Comment: Top Links July 2012
Top five July Immigration Daily News Items
We feature the most accessed links by our readers in July 2012 below:
Top five July Immigration Daily Articles
Today's Obama's Deferred Action Promise Graph
Article: Q and A Guide To Arizona v United States by Ben Winograd for The Immigration Policy Center
Article: DHS Provides Updated I-9 and E-Verify Statistics by Ann Cun
Blogging: President Obama Has Expanded Secure Communities To Over 3,000 Jurisdictions, a 21,429 Percent Increase by Matthew Kolken
News: BALCA Releases Decision On Necessary Characteristics Of Newspapers Carrying Postings For PERM Purposes
Focus: New Edition of Immigration Practice By Robert C. Divine
Immigration Practice by Robert C. Divine & R. Blake Chisam is an invaluable supplement to Kurzban's with a
different approach. It is also useful to newer practitioners and paralegals in view of its easy to understand and practical style. The new edition of Immigration Practice is available for pre-publication sale now! For more info, see here. To order by fax, see here.
Headline: Sullivan: Immigrants needed to fill Wisconsin jobs http://ow.ly/cEWgC
Headline: Young immigrants prepare for new U.S. deportation policy http://ow.ly/cEWbU
Headline: Program Tracks Arrests in Group of Immigrants http://ow.ly/cEW7j
Headline: 'Voluntary' Work Programs Run in Private Immigration Prisons Pay Detainees $1 a Day http://ow.ly/cEW0B
Headline: The Immigration Attorney Job Finder (07-30-12)
Headline: 2012 Top Choice Award for Top Immigration Law Firm in Toronto http://ow.ly/cEVAf
Headline: ACLU: Emails show racial bias in immigration law http://ow.ly/cEVuQ
Headline: We need civil debate on immigration http://ow.ly/cEVjm
Headline: Are you a stressed out attorney, paralegal or law student looking for a job? Have no fear! http://ow.ly/cEVex
Headline: Refresh Your Website http://ow.ly/cEUMw
Headline: Immigration law changes info at legal fair Aug. 11 in Fort Morgan http://ow.ly/cEUGx
Headline: DBS law ltd - New immigration rules will keep families apart http://ow.ly/cEUDj
Headline: CLE Seminar: keep an eye out for and new CLE Seminars. sign up today! http://ow.ly/cEUtw
Headline: What is happening with Obamas new immigration law, "dream act"? http://ow.ly/cET14
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Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
Washington, DC - U.S. Department of Labor Office of Foreign Labor Certification is seeking a Director of Temporary Program Operations. This position provides leadership, management direction, and operational control over temporary nonimmigrant visa programs administered by the OFLC; develops and implements a wide array of administrative management strategies and plans designed to ensure successful operation of the programs; organizationally manages staff remotely located at the Chicago National Processing Center; routinely engages public stakeholders and other senior Federal staff to resolve complex program issues; implements performance and quality control measures; and leads the review and continuous improvement of business processes governing operation of the temporary visa programs. The application period is open from 7/27/2012 - 8/27/2012. Salary ranges from $123,758 - $155,500. For specific information about this announcement and how to apply, please see: Announcement number DE-12-ETA-89 and Announcement number MS-12-ETA-090
Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
Washington, DC - U.S. Department of Labor Office of Foreign Labor Certification is seeking a Director of Permanent Program Operations. This position provides leadership, management direction, and operational control over temporary nonimmigrant visa programs administered by the OFLC; develops and implements a wide array of administrative management strategies and plans designed to ensure successful operation of the programs; organizationally manages staff remotely located at the Atlanta National Processing Center and national office; routinely engages public stakeholders and other senior Federal staff to resolve complex program issues; implements performance and quality control measures; and leads the review and continuous improvement of business processes governing operation of the permanent visa programs. The application period is open from 7/30/2012 - 8/30/2012. Salary ranges from $123,758 - $155,500. For specific information about this announcement and how to apply, please see: Announcement number DE-12-ETA-091 and Announcement number MS-12-ETA-092
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Canada, Toronto - EGAN LLP, a part of Ernst and Young's Global Business Immigration Services Group, is currently seeking an Associate Attorney to manage multiple and challenging US business immigration engagements and to contribute to the delivery of solutions and ideas for our diverse clients. EGAN LLP has offices throughout Canada in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. An ideal candidate must have JD along with admission to any US State Bar, 3+ years of Business Immigration experience, with an emphasis on high-volume H/L NIV and PERM filings; excellent managerial, organizational, verbal/written communication skills. For more information, please visit Ernst and Young's career website at www.ey.com/CA or contact Lisa Chow at Lisa.Chow@ca.ey.com
Help Wanted - Immigration Professional
Chicago, IL -
Hughes Socol Piers Resnick and Dym, Ltd.
is seeking a full-time, bilingual (Spanish) legal assistant to assist lawyers with cases involving preparation of family, business and employment applications, petitions and visas as well as removal and employer sanction defense. The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational, communication and time management skills as well as excellent oral and written skills including grammar in both English and Spanish; must be able to prepare written business communications and narrative statements and to effectively communicate with all types of clients by phone and in person; must have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and internet research skills; must be results-oriented and able to work with little direction and under time constraints and have an ability to multi-task and prioritize from multiple attorneys working a diverse caseload. This position requires prior experience as an immigration legal assistant; experience in removal defense, family or employment based immigration is a plus. The position is immediately open. Flexibility with regard to possible paid overtime hours. Please submit a cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position and salary requirement, a resume, a writing sample, and a list of references to agarcia@@hsplegal.com
. Please reference HSP005.
No phone calls and no agencies, please.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, DC - The law office of Lichtman and
is seeking an immigration litigation attorney with superb research and legal writing skills to prepare briefs and pleadings for immigration court, BIA, and related federal court proceedings. An ideal candidate must have 2+ years of experience in immigration litigation, as immigration law clerk or litigator. This position will work closely with experienced immigration litigators. Salary commensurate with experience. To apply, please send letter, resume and writing sample to email@example.com
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY - Klasko,
Rulon, Stock and Seltzer, LLP
is seeking an immigration paralegal with 1+ years of experience to handle a variety of employment based immigration matters for hospitals, universities, research organizations and corporations from its New York City office. You will work with attorneys, have contact with scientists, managers, and other professionals to determine their skills and background, draft documents to establish their eligibility for immigration benefits, and help guide them through the immigration process. Responsibilities also include preparing applications to be submitted to various local municipalities and US federal agencies, and basic administrative duties. The ideal candidate must possess a good writing skills, be able to understand complicated rules and procedures, be interested in international/intercultural issues, have a Bachelor's degree with excellent academic credentials. Please email your resume and a brief writing sample to:
LatourLaw's Turnkey EB-5 Regional Center and Project Structuring. (2011 U.S. Private Equity Law Firm of the Year - UK's Finance Monthly). Josť E. Latour, former U.S. Consular Officer, 20 years A/V rated, limits his practice to assisting private and public entities in the design, structuring and market planning of new EB-5 Regional Centers and Projects. We provide your clients with reasonably-priced, full-spectrum EB-5 team support including immigration compliance structure, qualified securities counsel, proven EB-5 economist, industry-leading business/marketing plan writer and web site designer assuring your firm of smooth and profitable I-526 and I-829 processing. Please note: we do not file EB-5 investor petitions, we do not accept or pay referral or success fees. Please email in confidence to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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