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Per Diem Allowances
Paula N. Singer writes "Employers are allowed to exclude from income an employee's business-related travel expenses as a working condition fringe benefit under Section 132 when the amounts are paid or reimbursed under an accountable plan."
Immigrants Of The Week: Marion Pringle, Jeffrey Kofman, and Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos
Greg Siskind writes "The Oregonian newspaper in Portland reports on Marion Pringle who became a citizen at the age of 104 this week."
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg writes "But one of the most important steps that Washington can take to promote long-term economic growth is fixing our broken immigration system."
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DOS Announces Passport Day
The Department of State released information on its second annual Passport Day where U.S. citizens throughout the country can apply for a passport at any one of the 23 regional passport agencies without an appointment.
USCIS Will Begin Accepting H-1B FY 2011 April 1st
USCIS announced that it will begin accepting H-1B petitions subject to the fiscal year (FY) 2011 cap on April 1, 2010.
DOS Cable On Vaccinations
The Department of State issued a cable providing information on the new criteria for vaccinations that became effective December 14, 2009.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Laguna Niguel, CA - The Office of the Chief Counsel seeks experienced attorney for its Training and Knowledge Management Division (TKMD). Attorney will serve as advisor to the Division Chief of TKMD, the Chief Counsel, and to USCIS and other Departmental components on issues relating to U.S. immigration laws. Attorney will provide legal advice, develop, and conduct training on a variety of immigration related issues. Position has a particular focus on employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant classifications, and will be located at California Service Center. Travel is connected with position. For more info, key in Job Announcement Number: COU-CIS-2010-0001 at USAJobs.com. Applications submitted through USAJOBS will not be considered. Submit resume, cover letter + two writing samples (max. 10 pps.) to: Janice Neetenbeek, Chief, TKMD: at Janice.Neetenbeek@dhs.gov. Must be received by close of business, Monday, March 22, 2010. Position is at the GS-13/14/15 levels. No relocation reimbursement available.
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Man charged with leading student visa fraud op. Got paid 4 sitting in class & taken exams so visas would remain valid http://ow.ly/1gcm3
CLE Seminar Employer Compliance For Experts. Learn abt the proliferation of E-Verify. Sign up for the March 11 session at http://ow.ly/1fIbT
RT @GrayRiv: In Jury Selection for Hate Crime (murder of M. Lucero in NY), a Struggle to Find Tolerance http://nyti.ms/9QnO15 #immigration
Idaho: #Immigration bill targeting employers nixed http://ow.ly/1g956
AZ bishops disapprove of new #immigration law: undocumented victims of crime would not report to authorities out of fear http://ow.ly/1g8Wd
The waiting game: #immigration processing times. Adjusting status based on marriage with US citizen http://ow.ly/1g8Fp
National ID Card in Schumer-Graham #Immigration Plan http://ow.ly/1g5Tp
Undocumented youth come out shadow and call Senator Durbin to deliver DREAM Act http://ow.ly/1fMqd #dreamact #immigration
Mexicans Create Jobs in the US: Sick of Drug Wars, Wealthy Mexicans Move to US to Start Businesses http://ow.ly/1fM7I
Mr. President, Congress: The Time for #Immigration Reform Is Now: If mtg is just to "hear more," it's NOT going 2 cut it! http://ow.ly/1fLHT
FL, US would benefit economically from modernized #immigration policy: Emphasize economic gain in CIR debate! http://ow.ly/1fLA9
Obama meets TODAY with Schumer and Graham http://ow.ly/1fKAq Is this more hot air, or will there be real bill text and markup schedule?
The I-140 Book by Herbert Weiss. For the complete table of contents and to get your copy, go to http://ow.ly/1fHPm #immigration #legal
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