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Feb 18 - Letters This Week

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1. Comment: Letters This Week - This week we received letters

from Joseph Whalen and David Nachman. You can read it and comment

on it here.

Alternatively you can email your letters to

2. Article: The Secure Communities Program: Unanswered Questions

And Continuing Concerns by Michele Waslin of the Immigration

Policy Center,0218-waslin.pdf

3. Article: What is Education-Based Marketing? by Trey Ryder,0218-ryder.shtm

4. Article: How A Lawyer Can Sell Like A Doctor by Larry Bodine,0218-bodine.shtm

5. Bloggings: BIA Precedent Decision: Matter of Michael Alexander

Nelson by Matthew Kolken,0218-kolken.shtm

6. News: USCIS Publishes Transcript Of Press Conference On

Strategic Goals And Initiatives For 2011,0218-uscis.pdf

7. News: DOL Publishes FAQs On H-1B, H-1B1 And E-3 Programs,0218-dol.pdf

8. News: DHS Publishes Handbook For Safeguarding Personally

Identifiable Information,0218-dhs.pdf

9. Focus: Physicians For Experts

ILW.COM is pleased to announce "Physicians For Experts", a new 3-

part telephone seminar series with Robert Aronson (discussion

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FIRST Phone Session on February 24: Waivers & Nonimmigrant Visa


++Update on J-1 Waivers

++Conrad Waiver Program

++H-1B: Dealing with the H-1B Cap for IMGs

++Neufeld Memo: Who really employs physicians?

++Alternative Nonimmigrant Options

++What to do if there is no J-1 Waiver

SECOND Phone Session on March 17: Permanent Resident Options

++Choosing the Right Option: NIW vs. LC

++Update on National Interest Waivers: Post Schneider

++Drafting the L/C for IMGs

++Business Necessity Issues

++Portability Challenges for IMGs

THIRD Phone Session on April 21: The Physician Workforce &

Need/Opportunities for IMGs

++Current & Future Shortages in Domestic Physician Workforce

++Why is there a need for special provisions for IMGs?

++Practice patterns of IMGs: Gap Filling Services

++Future Possibilities for IMG practice

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10. Headline: USCIS plan to computerize immigration files looks

good on paper - but can't get off ground

11. Headline: Bill allowing in-state tuition rate for illegal

immigrants in Colo. clears education panel

12. Headline: Immigration advocates gather in Newark to protest

proposed Essex County detention center

13. Headline: Debate rivals skewer Emanuel on immigration reform

14. Headline: Immigration bill to go to Indiana Senate

15. Headline: Kern County loses immigration detention contract

16. Headline: Trial on Neb. city's immigration law set for 2012

17. Headline: Kansas unveils Arizona-like bill targeting illegals

18. Headline: U.S. Hardens Its Stance On Immigrant Policy

19. Headline: Immigration authorities to audit more than 1,000


20. Headline: 'Sanctuary city' bills catching heat

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