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Sep 7 - Labor Day

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-----------------IMMIGRATION DAILY FROM ILW.COM------------------

September 7, 2010,0907.shtm



6 Articles

2 News Items


16 Headlines

Classifieds: Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal, Help Wanted:

Immigration Paralegal, Help Wanted: Immigration Professional,

Expert Witness Services, Credential Evaluation And Translation





1. Comment: Labor Day - September 6, 2010 was Labor Day. The

first Labor Day holiday was celebrated in 1882 to pay tribute to

American workers. We recognize and pay tribute to all workers in

the US - both native-born and immigrants, documented and

undocumented - who work hard everyday to contribute to our great


2. Article: Pro-immigrant Is Pro-American by Roger Algase,0907-algase.shtm

3. Article: Does Arizona Really Want Tough Immigration

Enforcement? by Carl Shusterman,0907-shusterman.shtm

4. Article: Board of Immigration Appeals Decision: 245(i)

"Grandfather" Eligibility by Matthew Kolken,0907-kolken.shtm

5. Article: It's Getting Easier to Win Asylum by Jason Dzubow,0907-dzubow.shtm

6. Article: Illegally Present Immigrants Propping Up Social

Security by Greg Siskind,0907-siskind.shtm

7. Article: Rethinking Immigration: Consular Voices Recorded in

the Key of 'No' by Angelo Paparelli,0907-paparelli.shtm

8. News: USCIS Releases Executive Summary Of Implementing Public

Law 111-230 Teleconference,0907-h1bfee.pdf

9. News: DHS Provides Executive Summary Of Blue Campaign Against

Trafficking Stakeholder Meeting,0907-hillnotes.pdf

10. Focus: Immigration Practice By Robert C. Divine

Immigration Practice by Robert C.

Divine & R. Blake Chisam is an invaluable supplement to Kurzban's

with a

different approach. It is also useful to newer practitioners and


in view of its easy to understand and practical style. For more

info, see here.

To order by fax, see here.

11. Headline: I-140 Book: An attorney's guide on I-140 EBIV

Process. For the complete table of contents and to order see

12. Headline: 7 myths that cloud immigration debate

13. Headline: Labor Day Open Thread: SEIU Exec Says Immigration

Reform Could Add 8 Million Democrat Voters

14. Headline: Immigration policy has again become the focus of

heated debate heading into the November congressional elections.

15. Headline: Missouri now 'destination state' for immigrants

16. Headline: Undocumented immigrant has the grades but not the

papers: a 4.0 grade point average is not enough

17. Headline: Looking for the best candidate? Carry your help

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18. Headline: Deported immigrants face worrisome future

19. Headline: New Evidence Shows the Latest Immigrants to America

Are Following in Our History's Footsteps

20. Headline: Can Federal Courts Pay Non-Citizen Law Clerks? Can the VA employ alien doctors on Js and Hs?

New law raises questions.

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22. Headline: USCIS Announces Change to Filing Location for

Nepali Adoption Petitions Update

23. Headline: The Consular Posts Book: this useful guide covers

major consular posts, theory & practice. Get your copy at

24. Headline: Undocumented immigrants also risk arrest leaving

U.S. when border officers inspect outbound traffic.

25. Headline: LegalTimes: DOJ Files Suit Against Arizona

Sheriff's Office

26. Headline: What the Drop in Undocumented Immigration Means for

Immigration Reform?

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1. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Sarasota, FL - A sole practitioner practice

on the Florida Gulf Coast seeks experienced immigration

paralegal. The practice is a full-service immigration firm with

European and British clientele. Seeking paralegal with 3+

years of experience preferably in business, professional and

family immigration. Send resume and writing sample to or Donna Scarlatelli, Scarlatelli,

P.A. , 777 S. Palm Avenue, Suite 8, Sarasota, FL 34236.

2. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Atlanta, GA - The corporate immigration firm of Berry Appleman

and Leiden LLP

in Atlanta seeks entry and mid-level Immigration

Assistants/Paralegals to join a dynamic legal team. We offer a

collegial work environment that places a high value on

collaboration. Must have excellent writing skills, be highly

organized, and have the ability to multi-task. Must also be able

to work within strict time lines, have excellent customer service

skills, and a high attention to detail. Responsibilities would

include assisting attorneys in the preparation, filing and

tracking of various immigration applications and petitions.

Bachelors degree required. Masters degree preferred. Previous

immigration law experience is a plus. Please email cover letter,

resume, and salary requirement with the title "Atlanta-

Immigration Assistant" in the subject line to Salary DOE. No phone calls


Not accepting resumes from third party vendors or recruiters at

this time. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.

3. Help Wanted: Immigration Professional

Chicago, IL - VISANOW,

an established leader in immigration processing, seeks global

immigration specialist. Responsible for managing all US outbound

legal and client relationships, including serving as the primary

liaison between clients and foreign processing counsel, and

increasing the network of foreign counsel and other visa

processing relationships. Manage growth of global processing

platform; gather, organize and communicate application materials;

communicate case management matters with clients and

international partners; maintain a global network of

international partners and government agency contacts; oversee

document maintenance function; maintain consistency and meet

compliance demands; assist in compilation and preparation of

application packages; preparation of immigrant and non-immigrant

visas; and proactive legal research Candidate qualifications:

Bachelors' degree with 5+ years of immigration experience and

working with international clients and foreign counsel,

especially in South America, Asia and Europe. Excellent

communication skills are a must. Global Mobility Specialist

Certification is not necessary but is preferred. We seek high-

energy and results-driven, self-motivated individuals with a high

level of initiative and ownership, and highly time, task and

detail oriented. Foreign language capabilities not necessary but

a plus. We offer a competitive compensation plan, excellent

benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and

401K program. Submit your resume through our Careers Website.


4. Expert Witness Services

Muslim World Expert Professor Shaul M. Gabbay, Phd, offers expert

testimony in immigration cases from Muslim countries/societies,

including the former USSR. Dr. Gabbay prepared reports and

testified in 250+ Immigration cases nationwide (asylum,

cancellation of removal, asylum interviews, hardship waivers)

with a 93% success rate. Examples of what Immigration lawyers

say: ... "He is a consummate scholar and passionate about his

subject ... He makes a wonderful witness... He is riveting on the

witness stand, helping us win nearly unwinnable cases with

aplomb. He has won the praise of numerous Immigration Judges."

(Svetlana Schreiber, Esq.) ... "He provided the testimony we

needed in numerous asylum cases ... in virtually all of those

cases, but for the expert witness testimony, I doubt the cases

would have been approved, I recommend Professor Gabbay to anyone

with issues involving Islamic society and culture." (Stephen

Berman, Esq.) ... "His testimonies, whether written or oral, are

credible, persuasive, and non-refutable. I have never lost a

single case which had Dr. Gabbay on as an expert witness." (Ally

Bolour, Esq.). Contact Professor Gabbay with any questions. He

can also recomend country experts outside his specialty.

Professor Shaul M. Gabbay, Phd, Korbel School of International

Studies, University of Denver,, (303)


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  1. Harry DeMell's Avatar
    I have little disagreement with Roger Algase's article 'Pro-Immigrant is

    He misses my point completely though. If we, the immigration bar, hope to
    make any meaningful changes we need to take a realistic assessment of the
    tone of congress and the nation and present proposals that have a chance
    of success. Those proposals need to be presented to congress and the
    American public in a manner that can lead to results.

    We have been making decisions who can come here and in what numbers for
    almost a century now. Right or wrong, congress and the American people
    will not open the doors again to unlimited immigration. Knowing this, we
    need proposals that are humane, will assist the American economy, unite
    families, and have a realistic chance of success.

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