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Jun 7 - Immigration Inkblot Test

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June 7, 2010,0607.shtm

Comment/ Focus
4 Articles
1 News Items
18 Tweets
Classifieds: Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney, Help Wanted:
Immigration Paralegals, Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney, Case
Management Technology, Credential Evaluation And Translation

1. Tweet: How you view #immigration says something about you

2. Focus: Change, Change, Change. USCIS Issues 38 Pages of EB-5
Policy Changes

Tuesday, June 8 is the deadline for the Thursday, June 10 phone
session of "Investor Options For Experts" with David Morris, John
Barrett, Michael Gibson, Melissa Krinzman, Jason Oleet, Frederick
R. Troncone and others. The curriculum is as follows:

On December 11, 2009, the USCIS issued a sweeping 23 page
memorandum that "rescinds in its entirety" many prior policies
that defined the EB-5 Program and establishes new guidance to all
CSC personnel involved in the adjudication of any EB-5 visa
petition or Regional Center application.  That same week, USCIS
issued a 15 page "Questions and Answers" document resulting from
an EB-5 stakeholders meeting.  The panelists will discuss these
very important changes :
++ What are the new EB-5 policies and adjudication standards
++ What policy problems has the Service fixed and what is now
++ How a "material change" could result in an investor losing
both residency and an "age out" child under CSPA
++ How a TEA today may not be a TEA tomorrow (failing to preserve
$500,000 investment qualification)
++ USCIS burdens on Investor not Regional  Center/Project
++ Using "Exemplar" I-526 Petition To Stop USCIS Second Guessing

Tuesday, June 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

3. Article: Bloggings On PERM Labor Certification by Joel Stewart,0607-stewart.shtm

4. Article: Bloggings on Political Asylum by Jason Dzubow,0607-dzubow.shtm

5. Article: Bloggings on Deportation And Removal by Matthew

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

7. News: DHS Announces Resumption Of Mexican Interior
Repatriation Program,0607-repatriation.shtm

8. Tweet: PERM Book 2d. Ed: Your Book for PERM Rule, Analysis and
Comments, ETA forms, Memos, Roadmaps & Checklists. Get your copy

9. Tweet: RT @CCIR: #Immigration slowdown due to recession, not
successful enforcement policies/practices.

10. Tweet: #ICE Sees BP Oil Spill as an Opportunity to Flex
Enforcement Muscle HT @VivirLatino

11. Tweet: TheHill: Schumer: #Immigration bill will be done by
March 2011 A new deadline UNTIL the next

12. Tweet: TheHill: Push for more border troops comes amid
falling crime statistics And Obama STILL
breaks 1000 families a day!

13. Tweet: TheHill: #Immigration groups eye piecemeal reform as
Reid focuses on energy bill

14. Tweet: Racist thug says "general public doesn't know about"
the special shoes that the undocumented wear TheHill:

15. Tweet: JonStewartDailyShow: Law and Border
#video #immigration

16. Tweet: JonStewartDailyShow: Suspicious Behavior on Cinco de
Mayo #video #immigration

17. Tweet: DailyKos: "From the you-can't-make-this-stuff-up
files, Arizona edition"

18. Tweet: Unbelievable! Skin tone on school mural has to be
lightened in Arizona - too dark it seems!

19. Tweet: Want to learn more about #immigration law? Sign up for
our CLE seminars. Find the complete list of seminars at

20. Tweet: RubenNavarette: The hornet's nest of an #immigration

21. Tweet: America'sVoice: Police Chiefs Want No Part of
Arizona's #Immigration Law

22. Tweet: TheHill: Reid pushes to move energy bill in July Reid cares more about dead fish than live
Latinos - Deport him in Nov!

23. Tweet: RT @SparBernstein: Spar & Bernstein's 10 Commandments
to Being a Successful #Immigration Attorney

24. Tweet: Nurse #Immigration Book: your guide 4 preparing a
case, understanding the nursing crisis & recruiting nurses. Get
ur copy

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1. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New York, NY - Collegial, growing, immigration law firm
in midtown Manhattan seeks attorney to manage diverse caseload of
immigrant and non-immigrant employment-based cases, with some
family-based petitions.  The attorney will also have the
opportunity to represent clients at Section 245 hearings and
before the EOIR, and in matrimonial matters, i.e., pre-nuptial
agreements, separation agreements and uncontested divorces. Must
be a self-starter with excellent organization, writing and
interpersonal skills. Minimum 3 years experience required. Salary
DOE. Please email CV + cover letter to:

2. Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Boston, MA - Seyfarth Shaw
invites qualified applicants to apply for the following: (1)
senior immigration paralegal - participate in all aspects of
firm's national Business Immigration practice, including:
assisting in client relationship management, preparing
employment-based NIV and IV petitions, mentoring junior
paralegals in case preparation, and serving as primary contact to
numerous clients. Must be able to work in fast-paced, deadline-
driven environment and communicate effectively with clients and
gov't agencies. Qualified applicants must possess  minimum
bachelor's degree and 5+ years experience as an immigration
paralegal, as well as strong written and verbal communication
skills and project management skills; (2) immigration paralegal -
qualified applicants must possess a bachelor's degree and 1-3
years experience as an immigration paralegal, as well as strong
written and verbal communication skills. Salary commensurate with
experience. Please send resumes to Michele Ryan at indicating specific position sought in
subject header.

3. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Dallas, TX -  USCIS Office of the Chief Counsel seeks experienced
attorney with demonstrated experience in employment law, labor
law, privacy and disclosure law, and other administrative laws
for the Commercial and Administrative Law Division.  The selectee
will work at USCIS' Texas Service Center providing advice to the
Chief of the Commercial and Administrative Law Division, the
Chief Counsel, and USCIS officials. For more info, including how
to apply, key in Job Announcement Number: COU-CIS-2010-0007 at
Applications should be sent to: Lakisha Richardson at by 5pm EST, Friday, June 11, 2010.
Position starts at GS-13-GS-15 level.

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5. Credential Evaluation And Translation
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ComingsNGoings: New Partner Philip Eichorn Co., LPA, an
immigration firm located in Cleveland, Ohio and Charlotte, North
Carolina, welcomes Erik Breunig as a partner to the Firm.  Erik
graduated from the University of Akron School of Law and
practiced at Taylor, Breunig and Associates for the past five
years.  His primary area of immigration practice will be
employment based matters including but limited to H-1B's, L's,
E's and PERM's.

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  1. aes's Avatar
    Regarding the new Arizona Law:

    Can somone answer this question for me?

    The Honorable Ex-Governor Janet Napolitano is a democrat and as such became the Secretary of the Department
    of Homeland Security.

    When she left as Governor of Arizona, a republican, Jan Brewer, became Governor. Within two years or so she passed the
    most discriminatory immigration act of the century.

    What was Secretary Janet Napolitano and President Obama doing all this time? Were they asleep at the wheel or silently
    encouraging Governor Brewer's actions? Or were all of President obama's speeches just hot air?
  2. Ben's Avatar
    It baffles me that many people who claim to be concerned about the protection of the United States find it out of harmony and seem to run inconsistent with the general pattern of the Arizona Immigration Law. What's strange about asking someone to provide evidence he/she is in the country legally? I am sure those who are in conflict with the law are those that are importing illegal immigrants into the country...probable for the advancement of their selfish interest. And it's strange how someone stands tall in declaring people that have no respect for properly constituted immigration rules "Innocent." As far as I know, a leader is not a terror to those that follow the rules, which means laws are not a a terror to those with a healthy respect for properly constituted rules. If you think that the law will lead to racial profiling, then I think there is a "race" known to be "lawless." If the Arizona law could conveniently affect a specific race, then I think instead of accusing the law, one has to advice that race to get out of that shell and begin to run in harmony with the properly constituted rules. It's absolutely stupid that people that have broken the law could stand tall and ask for right to stay! It's just like someone breaking into your home and demanding for the right to remain there brashly simply because he thinks you have more than enough to support stupid!!
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