Comment: Wrong Border - In an article published in the October 21 issue of Immigration Daily, Scott Stewart of Stratfor points out "As Stratfor has noted before, many terrorist plots have originated in Canada - far more than have had any sort of nexus to Mexico… Moreover, most terrorist operatives who have traveled to the United States intending to participate in terrorist attacks have flown directly into the country from overseas… While there is concern over security on the southern U.S. border, past plots involving foreign terrorist operatives traveling to the United States have either involved direct travel to the United States or travel from Canada. There is simply no empirical evidence to support the idea that the Mexican border is more likely to be used by terrorist operatives than other points of entry." In spite of abundance of evidence that our Southern border poses lesser security risk than our Northern border, why do you think most of the clamor of about security is focused on our Southern border? Offer your hypothesis in our letters section or by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Focus: The Immigration Compliance Book
The Immigration Compliance Book, Editors Angelo A. Paparelli, L. Batya Schwartz Ehrens, and Dan Siciliano features contributions from Jason Burritt, Francis E. Chin, Philip C. Curtis, Laura Danielson, John Fay, Bonnie K. Gibson, Richard Gump, Douglas D. Hauer, Susanne C. Heubel, Loan Huynh, Jay Jorgensen, Susan Kelly, Adam Ketcher, Cynthia Lange, Kevin Lashus, Robert F. Loughran, Kristin Major, Johanna Marmon, Cyrus D. Mehta, Maggie Murphy, Michael Patrick, Julie Pearl, Justin A. Rymer, Olivia M. Sanson, Lynn O. Tarran, Vinh C. Trieu, Steve Trow, Greg Wald, Matthew Warren and Michael J. Wildes. The Table of Contents is as follows:
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- Editors' Introduction
- Understanding I-9 Concepts
- I-9 Advanced Topics
- Employer E-Verify Considerations
- E-Verify Advanced Topics
- DHS Enforcement Through ICE Raids and Audits
- Specialty Topics
- Resource Materials
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Sunnyvale, CA, - Sindell Law Offices, P.C. a boutique business immigration law firm, seeks an experienced paralegal. Our firm focuses on the representation of Japanese corporations and nationals in various business immigration matters. We seek a paralegal with 2-5 years of experience dealing with clients, forms, L-1, H-1b, E, PERM, and other NIV visas, someone who has experience preparing RFE responses. Most important skills include English writing skills, ability to analyze complex legal issues, and excellent organizational skills.
We have offices in New York City and Sunnyvale, California (near San Jose) The position is for our Sunnyvale office but will require a one month training commitment in our New York office prior to starting in Sunnyvale. Japanese fluency is a plus for this position. Salary commensurate with experience.
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