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1. Article: Roving Employees And PERM by Joel Stewart,0816-stewart.shtm

2. Article: Rethinking Immigration: Stop With The Protectionism

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  1. Jay McTyier 's Avatar
    The revised EOIR case information line is a double-edged sword. Perhaps it is more secure, in the sense that persons with nefarious motives who happen to know the A-number of another will not be able to confirm whether somebody has been ordered removed or not--but neither will attorneys seeking a starting point with new clients. Even though the general public may be astounded that someone could honestly not know the had been ordered removed, but as attorneys we know it happens. What the client recalls is an incident at the border, in which he was let go and handed a fistful of papers, which he promptly threw away. What the EOIR hot line reveals is that he was ordered removed in his absence by the court in Harlingen.

    Before this "improvement" by the EOIR, with just the A-number, I could easily check whether I was dealing with an outstanding removal order before advising client. Now, I will need to file a FOIA and wait several weeks to get copies of the charging document to get the date--so I can even make inquiry.

    How's that for making immigration attorney's lives easier?

  2. Miranda swanson's Avatar
    I couldn't agree with you more Jay. I just read about the change and immediately passed the information around our office. Needless to say the news was received with a groan from everyone. Basically this revision will mean that prior to actually assisting someone with their immigration matters we will need to wait until receiving the FOIA, incurring additional costs and wait time for the clients.
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