Comment: Reagan-style Amnesty - Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson looks at data from a recent Pew Hispanic Center report and argues that now is the time for our government to write and enact rational immigration reform. Mr. Robinson notes the report's finding that more undocumented Mexican immigrants may be leaving the United States than entering it, but he points to the economy, rather than our state and federal governments' recent draconian immigration policies, as the major guiding factor in this trend. The writer believes "[w]e need a Reagan-style amnesty that would allow the great majority of undocumented immigrants to stay." What do you think? Share your thoughts with firstname.lastname@example.org and continue reading here for the column.
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Focus: PERM Update 2012: Post Filing Issues
Tuesday, May 1 is the deadline for the Thursday, May 3 phone session of "PERM For Experts", with Joel Stewart (discussion leader), Edwin Rubin, Lorna Burgess, Christina LaBrie, Kiran Vairale Mumtaz, Michael Piston, David Ware and Nathan Waxman. The curriculum is as follows:
- Calculating Time Periods
- Audits and Requests for Documentation
- Reconsideration : Government or Regular Queue
- Supervised Recruitment
- Preparing Requests for Review to BALCA
- BALCA en banc and Leading Panel Decisions
- Administrative Appeal v. Filing under the APA in District Court
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May 1st, Teleconference - The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is pleased to host the EB-5 Quarterly Stakeholder Engagement via teleconference and in person at the California Service Center in Laguna Niguel, California. For more information, see http://ow.ly/ayEuD
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