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Immigration Daily May 22, 2012
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Comment: Supremes On Cancellation Eligibility - In a decision penned by Justice Kagan, the Supreme Court concluded that immigrants who entered the U.S. as children may not count their parents' years in the country to satisfy the residency requirements necessary for seeking leniency when later facing deportation. Two Green Card-holding immigrants convicted of crimes argued that time spent living legally in the U.S. and a parent's immigration status and years of residence could be taken into consideration when determining if they meet eligibility requirements to avoid deportation. The Obama administration suggested this would hinder its effort to make deporting immigrants convicted of crimes a high priority and that the general preference for family unity does not trump the law's plain language that an immigrant must personally satisfy the eligibility requirements. The Court, reversing a Ninth Circuit decision, unanimously sided with the Obama administration's argument. Was this decision right or wrong? Share your thoughts with us at editor@ilw.com and continue reading below for the full text of the decision.

Article: New Guidance Released on Complying With Colorado's I-9 Employment Verification Law by John Fay

Bloggings: Iconic Afghan Asylee Adopts To Life In The U.S. by Jason Dzubow

News: Supreme Court Releases Opinion: Children May Not Necessarily Rely On Parental Residency To Establish Cancellation Eligibility

Focus: The EB-5 Book
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Headline: Supreme Court rules immigrant children cannot rely on parents' immigration status http://bit.ly/K8jiL1
Headline: Alabama’s Disgrace? or NOT? http://ow.ly/b2JHs
Headline: Chipotle Faces New Pressure From Probe Of Workers' Immigration Status http://ow.ly/b4nGq
Headline: Supreme court rules for government on immigrants' residence http://ow.ly/b4nlh
Headline: Backing for immigration ban grows - Herald Sun http://bit.ly/Jgx3Gj
Headline: Silicon Valley foreign worker search speeds up after lull http://ow.ly/b2L6C
Headline: Reader Letter | Dispelling immigration myths http://ow.ly/b2KTa
Headline: May 21 - Are you LinkedIn http://ow.ly/b3qNu
Headline: On Immigrant Day, California Offers Signs of Hope http://ow.ly/b2KBQ

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Washington, DC - Seyfarth Shaw LLP is seeking an immigration paralegal to join Washington, DC office. This position will participate in all aspects of the firm's national Business Immigration and Global Mobility practice, including assisting in the management of client relationships, preparing and filing employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions, and serving as a contact to numerous prominent clients. Our clients include Fortune 500 corporations, major academic and medical institutions, and performing artists. The ideal candidates must be able to successfully multi-task, in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment, to communicate effectively in writing and verbally, to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions and approaches to problems, must have strong time management and organizational skills. Applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and a strong desire to work in a team-oriented environment to meet client objectives related to their foreign national employees. Prior immigration-related experience is preferred but not required. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send resumes to staffrecruiting.dc@seyfarth.com. Seyfarth offers an outstanding benefit package which includes: medical/dental, 401k with employer contribution; life insurance; generous paid time off policy; short-term and long-term disability policies; an opportunity for professional development and growth. EOE

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Philadelphia, PA - Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP is seeking an Immigration Paralegal with 2+ years of experience in immigration law matters including the processing of PERM applications. This position will handle a variety of employment based immigration matters for multinational companies, universities, hospitals and research organizations. You will work with attorneys, have contact with scientists, scholars, researchers, and other professionals to establish their eligibility for immigration benefits, and help guide them through the immigration process. The ideal candidate must have strong verbal, written, and organizational skills; be able to understand complicated rules and procedures; and have a Bachelor s degree with excellent academic credentials. Please email your resume, a copy of your college transcript and a brief writing sample to hrpa@klaskolaw.com.

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Letters of the Week: Kenneth Rinzler, R, Fonseka

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
May 31, Webinar - The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is pleased to invite interested individuals to participate in "E-Verify for Existing Users" Webinar to get a detailed overview of the E-Verify Program specifically for existing users. Topics include Form I-9, user roles, case alerts, how to handle a TNC, and common user mistakes. To RSVP please visit www.dhs.gov/e-verify and click on Take a Free Webinar

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