Harrison Ford Immigration Movie
The first trailer of Crossing Over, a movie on immigration starring Harrison Ford, has been released. "This movie follows the struggles of different nationalities' immigrants in achieving legal status in Los Angeles. Showing the reality the immigrants find when they try to create their own American dream, it deals with the border, document fraud, the asylum and green card process, work-site enforcement, naturalization, the office of counter terrorism and the clash of cultures." The movie will be released in US theaters on December 3.
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THE PERM BOOK, 2008-2009 Edition, Shipping Now
ILW.COM is pleased to announce THE PERM BOOK, 2008-2009 Edition is shipping now. The book outline is as follows:
PART I. PERM RULE, ANALYSIS, AND COMMENTS
A. PERM Regulation
B. Articles by PERM Writers
C. Editor's Comments to the PERM Rule
PART II. FAQ, STAKEHOLDER & LIAISON MEMORANDA
A. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by Lawrence Rudnick
- 656.1 Preparing PERM for 2nd and 3rd Preference by David Nachman and Ludmila Zimovcak
- 656.3 SVP: Discrepancies between the O*Net and the DOT by Lori S. Melton
- 656.3 The Method By Which the Bureau of Labor Statistics Converted
the DOT Occupations into the OES Occupational Units or "Here's
Another Nice Mess You've Got Us Into
by Barbara Brandes
- 656.10(a)-(c) The Basics of Labor Certification Under PERM : What
You Need to Know Before You Start
by Jeffrey Devore
- 656.10(b) Rights and Obligations of Attorney and Agents Under PERM by Nancy-Jo Merritt
- 656.10(c) Dangers in the Attestation Process by Ramon Carrion
- 656.10(c)(10) What is "Permanent" and "Full-Time" Employment by Timothy Spridgeon
- 656.10(d), (e) Deconstructing PERM Notice Requirements by Susan J. Cohen
- 656.10(f) Preparation of PERM Recruitment Report and Supporting
by Carl Shusterman and Alison Walters
- 656.11 Is Employer "Substitution" Under PERM Dead? by Christian Allen
- 656.12 Prohibition on Payment of Attorney's Fees by Paull Hejinian
- 656.15(a)-(c) Step-by-Step for Schedule-A Applications by Sherry Neal
- 656.15(d) Aliens of Exceptional Ability in the Performing Arts by Howard Kushner
- 656.17(a)-(d) Filing, Withdrawing, Refiling, and Tracking PERM Cases by Katherine Lopez Ley and Davis Bae
- 656.17(e)(1)(B)(1)(4) Professional and Trade Journals Under PERM by Nathan Waxman
- 656.17(e)(1)(I) Regular Recruitment by Nancy-Jo Merritt
- 656.17(e)(ii) PERM Labor Certification Professional Recruitment Steps by Edwin R. Rubin
- 656.17(e)(l)(ii)(A) Note on Online Job Fairs by David Nachman
- 656.17(g)(1) Regarding Recruitment Reports by Leon Wildes and David Lazaar
- 656.17(g)(2) Ethics: What Do you Do When A Qualified US
by Blake Chisam
- 656.17(h)(1) Business Necessity: "Necessary Arguments" by Sofia Zneimer
- 656.17(h)(3) Combination of Occupations under PERM by Nathan Waxman
- 656.17(h)(4)(ii) The Impact of PERM On Experience Gained on the
Job and Alternative Experience
by Nathan A. Waxman
- 656.17(h) Requiring a Foreign Language under PERM by Cyrus D. Mehta
- 656.17(i) Nuts & Bolts: Actual Minimum Requirements &
Experience Gained on the Job
by Rohit Turkhud
- 656.17(i)(3) In-Job Experience: Why we Need it and How We Can Still Get it
by Gary Endelman
- 656.17(k) How Do Layoffs Affect PERM? by Margaret McCormick and Patricia Luna
- 656.17(l) As If You Owned the Place…Alien Influence and Control
Over the Labor Certification Process
by Robert E. Banta and Benjamin M. Lowe
- 656.18 College and University Professors: A Hybrid Between Special Handling and PERM
by Victoria Donoghue
- 656.19 Domestic Workers: At Home and on the Range by Susan L. Brady
- 656.20 How PERM Cases are Selected for Audit by Christina B. LaBrie
- 656.20(c) Requesting Extensions of Time to Respond to Audit Requests
by Jonathan Amdur and Susan Anderson
- 656.24 The Who What When Where of Labor Certification Determination
by Rebecca Sigmund
- 656.24(b)(2)(i) What You Do After the Ads Have Been Run? Resumes, Interviews, and Results
by Edwin R. Litwin
- 656.26 Appeals/Requests For Review Under PERM by Joan Mathieu
- 656.27 Preparing Requests for Review with BALCA by Mitchell L. Wexler and J. Ira Burkemper
- 656.30-31 Fraud, Misrepresentation, Validity, Invalidation and Revocation
by Richard Tasoff
- 656.32 Revocation of Labor Certification by Michael Piston
- 656.40-41 Prevailing Wage Determinations Under PERM by Lawrence Rudnick
B. Summary of DOL PERM Stakeholders Meetings by Lorna Rogers Burgess
C. Frequently Asked Questions
PART III. ETA FORMS, OLD AND NEW
A. The New 9089 PERM Form by Linda Rose
B. What DOL told OMB about PERM by Jay Solomon
C. New ETA Form 9089 and Instructions, Application for Permanent
D. Old ETA Form 9089, Application for Permanent Employment Certification
E. Old ETA Form 9089, Instructions
F. Old ETA Form 9089 Electronic Filing Instructions
G. ETA Form 750A
H. ETA Form 750B
I. ETA Form 750 A and B, Instructions
J. ETA Form 9127, Foreign Labor Certification (FLC) Quarterly Activity Report
PART IV. ROADMAPS AND CHECKLISTS
A. Overview of PERM Cases
B. Overall PERM Flow Chart
C. Employer Checklist
D. Alien Checklist
E. Job Offer Checklist
F. Attorney/Agent Checklist
G. Prevailing Wage Preparation Checklist
H. Prevailing Wage Quick Guide
I. Recruitment Checklist
J. Express SVP Checklist
K. PERM Audit Checklist: 10 Important Points
L. Real and Virtual PERM Addresses
M. What do PERM and H-1B Visas Have in Common?
N. Attorney Competency Self-Test
O. Sample PERM Cases
PART V. BALCA HANDBOOK
A. Introduction to BALCA by Joel Stewart
- Job Zone Five, IT Director
- Job Zone Five, Economist
- Job Zone Four, Consultant, Foreign Law
- Job Zone Four, Accounting Coordinator
- Job Zone Three, Tile Installers Coordinator
B. BALCA PERM Quick Reference Guide by Joel Stewart
C. BALCA En Banc Quick Reference Guide by Joel Stewart
D. BALCA Hearing Procedures
PART VI. FEDERAL LITIGATION GUIDE
A. Introduction to Federal Court Litigation by Sam Udani
B. Exhaustion of Administrative Review by Michael E. Piston
C. Federal Court Litigation-PERM by David B. Pakula
D. Sample Pleading by Michael E. Piston
PART VII: PREVAILING WAGE REVIEW
A. Prevailing Wage Survey & Overview by Jane Goldblum
B. Wage Worksheet Simple Systems 1 by Jane Goldblum
C. Wage Worksheet Simple Systems 2 by Jane Goldblum
D. 656.40 Perm Reg. Determination of PW
E. 656.41 Perm Reg. Certifying Officer Review of PW
F. Prevailing Wage FAQ
G. Appendix A By Alphabetical Order
H. Appendix A By SOC Classification Order
PART VIII: SWA SUMMARY STATE BY STATE
All 50 states + 4 territories (Guam, District of Columbia, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico)
PART IX: PERM RESOURCES ON CD-ROM
A. SOC Structure
B. SOC Definitions
C. SOC 2006 Changes
D. Background On Development Of Appendix A
E. Stratifying Occupational Units By SVP
F. NAICS 2002 Codes And Titles
G. NAICS Codes And Titles - 2007 Revisions
H. Latest OES Wage Data - MDB file
I. 2008 OES Wage Data Structure
J. Latest OES Wage Data - Statistical Area Definitions
K. Appendix A By Alphabetical Order
L. Appendix A By SOC Classification Order
M. Darby v. Cisneros
N. Lawyers Guide To 212(a)(5)(A) By Gary Endelman
O. BALCA Hearing Procedures
P. BALCA En Banc Cases From 1987
Q. Occupational Projections And Training Data
R. Occupational Outlook Handbook
S. Federal Register Notices On PERM
T. Prevailing Wage Determination Policy Guidance
U. What DOL Told OMB About PERM By Jay Solomon
V. ETA Forms Old And New
- New ETA Form 9089 and Instructions, Application for Permanent Employment Certification
- Old ETA Form 9089, Application for Permanent Employment Certification
- Old ETA Form 9089, Instructions
- Old ETA Form 9089 Electronic Filing Instructions
- ETA Form 750A
- ETA Form 750B
- ETA Form 750 A and B, Instructions
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Bloggings on Nurse Immigration
Christopher T. Musillo of the Hammond Law Group shares the latest entries as of November 21, 2008 on his nurse immigration blog.
Immigrants Of The Day: Jesus Manuel Cordova of Mexico, John F. Timoney of Ireland, and M. Night Shyamalan of India
Kevin R. Johnson celebrates the achievements of these immigrants.
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USCIS On Progress Towards Processing Times Goals
USCIS published a chart showing its progress towards its FY 2009 processing times goals.
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Credential Evaluation And Translation
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Obama Picks Scholars To Develop Immigration Plan
On immigration, he picked Alexander Aleinikoff, dean of the Georgetown University Law Center and Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, a professor at Stanford Law School.
Republicans Strategise To Win Back Hispanic Voters
If Republicans want to succeed in future elections, they will have to win over the large numbers of Hispanic voters who left the party in anger over candidates' hard-line stance on immigration, according to Democrats, Republicans and non-partisan Hispanic advocacy groups.
Immigrant's Death Overshadows A Debate
Over the years, the immigration issue has been very, very good to Steve Levy, Suffolk County’s suddenly embattled county executive.
ACLU Files Contempt Motion Against Governor Over Immigration Executive Order
The Rhode Island ACLU has filed a motion in R.I. Superior Court, asking that the state be held in contempt or subject to a restraining order for ignoring the dictates of a September 15th court ruling addressing the legality of Governor Donald Carcieri's controversial immigration executive order requiring all vendors and contractors with the state to participate in the federal employment authorization system known as E-Verify.
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Immigration Event - Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, PA - CGFNS International hosts its fifth annual Building Global Alliances Symposium on December 7-8, 2008 at The Four Seasons Hotel, One Logan Square. The theme for this year's symposium is: The Challenges of Migration for Health Professional Women. National and international guests will be in attendance.
For full details, including curriculum, speaker bios, and registration, go to www.cgfns.org/globalevent2008. ILW.COM is pleased to be a media event sponsor.
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I agree with the letters of Donna C. Becker and Peter Hill (11/20/08 ID) about the futility of denying driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. However, we should not fall into the trap of thinking that the movement to deny driver's license privileges is merely the result of overzealous law enforcement or of misguided anti-terror activity. It is something far more insidious, namely part of the cruel and vindictive strategy of "attrition" that seeks to force immigrants to return home voluntarily by cutting off access to legal visas for those who would normally qualify because of their skills or family ties, or, in the case of illegal immigrants, turning their lives in the US into a living hell - unable to drive, unable to work, unable to seek medical attention, educate their children, or even rent or buy a place to live, while living in constant fear of the knock on the door that will lead them to isolated incarceration in an unknown location, cut off from their families and from legal assistance, and held in inhuman conditions before being (according to some reports) forcibly drugged, and, ultimately, sent back to their home countries in shackles. There must be better ways of dealing with our immigration problems than wallowing in this kind of barbarism, which betrays everything that America stands for.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
There is nothing wrong with immigrants that fill all the requirment that the US and europe offers. If they play by the rules. In some places immigration program is bussiness. They do the jobs that natives dont even want to do.
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