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Feb 7 - Immigration Resources

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February 7, 2011,0207.shtm


1. Comment: Immigration Resources - The resources section on our

website contains a wealth of useful information. It contains the

best CRS reports resource on the internet on immigration,

Affirmative Asylum Procedures Manual, Civics and Citizenship

Toolkit, The Dictionary of Occupational Titles, A Guide To

Naturalization, Glossary on US Immigration etc. See this

compendium of information here

and bookmark it for future reference.

2. Article: The New I-9 Handbook: The Devil Is In The Details

by Dawn Lurie and Kevin Lashus,0207-lurie.shtm

3. Bloggings: Immigrant Of The Day: Atari Bigby - Green Bay

Packer by Greg Siskind,0207-siskind.shtm

4. Bloggings: PERM: Documenting 245-i Eligibility by Joel


5. Bloggings: U.S. Immigration's Egyptian Moment by Angelo


6. News: CRS Report On Alien Smuggling: Recent Legislative


7. Focus: EVerify And I9s For Experts

Tuesday, February 8 is the deadline to sign up for the Wednesday,

February 9 phone session of "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

Tuesday, February 8 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.

8. Headline: SC State Senator introduces Arizona-style

immigration reform law

9. Headline: 6 Arizona high school students tackle immigration by

making film

10. Headline: Senators look for immigration deal: Schumer &

Graham come to the table to talk CIR

11. Headline: Our props to the BlackEyedPeas @bep for raising

awareness abt the need for a humane immigration reform (see min


12. Headline: BlackEyedPeas turn SuperBowl in2 wakeup call "Obama

lets get these kids educated/This is dedicated 2 all the


13. Headline: Vigilante on trial for murder

14. Headline: Ruben Navarette slams Obama, the Deporter-in-Chief

15. Headline: Dying for a Green Card Bring

245i back!

16. Headline: UK Immigration Officer Puts Wife on the No-Fly List R we sure this cant happen in the US?

17. Headline: RT @breakingnews: Chipotle told to expect new

immigration inspections after crackdown led to hundreds of

workers fired - Reuters

18. Headline: Traitors in Arizona reject rule of the law

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20. Headline: Learn abt removal proceedings, relief from removal,

appeals & much more. For table of contents & get copy

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Lees Summit, MO - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

(USCIS) Office of the Chief Counsel, Department of Homeland

Security (DHS), seeks an experienced attorney with demonstrated

experience in the Freedom of Information Act, Privacy Act, and

other laws related to federal records. The selectee will work at

USCIS. National Records Center (NRC) located in Lees Summit, MO.

The selectee for this vacancy will serve as a senior attorney

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LLP is pleased to announce Jenny Nieves as new Partner in

the New York, NY office. With over 20 years of experience in the

field of immigration law, Jenny brings a valuable level of

knowledge and experience to the Fragomen Partnership. Jenny

joined Fragomen in 2000 and represents multinational companies in

the financial services, pharmaceutical, retail, technology, and

entertainment industries. Fragomen is recognized as the leading

global immigration services provider, with over 250 immigration

attorneys and more than 800 professionals and support staff

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