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Feb 8 - EVerify And I9s For Experts

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1. Comment: EVerify And I9s For Experts -
ILW.COM is pleased to present "EVerify And I9s For Experts" with
Robert F. Loughran, Karen Katz Feldman, Charles Kuck, Avalyn
Langemeier, Angelo Paparelli, Eileen Scofield and other speakers
to be announced. The curriculum is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on February 9:
Real World Advice from Those that Have "Been there/Done that":
Preparing for Enhanced Worksite Enforcement of the Form I-9 and
Challenges to the Employment Eligibility Verification Process
++How to prepare clients proactively
++Evaluate existing policies and practices
++Audit existing Forms and determine Deficiencies
++Identify possible remediation and weigh options
++Prepare client for what to do in the event the Government
Subpoenas, Audits or Raids
++Reacting to the government and protecting your clients
interests during an enforcement action
++  Working with or against the government following an
enforcement action:  Cooperation or preserving objections?
SECOND Phone Session on February 17:
Going Electronic is not Just Logging on and Getting Started
++Form I-9 Electronic Software
++DHS Final Rule on electronic signatures and storage
++How to choose an electronic software provider
++What is a compliant versus non-compliant software, and sez who?
++What if the Government Challenges an Employer's choice of
Electronic Software?
++Litigation  and Remedies
++Managing E-Verify  (this could be moved to the third session)
++Tentative non-confirmations & final non-confirmations
++E-Verify "dos" and "don'ts"
++Weaknesses in E-Verify
++Recent E-Verify improvements and potential future changes
++Results of Customer Satisfaction Survey (10/15/2010)
++GAO Report (12/2010) and USCIS response
THIRD Phone Session on March 3:
The Whirlwind of New Guidance on What the Government Thinks is
++Form I-9 Updates
++Recently revised M-274
++Changes relating to acceptance of documents
++Substantive vs. technical errors
++Most Recent Government Interpretations and declaration of what
Mitigation ICE believe is acceptable versus unacceptable
++Updates on E-Verify Implementation around the US
Wednesday, February 9 (10 a.m. ET) is the deadline to sign up.
For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and
registration information, please see: Online:
Fax form:
Don't delay, sign up today.

2. Article: HB 87 Analysis -- The Emperor has No Clothes; Increased
Taxes, Unfunded Mandates and Economy Destroying Litigation
by Charles Kuck,0208-kuck.shtm

3. Bloggings: Next Verse, Same As The First? by Chris Musillo,0208-musillo.shtm

4. Bloggings: Immigration Judges Repudiate Asylum Officers by
Jason Dzubow,0208-dzubow.shtm

5. News: USCIS Issues Interim Memo For Comment On Adjudication Of
Application For Individuals In Removal Proceedings,0208-removal.pdf

6. News: USCIS Updates H-2B Cap Count,0208-h2bcap.shtm

7. Focus: PERM For Experts: Recruitment Issues

Wednesday, February 9 is the deadline for the Thursday, February
10 phone session of PERM For Experts, with Sofia Zneimer
(discussion leader), Judy Bordeau, Catherine Haight, Douglas
Hauer, Loan Huynh, Kimberley Best Robidoux and Roger Tsai. The
curriculum is as follows:
++Professional or not (what to do in borderline cases; is
Schedule A determinative?)
++Advertising media - Internal consistency - NOF, PERM, PW,
Recruitment (Letter to publisher asking for ad to be placed and
proof suggesting payment for ad, insufficient, Matter of Natural
Nature, Inc.; BALCA Affirms Denial Finding Requirement in Ad Less
Favorable Than ETA 9089; Ads listing  requirement of background
check not in notice or PERM form, less favorable, Matter of Noll
Pallet & Lumber Co.; All additional advertisements must comply
with 20 CFR 656.17(f) content requirements, Matter of Credit
Suisse Securities
++Documenting recruitment (Job Order; Matter of Mandy Donuts;
Screenshot of the SWA job posting, Matter of American Airlines;
Internal Recruitment Program, Matter of Sanmina-Sci; Website
posting (dated copies); Matter of Hawthorne Suites; Matter of
EZChip; Signed recruitment report insufficient as proof that
employer placed ads on its website or job search websites.
Screenshots are required, Matter of Transatlantic Systems, Inc.;
Professional journals; The ten options)
++Notice of Filing ("Offered wage" Matter of O'Brien & Van
Stiphout; Matter of Alum-A-Lift; Timing - Ten business days,
document that company is open during holidays/weekends. "Business
days" for purposes of the notice requirement under 20 CFR
656.10(d)(1)(ii), Matter of Il Cortile Restaurant; Name of
business - fatal to application in Matter of Robert Venuti
++Job applicants (Documentation; Contacting; Interviews;
Results of Recruitment)
++Recruitment Report (Content and backup documents)

Wednesday, February 9 is the deadline to sign up. For more info,
including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration
information, please see: Online: Fax form:  Don't delay, sign up

8. Headline: RT @P1Lal: Illegal immigration Influx of immigrants
from India baffles border officials in Texas
9. Headline: RT @Colorlines Drop the I-Word: I Am Determined
10. Headline: RT @Colorlines Birthright Citizenship Bills
Stalled in Arizona Senate
11. Headline: what are your thoughts on birthright Citizenship?
immigration undocumented
12. Headline: Students in Legal Limbo After Immigration Fight.
13. Headline:  Sens. Graham, Schumer go at it again! immigration
14. Headline: Fate of High School Basketball Team Uncertain Over
Star Player's Immigration Status
15. Headline: Chipotle under fire for hiring undocumented
immigrants; chain fires hundreds after customs crackdown
16. Headline: CLE Seminar:EVerify And I9s For Experts. Sign up
17. Headline:  Smuggle Truck: Tasteless Satire on Immigration
18. Headline: TRAC's Immigration Court Caseload Tool: to obtain
case backlogs n waiting times in each state, court n hearing
19. Headline: TRAC's latest report on the Immigration Courts
20. Headline: New Mexico: More Liberal on Immigration than - San
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event  February 9, Teleconference -
The National Immigration Forum is pleased to present a Telephonic
Press Conference on the impact of E-Verify on the business
sector.  The speakers will include State Senator Leticia Van de
Putte, (D-Texas), David Cox, David Weber, Grisella Martinez, and
Craig J. Regelbrugge with Ali Noorani as the moderator.  For more
information, please contact  Katherine Vargas at

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