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Immigrant's Weekly June 19, 2006
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USCIS Announces New Fiancee Petition Policy

USCIS announced that in order to comply with provisions of the International Marriage Brokers Regulation Act of 2005 (IMBRA), it will need to issue "Requests for Evidence" for more than 10,000 Alien FiancÚ(e) Petitions (Form I-129F) currently being held at USCIS Service Centers. For more info, see here (we link to an updated corrected USCIS version, Ed. 06/14/06).

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Curtis Pierce, Esq. writes "PERM, which stands for Program Electronic Record Management, refers to the relatively new regulations (or laws) pertaining to how alien labor certifications are filed and adjudicated in the US."



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Dear Weekly Editor:
In a letter on 6/6/06, ATCR asked: What makes an undocumented worker a criminal? Entering the U.S. without inspection would make the undocumented worker a criminal; it's a misdemeanor the first time; s/he would be a felon for subsequent illegal entries. Using fraudulent documents to obtain employment would make the undocumented worker a criminal, probably a felon. Attesting on the I-9 form that s/he was entitled to work in the U.S. would make the undocumented worker a criminal. How about working "under the table" and not paying taxes? Etc. Etc.

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