Comment: Self Deportation - Fox News Latino reports "But by far the most memorable and the oddest moment was Romney's brilliant solution to immigration: self-deportation. Immediately, a flood of live tweets from viewers, political insiders and Latino influencers jumped to criticize his confusing answer. When asked about the process to send people home, Romney's solution left the audience intrigued, speechless and confused. 'The answer is self-deportation (with some remote laughter on the background) When they don't have work or documents they will go back home ...Ultimately we will then allow people to get back in line at home until the reach the front of the line,' Romney said." Winning a significant percentage of Latino vote is critical for any Republican hoping to become a president. Spouting anti-immigration rhetoric is a sure fire way for a candidate to "self-deport" himself from the White House - even before he gets there. What do you make of this term "self-deportation"? Let us know by writing to email@example.com.
Article: Green Card Stories: An Introduction by Laura Danielson and Steve Yale-Loehr
Bloggings: Powdered Wig Immigration with the Lawyer as Potted Plant by Angelo Paparelli
Bloggings: The Visa Bulletin In The Months' Ahead by Chris Musillo
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Focus: The Consular Posts Book
The Table of Contents for "The Consular Posts Book" is as follows:
PART I. MAJOR CONSULAR POSTS
A chapter each on - Argentina - Buenos Aires; Armenia - Yerevan; Australia - Sydney; Brazil - Sao Paulo; Canada -Toronto; China - Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shanghai; Colombia - Bogota; France - Paris; Germany - Frankfurt, and Munich; Haiti - Port au Prince; India - Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, and New Delhi; Jamaica - Kingston; Nigeria - Lagos; Philippines - Manila; Taiwan - Taipei; Trinidad and Tobago - Port of Spain; United Kingdom - London; Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City.
PART II. THEORY AND PRACTICE
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: New Attorney Vulnerabilities in International Practice
Chapter 3: Trade and Immigration Tightening? NAFTA, WTO, GATS Soup to Nuts
Chapter 4: Tips for Avoiding B-1/B-2 Visa Denials and Correcting other Refusal Issues with the Consul
Chapter 5: The Visa Waiver Program (VWP): Not As Simple and Easy As It Looks
Chapter 6: Non-Immigrant Classes and Their U.S. Tax Obligations
Chapter 7: E-1/E-2 Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors
Chapter 8: The Consular Role in L-1 Blanket Petitions
Chapter 9: H-1B "Dependent Employees": From Labeling to Lawbreaking
Chapter 10: Temporary Assignment of H-1B Employees to Client Work Sites
Chapter 11: State Department Name-Checks and Security Advisory Opinions (SAOs)
Chapter 12: ICE Data-Mining and Federal Benefits Fraud Task Forces - Send In the Marines: Best Practices to Survive Audits and Task Forces
Chapter 13: What to do if Your Client's Visa is Denied: Visa Office Advisory Opinions
Chapter 14: A Template for Attorney Risk-Assessment
PART III. THE CONSULAR POSTS RESOURCES ON CD-ROM
For contributor bios, more info, and to order, please see: http://www.ilw.com/books/ConsularPosts.shtm. Or for fax, please see: http://www.ilw.com/books/ConsularPosts.pdf
Headline: Mexicans in South Carolina "Confused" About Immigration Law
Headline: Romney on immigration: I'm for "self-deportation" ow.ly/8ElJB
Headline: NYTimes: In Deportation Policy Test, 1 in 6 Offered Reprieve nyti.ms/zeBVBi
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