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The following were received in response to a letter to the editor in yesterday's issue of Immigration Daily about the meaning of the abbreviation "SII."

Dear Editor,

I am curious how anyone is supposed to respond to your "Letter to the Editor" inquiries. I was going to answer the question from today, which was signed "RAM" but the hyperlink doesn't go anywhere. The answer to his question about what "SII" stands for is "Supervisory Immigration Inspector." Perhaps you could pass that along.

Elizabeth J. Dobosiewicz, Esq.
Jaeckle, Fleischmann & Mugel, LLP
Buffalo, NY

Dear Editor,

Please advise RAM that "S II" means: "Supervisory Immigration Inspector." If RAM's client should apply for Adjustment of Status, s/he should be prepared to explain why s/he apparently told the SII that s/he was only coming for a visit, and did not intend to adjust, change or extend his/her stay. The INS may claim that fraudulent statements were made at the time of entry if the client now tries to adjust status.

Paul N. Gilbert, Esq.
Parsippany, NJ

Dear Editor,

"S II" stands for "Supervisor Immigration Inspector." Since your client is married to a US citizen that overrules what inspector wrote.

HE


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