B2s And NY Primary Residence Are Incompatible
Law.com reports "Bianca Jagger and other foreign nationals who are in the United States on tourist visas cannot meet New York City's "primary residence" requirement entitling them to rent-stabilized apartments, the New York Court of Appeals ruled Thursday." For the full story, see here.
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New 2008-2009 Edition For Immigration Practice By Robert C. Divine
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Immigrants Of The Day: Khaled Hosseini of Afghanistan, Dr. Nina L. Khrushcheva of Soviet Union, and John Houseman of Hungary
Kevin R. Johnson celebrates the achievements of these immigrants.
Bloggings on Dysfunctional Government
Angelo Paparelli shares the latest entries as of October 23, 2008 on his Dysfunctional Government blog.
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DHS Secretary Chertoff On Visa Waiver Program
During a roundtable with reporters from select visa waiver program countries, DHS Chertoff said, "For tourists who are going to be using the program, they must register online with the Electronic System of Travel Authorization."
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Immigration Still A 'Political Hot Potato' In Arizona
While some of Arizona's key political races this year are dominated by illegal immigration, the issue has virtually disappeared from the presidential campaigns and debates.
New Civitan Club Plans To Teach Immigrants English
Aguilar said the nation needs a birth of new community groups similar to the Knights of Columbus, which started in the late 1800s as a mutual benefit society that served the immigrant Italian community.
Obama And Mccain Were Once Allies On Immigration Reform
Although they were on the same page two years ago, as the 2008 election approaches, distinctions between the two candidates on the issue have become more pronounced.
The Immigration Elephant
Now in this time of national crisis, when economic peril looms large, both candidates should have been asked pointed questions on their intentions to reshape America's immigration policy.
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While it is unfortunate and significant that no entry enthusiast
expressed concern that: "in 1972, a mere 70 immigration lawyers has grown to over 8,000 immigration lawyers today", (10/23/08 ID letter by JR), the D. Murray yesterday's clarification letter of "umbrage" is
appreciated, with the stand against birthright citizenship, illegal and
employer amnesty and undeserved benefits. The reason for his (10/22/08
ID) letter's inclusion was the criticism: "it is a travesty that US
Consulates around the world deny Visitor Visas to the parents of US
permanent residents and citizens on the basis that they believe they
will not return to their home country" and calling for more US jobs for
non-citizens. As yesterday's ID Comment: "Counterfeit Border Cards" and
the failed 1986 Amnesty have shown, even the best intended laws or
policies are almost always abused, adding to the millions of new
entrants. In view of these "realities of life", the letter of S.
McElroy's 10/21/08 ID letter calling for "No more immigrants" is no more
a "myopic and simplistic solution to US immigration woes" than the
comments of "those of us who have been tuned to the immigration system
for decades". Indeed, it is the advocasy of the latter that has greatly
contributed to the present problems. Until birthright citizenship and
cheap pathways to citizenship and entry are ended and US entry laws are
enforced and tracked as well as video rental stores do their films, most
citizens will continue to equate any liberalization as adding to the
entry flood we already have, and that would include: "legislation
legalizing temporary employment". It is strict enforcement and entry
limitation that will make US a better country, not an easy one.
It is fascinating that the "braceros period that is being paid only for the period of 1942 to 1946." Braceros I believed did not stop until 1962 and some as far as 1976. So those are not being compensated and I cannot see why not since most of the Braceros of the period may be deceased. Welcome to the real world.
Gladys C. Farris
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