing that the processing of new adoption cases will not resume until both countries sign a new bilateral agreement. See the announcement here and se the FAQs here.
INA amended by H.R. 6020
H.R. 6020 amended the Immigration and Nationality Act to protect the well-being of soldiers and their families, and for other purposes.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
El Paso, TX - USCIS Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) seeks experienced attorney for the position of Associate Regional Counsel. Responsibilities include providing on-site legal advice to the local District Office USCIS personnel on issues involving immigration related adjudications, inadmissibility and deportability grounds, and national security, and providing litigation support to U.S. Attorneys' Offices on cases arising from local District adjudications. Applicants must possess a JD degree, be an active member of the bar (any jusrisdiction) and have 2+ years of post JD experience. For more info, key in Job Announcement Number: COU-CIS-2008-0012 at USAJobs.com. Submit a resume, cover letter + writing sample to: William.Finley@dhs.gov. Must be received by close of business Friday, October 24, 2008. Position is at the GS-13-GS-15 levels, open until filled. No relocation reimbursement available.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Atlanta, Georgia (Midtown/Buckhead) - Boutique international corporate firm seeks experienced (5-10 years) attorney to
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Credential Evaluation And Translation
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J-1 Visa Program
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Two Years Later, Little Achieved On Immigration
With two of Suffolk County’s most controversial immigration laws bogged down in the courts, advocates and members of the Legislature say County Executive Steve Levy’s policies have failed to drive illegals from the county.
Police To Share Immigration Status With Feds
Illegal immigrants who get into trouble with the law in Las Vegas will be referred to federal immigration enforcement officers - even if they aren't found guilty of any criminal offense - thanks to a new program being instituted by the city's police department.
Immigration In The Presidential Debate
Yes folks, that's all. The word "immigration" was finally brought up in the debates, but it was only mentioned as one word.
Professor Stresses Benefits Of Immigration
Last night, University of Illinois professor Jorge Chapa spoke about the legality of undocumented workers, advocating for the government, employers and the general public to pursue reform.
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New Attorney - Newark, NJ
Meyner And Landis LLP, is pleased to announce that Scott R. Malyk has joined the firm as an associate attorney within the Immigration and Naturalization Group. Scott was previously an associate with the firm of Greenberg, Dauber, Epstein & Tucker, PC, Newark, New Jersey. Scott graduated with distinction from Lafayette College in 1998 and received his law degree from Seton Hall School of Law in 2002. Scott is a member of the bar in New Jersey and New York and was recently selected by New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine as one of the "Top Young Lawyers In New Jersey." www.meyner.com
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