ILW.COM - the immigration portal Immigration Daily

Home Page

Immigration Daily


Processing times

Immigration forms

Discussion board



Twitter feed

Immigrant Nation


CLE Workshops

Immigration books

Advertise on ILW

VIP Network




Connect to us

Make us Homepage



The leading
immigration law
publisher - over
50000 pages of
free information!
Immigration LLC.

View RSS Feed


Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation

Rate this Entry

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

June 15, 2010,0615.shtm



3 Articles

2 News Items

8 Tweets

Classifieds: Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal, Help Wanted:

Immigration Attorneys, Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals, Help

Wanted: Immigration Attorney, Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal,

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys, Case Management Technology,

Credential Evaluation And Translation





1. News: Supreme Court Overturns Interpretation Of Second Drug

Possession Conviction As Aggravated Felony,0615-carachuri-rosendo.pdf

2. Focus: Employer's Immigration Compliance Desk Reference

The Employer's Immigration Compliance Desk Reference by Gregory

H. Siskind is co-published by ILW.COM and the Society for Human

Resources Management (SHRM), the partial Table of Contents is as


++Part I: Complying With Immigration Laws: Form I-9 General

Concepts; Completing the I-9 Form; Reverification; Recordkeeping;

Electronic I-9 Systems; Knowledge of Unlawful Immigration Status;

Unfair Immigration Practices; Penalties and Other Risks; IRCA

Compliance Tips; Conducting an I-9 Self-Audit; E-Verify, IMAGE,

and SSNVS; Social Security No-Match Letters; Mergers and

Acquisitions; State Employer Immigration Laws ? Arizona,

Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa,

Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri,

Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,

Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia,

West Virginia

++Part II: An Overview of the U.S. Immigration System:

Nonimmigrant Visas, Immigrant Visas (the "Green Card"), Asylees

and Refugees

For more info on this book, see here (

fax version, see here).

3. Article: Bloggings on Deportation And Removal by Matthew


4. Article: Bloggings on Immigration Law And Policy by Greg


5. Article: Bloggings on Political Asylum by Jason Dzubow,0615-dzubow.shtm

6. News: USCIS Launches Redesigned E-Verify Employer Web


7. Tweet: #Immigration: What would #Reagan Do?

8. Tweet: Court blocks #deportation over minor drug convictions

9. Tweet: Texas GOP splinters over #immigration at party


10. Tweet: #Arizona's courts could collapse under weight of anti-

illegal #immigration lawsuits

11. Tweet: Congress should pass partial immigration reform

12. Tweet: Academics condemn Arizona immigration law

13. Tweet: Tax Compliance for Immigrants and Employers: The

Lawyer's Complete Guide. Don't wait! Get your copy today

14. Tweet: Want to be seen? Get on our homepage. Improve search

engine ranking, increased name recognition and referrals. Sign up


To submit an Article or a news item to Immigration Daily, write

to Follow ILW.COM on Twitter:



1. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

New York, NY - Wildes & Weinberg, PC,

prestigious immigration law firms seeks experienced immigration

paralegal for its midtown New York City office to work on large

Fortune 500 accounts. Applicant must possess a bachelor's degree

and 2+ years of work experience in the area of business

immigration, particularly with preparing, organizing and filing

PERM applications, H-1B and L-1 visas, as well as strong writing

and communication skills. Please send resume and cover letter


2. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys

FosterQuan, LLP,

one of the nation's largest immigration law firms, seeks entry

level and experienced immigration attorneys for their Austin, San

Antonio and Houston offices. The Firm has seven offices and

continues to expand. Qualified attorneys must have 1-5 years of

employment-based immigration experience. All applicants must

possess strong writing and communication skills and proficiency

in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel are a

must. Foreign language fluency and international study abroad is

preferred. Individual must be detail oriented, able to multi-

task, and have strong analytical and organizational skills.

Please send resume and cover letter to Training is provided.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

3. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals

FosterQuan, LLP,

one of the nation's largest immigration law firms, seeks entry

level and experienced legal assistants for their Austin, San

Antonio and Houston offices. The Firm has seven offices and

continues to expand. Qualified legal assistant applicants must

have a university degree. All applicants must possess strong

writing and communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft

Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel are a must. Foreign

language fluency and international study abroad is preferred.

Individual must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, and have

strong analytical and organizational skills. Please send resume

and cover letter to Training is

provided. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

4. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney

New York, NY - Law Offices of Harry DeMell

seeks associate-partner (possibly merger). I need a lawyer

with some immigration experience and a longer time horizon than I

have, to join in my practice so I can work less and more

selectively. I am not looking to hire but I do want to have

someone share in my established practice. Harry DeMell,

225 Broadway, (212)732-2767 or

5. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Egan LLP,

a business immigration law firm affiliated with Ernst & Young LLP

seeks paralegal or immigration assistant with prior Program

Electronic Review Management ("PERM") experience. The candidate

should have familiarity with: the PERM process, basic

understanding of PERM regulations, preparing prevailing wage

request forms, job orders, Form 9089, preparing and placing

advertisements and prior experience working with an immigration

case management system. Must be highly organized, have excellent

attention to detail, strong communication skills and the ability

to manage a large workload. Experience preparing prevailing wage

challenges, motions for reconsideration and BALCA appeals and

prior experience preparing PERMs for a high volume client is a

plus. The primary role of the position is to support the team of

immigration lawyers by drafting immigration applications for

individuals seeking permission to work or live in the United

States; and to coordinate tracking status expiration dates for

ongoing clients. Recognized as one of top employers, Ernst &

Young continually strives to be a great place to work. Send

resume to Thomas Byun,

6. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys

Owings Mills, MD - The Murthy Law Firm

seeks attorneys with three to five years of experience in

employment-based immigration law. Our practice is dynamic and

fast-paced. We have high standards with regard to integrity, work

ethic, and quality. Successful candidates should have the ability

to work both as members of a team and as team leaders. They will

join more than a dozen high-caliber colleagues and have quality

support in the way of legal and administrative staff, as well as

technology. They should bring in-depth understanding and

knowledge of the breadth of immigration procedures, and are

expected to supervise paralegals and support staff. Good writing

and analytical skills are required. Interested candidates may see


the details regarding the unique benefits of working at the

Murthy Law Firm. Resume + cover letter should be forwarded to All communication will be treated in

confidence. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience

and abilities. Final interviews of candidates (after a multi-

level interview process) will be at our office in Owings Mills,

MD, a few minutes from downtown Baltimore, Maryland. EOE

7. Case Management Technology

Which company do Fortune 500 Companies, top immigration firms,

non-profits, one of the world's largest retailers and 2.4

million+ foreign nationals choose for their comprehensive

immigration management needs? They choose EDGE, by LawLogix.

LawLogix boasts unparalleled immigration experienced customer

support to ensure we not only answer your call, but we answer

your question! Offering a full range of options for

transferring your current client files, LawLogix enables your

firm to easily adopt EDGE with no downtime. LawLogix EDGE is

the #1 integrated immigration forms, billing and case

management system with online access for clients. EDGE

provides around the clock access for your clients to check the

status of their case, fill out intake questionnaires, review

and print forms, and communicate with you securely. The online

client access reduces the number of case status inquiry calls,

and allows you and your staff to work more effectively. EDGE

provides exceptional reporting capabilities. Quickly and

easily configure any reminder, case status, consultations,

milestone report with 1 click while making your job easier and

more enjoyable. Visit us at,

email, or call today 877-725-4355 ext.

2 to request your Private VIP demo.

8. Credential Evaluation And Translation

Why do the largest law firms, corporations and universities in

the U.S. choose AETS for their foreign credential evaluations?

Because as the nation's leader in foreign credential

evaluations and translations, American Evaluation &

Translation Service, Inc. (AETS) provides the most competitive

rates in the industry - $75 educational evaluations, as well

as $300 'expert opinion' work experience and position

evaluations completed by PhD university professors who have

the "authority to grant college level credit for work

experience and/or training." AETS offers a variety of turn-

around times, including same-day service for educational, work

experience, and position evaluations. For list of rates and

times, see: AETS Credential Evaluation Application.

AETS also provides certified translations in 100+ languages, with

translators that are specialists in 80+ fields. For a copy of the

Application for Credential Evaluation and Translation Services,

see: AETS Translation Application.

Please contact AETS at anytime at (786) 276-8190, visit ,

or email:

To place a classifieds ad in Immigration Daily, see here



1. ReadersWrite: Yesterday's Discussion

2. ReadersWrite: Today's Discussion

To submit an Article for consideration, write to



ComingsNGoings: Submit Your Announcement - If you have a

professional announcement such as: New Position, Honors And

Awards, Mergers & Acquisitions, New Office Address, New

Appointment, New Associate, New Attorney, New Partner, that you

wish to share with the Immigration Daily community, send your

professional announcement to:

comingsNgoings announcements is a free service.

Readers can share professional announcements (up to 100-words at

no charge), email:


The first daily in the field of immigration. Forward this to a


Publisher: Sam Udani Legal Editor: Michele Kim ISSN:1930-062X

An Important disclaimer! The information provided on this page is

not legal advice. Transmission of this information is not

intended to create, and receipt by you does not constitute, an

attorney-client relationship. Readers must not act upon any

information without first seeking advice from a qualified

attorney. Copyright 1999-2010 American Immigration LLC, ILW.COM.

Send correspondence and articles to Letters and

articles may be edited and may be published and otherwise used in

any medium. The views expressed in letters and articles do not

necessarily represent the views of ILW.COM.


ILW.COM - the leading immigration law publisher

ILW.COM, PO Box 1830, New York, NY 10156

Over 50,000 pages of free information!

Immigration Daily -

Archives -

Classifieds -

RSS feed -

Processing times -

Immigration forms -

Discussion board -

Find a lawyer -

Seminars -

Immigration Books -

Advertise -

Resources -

Blogs -

About ILW.COM -

Link to us -

Search -


Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to Facebook Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to Twitter Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to Google Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to StumbleUpon Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to Reddit Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to Digg Submit "Jun 15 - Court Blocks Automatic Deportation" to

Tags: None Add / Edit Tags


  1. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    The letter of US academics against the Arizona hate law (see today's ID) is a voice of reason that every American should listen to. I predict that it will be read by American schoolchildren for generations to come, just as Martin Luther King's letter from Birmingham jail is now being read. Yes, some of those future American schoolchildren may be reading the letter in Spanish - or Chinese or Korean, as well as English. That will not make them one bit less American.

    As the letter point out, the purpose of the Arizona hate law, together with the ban on ethnic studies and the threat to deny state birth certificates to the children of both illegal and legal immigrants, is to create a climate of fear that will drive all Latinos, including legal residents and US citizens, out of the state of Aryanizona. There is only one thing to call this - ethnic cleansing - a crime under international law. Is this the kind of America that we want to live in? Is this the kind of country that we want to leave to our children and grandchildren?

    Tuesday night, President Obama made a speech about the BP oil spill catastrophe. When is he going to make a speech about the even wider and more dangerous spread of ethnic hate in America?
  2. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    Sorry for yet another typo. I meant to say, "As the letter points out".
  3. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    There is one respect, however, in which the academics' letter somewhat misses the point. The letter states, correctly, that local police are not qualified to be immigration officers. However, this overlooks the fact that it was the federal government, not the Aryanizona Reichstag, that initiated the practice of giving local officials immigration enforcement powers under INA Section 287(g).

    This practice, which led directly to the alleged egregious abuses and reign of terror by anti-Hispanic officials in places like Maricopa County, was the legal equivalent of giving heroin to a drug addict, booze to an alcoholic, or guns to a serial killer.

    It was the attempt to cut back on some (not all) of the 287(g) powers that had been given to various officials in Aryanizona and elsewhere that led directly to that state's "Wo sind Ihre Papiere?" immigration law. At the risk of repeating myself, it is almost impossible to take away the punchbowl of prejudice, once it has been given out at the party, or to put the genie of hatred back in the bottle.

    Arizona governor Jan Brewer is being rightly castigated for signing this un-American, unconstitutional manifesto of hate. Another Arizona governor, Janet Napolitano, although she vetoed similar bills when she was in office, deserves equal blame for her role in 287(g). So does her boss, Barack Obama. The buck of anti-immigrant hate and prejudice stops in the Oval Office, not the Aryanizona State House.
  4. John Frecker's Avatar
    Is it just me, or does anyone else miss the days when this was a forum for a number of thoughtful correspondents on both sides of the immigration issue?
Put Free Immigration Law Headlines On Your Website

Immigration Daily: the news source for legal professionals. Free! Join 35000+ readers Enter your email address here: