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Dear Editor:

If and when an extension of the 245(i) bill is approved and becomes law, it is my hope that someone on your staff will write an article explaining what it covers.

I understand that the law would benefit mostly separated families by allowing certain immigrants to sponsor immediate relatives by petitioning for their change of status without the latter having to leave the country.

The bill also includes a provision for employers to sponsor employees. Would this be something like “matching a willing employer with a willing employee” that the president refers to so often? How would an employer go about sponsoring his undocumented employee, say: an employer sponsoring a domestic…an employer sponsoring a care-giver…an employer sponsoring a restaurant service employee? What will be the involvement of the Department of Labor…of any other government agency?

Will all of this be in the purview of any immigration lawyer?

These are questions I am asked and to which I am not sure of the answers.

Richard E. Baer, D.V.M.


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