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- TN Status For Nurses By Christopher Wendt
- Practice Pointers for Presenting TN Applications By Leslie Holman
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- Adjustment Of Status For Professional Nurses By Sylvia Boecker
- Building International Bridges By Commission On Graduates Of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS International)
- Tips For Staffing Companies In Planning Their Posting Strategies By Ronald Nair
- Licensure: US State Licenses For International Nurses By Patrick Curran
- Immigration Basics For Allied Professional Healthcare Workers By Christopher Musillo
- Managing Or Achieving Expectations: The Key To Success By Michael Hammond
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V. AFTERWORD: Musings After 2 Decades In Nurse Immigration By James David Acoba
- The Business Of Nurse Immigration By Mireille Kingma
- Recruitment Of Workers In The Philippines: Playing Ball With The POEA By Ronald Nair
- Successful International Nurse Recruiting By C. Philip Slaton
- Nurse Assimilation By Yvette Mooney
- Hospitals' Responses To Nurse Staffing Shortages By Jessica May, Gloria Bazzoli and Anneliese Gerland
- Nurse Perspectives Of The Migration Experience By Mariah Rutherford-Olds
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Whitehouse Summarizes Proposed Immigration Funding In Budget
The White House released a summary of the proposed changes to immigration-related funding in the President Obama's FY2010 budget.
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Justices Strike Down Postville Tactic
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I found myself agreeing wholeheartedly with Robert Yang's letter (05/06/09 ID), until it concluded "when a foreigner and a human being questions why he must have an authorization aka legal status" outside his native country to work to a willing employer... then we must view it as a struggle against human rights violation and universal justice." Mr. Yang's letter suggests that America should have no restrictions on foreign workers, so long as they are coming to work for a "willing employer." Mr. Yang's letter claims, "Freedom of movement and freedom to trade of all human beings should be protected and guaranteed as parts of universal human rights." There is no rational argument to support a position that "human rights" include unfettered transnational migration in search of employment. Laws should be just and companionate and they must be respected, even in disagreement, or we have anarchy. America’s immigration laws, while sadly lacking, given the realities of the 21st century, do not violate the principles of "universal justice," as they did in the days of the abhorable Chinese Exclusion Act. Restrictions on US employment are not per se bad, but indiscriminately protect first world American workers from third-world workers willing to work at substandard wages and still live better than in their home country. Until pigs fly and until there is one world government, sovereign nations will continue to have the right to regulate themselves. Unless such regulation shocks the human conscience, they have the right to do so under international law. While refusing foreigners entry and the ability to lawfully apply for status under the laws of a nation on the basis of race may be Apartheid, indiscriminately refusing foreigners access to a country's employment pool does not shock the conscience and is not.
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Not being "the sharpest knife in the drawer", I may have missed the point from David Murray's letter (05/06/09 ID), when he stated, in part, "under the law illegal aliens are not criminals". Some are, some aren't, if he's just referring to their illegal entry and status here in the U.S. 8 USC, 1325, and various other provisions of law make it a crime to enter the country without inspection or through fraud and felonies for repeat violations. And according to my old dictionary, "criminal", when used as a noun, is a person who has committed a crime. And as we know, illegal aliens who work in the U.S. commit a variety of crimes every day related to document fraud, etc. If Mr. Murray's letter's point was that all illegal aliens aren't major felons, I agree. But to say that "illegal aliens are not criminals" isn't any more correct than saying that all illegal aliens are felons; some are, some aren't.
Regarding the ID comment on Army Recruiting Immigrants (05/07/09 ID): I think that is great however it still does not help my husband. he is an illegal who came to this country 8yrs ago by walking the border. we are married and have three children two of which are his by birth. I am a us citizen born in the us to american parents however it is realy hard for my husband and i being that he is not and we have been told there is nothing we can my husband has on more then one acasion stated he would be more then happy to serve in the military as long as it helped us stay together as a family he speeks fluent english
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