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Dear Editor:
I am a graduate from a US ABA approved law school who also passed a bar examination administered in July 2002. However, the bar association is taking a very long time to examine the fitness of my character, and admit me to practice. I have heard that not all "Representatives" before the INS have to be licensed "Attorneys," and form G-28 so indicates. Does anyone know how to go about becoming a "Representative" before the INS for purposes of representing aliens, prior to being sworn in as a licensed attorney? Will representing aliens in that capacity create any apparent ethical problems for admission (i.e. practicing law without a license)? I have worked for an immigration attorney, and have knowledge of the immigration laws from a law school immigration course. I am simply eager to go to work and earn money so I can pay back all of the student loans I have mounting over me. I feel like my whole life is just in a holding pattern waiting for the bar to review my documentation. Please help.

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