License To Drive
The Austin American-Statesman reports "Now, under a regulation that took effect Oct. 1 in the name of national security, the state has tightened its license policy more by requiring foreign nationals to prove they are lawfully here before they can get an original, renewal or duplicate driver's license or ID card." For the full story, see here.
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US Tax Compliance For Immigrants And Employers: The Lawyer's Complete Guide
ILW.COM is pleased to announce a new book on tax compliance for immigrants
and employers authored by noted authority Paula Singer. The outline is as
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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
- J-1 Nonstudent Exchange Visitors Performing U.S. Services
- U.S. Taxation of H-1B Specialty Workers
- U.S. Taxation of B-1 Business Visitors
- U.S. Taxation of Foreign Students
- Tax Treaty Benefits for Foreign Nationals Performing U.S. Services
- What You Need to Know About Exchange Visitors
Filipino Immigrants In The US
Aaron Terrazas for the Migration Information Source writes "The number of Filipino immigrants in the US tripled between 1980 and 2006, from 501,440 to 1.6 million, making them the second largest immigrant group in the US after Mexican immigrants and ahead of the Chinese, Indian, and Vietnamese foreign born."
Paula N. Singer, Esq. writes "Stipends are payments typically given to individuals to help defray living or other costs, often under the assumption that they are not taxable."
Immigrants Of The Week: Phil Keoghan, Sonal Shah, and Mel Martinez
Greg Siskind honors immigrants of the week.
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DOS Update On Fraud In Africa Priority Three Program
The Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration of the Department of State issued an updated fact sheet about the Fraud in Africa Priority Three Program.
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EB-5 Investor Program
There is no need to wait for the Regional Center program to be extended before it sunsets on September 30, 2008. This is a 300 acre project in Southern California near San Juan Capistrano. The Project will create at least 300 new full-time jobs through the
development of a resort hotel/spa & corporate retreat, an upscale equestrian
centre with 1000 stalls, arena, training and boarding facilities and, along
with a vineyard, an olive orchard, and 30 estate view lots. The developers
and general partners have extensive experience in high profile developments.
The Project qualifies under the EB-5 Investor Visa program for an immigrant
investor in need of a permanent residence in the US "Green Card". The
project is a Targeted Employment Area (TEA) requiring investments at the
reduced $500,000 level.
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Teachers Learn Ways To Present Immigration
"What we want the students to think about is, if we're going to allow immigration, who should it be?"
Feds Revive Amnesty Of 1986
The federal government plans to give legal status to certain unauthorized immigrants who applied for a 1986 amnesty program but were either unfairly excluded or never received a response to their request.
DPS Random Checkpoint Plan Appropriately Scrapped
Illegal immigration is a problem in Texas, but remaking state troopers into immigration agents isn't the answer.
Rove Says Immigration Reform Key To Saving GOP
The plan includes "regaining ground among critial voting groups including Hispanics."
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Tues, Dec 9th - 1:30pm - 3:pm EST. The CUNY School of Professional Studies is pleased to invite you to a free webinar "Understanding I-9s and E-Verify". The webinar will teach participants the "best practices" with respect to employment verification, the preparation of I-9s, and the legal responsibilities of the employer. Space is limited. Reserve your webinar seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/864365628.
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It struck me as interesting that the November 17 news story on Nobel Prize Winner Rigoberta Menchu's visit of solidarity to Postville does not highlight her name in the title or in the sample blurb. I wonder if this is because Miss Menchu "changed many elements of her life, family and village in order to meet the publicity needs of the guerilla movement, which she joined as a political cadre"? There is more at the Answers website if one does a search of her name. I am all for defending the defenseless and workers' rights, but Ms. Menchu is perhaps not the best ally in such struggles, not despite her widely-read autobiographical fiction, but because of it. Her opposition to workers rights in other parts of the world, such as the ultimately successful struggle by a labor union that was actually named Solidarity, and the record of physical and intellectual thuggishness by herself and her comrades in arms, plays into the hands of restrictionists who see much immigration organizing as suspect and probably does as much to turn off those who would otherwise be willing to help immigrants, legal and illegal, be treated fairly as it does to garner visibility for them.
Honza Prchal, Esq.
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