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Dear Editor:
In response to Doug Edmond's letter, and your answer, well, not quite like you say it is, here is what shows up, where's Part 1? I was going to write to ILW.COM today with the same query as Doug, but then saw his. It really would be easiest if you could provide direct links to the various "Part" type articles. I have run into this with the Lester Series, which always seemed to be out of order and Paparelli articles. Although I read Immigration Daily every day, I sometimes wonder how I have missed parts 1 and 2 of something like yesterday's part 3. You know, we lawyers only have so much time in the day and searching is time consuming.

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Editor's Note: Providing links is something that our readers have asked for in the past. However, due to resource constraints, this is unfortunately not possible. Try using our advanced search engine to find the items of interest. Our search engine is a very powerful tool that can be used to search past cases, articles, news items, etc but which requires a little time to master. Unselecting all options (including word stemming) and using natural language for type should elicit the desired search results. For example, suppose you are looking for a multi-series article, for e.g. type in, "From The Beginning: Agile Immigration Advocacy For New Businesses", select articles in the dropdown box, unselect word stemming, select natural langugage, and click search. All three articles, Part 1-3 are displayed in the search results, which appeared each Monday, beginning in the April 11, 2003 issue of Immigration Daily.



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