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Aug 28 - Fiscal Year End Ordes

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August 27, 2009,0827.shtm

1.  Comment: Fiscal Year End Orders
2.  Focus: US Tax Compliance For Immigrants And Employers: The
    Lawyer's Complete Guide
3.  Articles:
    (a) Remembering Ted Kennedy: The Inspirational Champion Of
    Immigration Reform by Robert Gittelson
    (b) Immigrant Of The Day: Charles Atlas of Italy by Kevin R.
    (c) Bloggings On Nurse And Allied Health Immigration by
    Christopher T. Musillo
4.  News:
    (a) EOIR Announces Latest Disciplinary Actions
5.  Classifieds:
    (a) Immigration Law Certificate
6.  Headlines:
    (a) Longtime Santa Rosa Man Released From Immigration Custody
    (b) Youssef Megahed Returns As A Student To USF
    (c) US Applies New Pressure in Attempt to Resolve Honduras
    (d) Runestad: E-Verify System Protects Michigan Workers
7.  ComingsNGoings:
    (a) Immigration Event - Washington, DC
8.  Letters From:
    (a) David D. Murray, Esq.
    (b) Jim Roberts
    (c) Pangga
    (d) Kelly,0827.shtm

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(a) Remembering Ted Kennedy: The Inspirational Champion Of
Immigration Reform

Robert Gittelson writes "Unfortunately, yesterday on television
Senator Frist mischaracterized our common sense proposal.",0828-gittelson.shtm,0828-gittelson.shtm#bio

(b) Immigrant Of The Day: Charles Atlas of Italy

Kevin R. Johnson celebrates the achievements of Charles Atlas who
was born Angelino Siciliano in Italy and immigrated to Brooklyn,
New York at a young age.,0828-johnson.shtm

(c) Bloggings On Nurse And Allied Health Immigration

Christopher T. Musillo writes "Meeting with Congressional
representatives is surprisingly easy.",0828-musillo.shtm

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4.  NEWS

(a) EOIR Announces Latest Disciplinary Actions

The EOIR announced its latest disciplinary actions: six attorneys
were immediately suspended; ten received final orders.,0828-disciplinary.pdf

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6.  Headlines

(a) Longtime Santa Rosa Man Released From Immigration Custody

Although the Arizona detention center has been in the national
news because of allegations of mistreatment of inmates, Nguebari
said his biggest concern was being deported without recourse of a
judicial hearing.

(b) Youssef Megahed Returns As A Student To USF

The engineering student won his release from federal custody on
Friday when an immigration judge refused to deport him on
terrorism charges after a weeklong hearing in Miami-Dade County.

(c) US Applies New Pressure in Attempt to Resolve Honduras Crisis

In a new effort to prod Honduras' interim government into
returning the country's ousted president to office, the Obama
administration as of Wednesday stopped issuing visas to
Hondurans except in emergency cases.

(d) Runestad: E-Verify System Protects Michigan Workers

Here is the truth: E-Verify has received overwhelmingly positive
reviews (96 percent to be exact) from the more than 140,000
employers who use it.

For links to the above stories see here:,0827.shtm#Headlines
7.  ComingsNGoings

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(a) Immigration Event - Washington, DC
'Second International Conference on Migration and Development'
sponsored by the World Bank and French Development Agency,
September 10-11, 2009,  8:30 am - 6:30 pm, The World Bank,
Washington, D.C.

Readers can share comments, email:  (up to
300-words). Past correspondence is available in our archives

(a) Dear Editor:
I do not quite understand the point being made in the Gladys C.
Farris letter (08/27/09 ID), except the obvious one. Latin
America is poor. Except for the letter's claim that "what they
get to see on TV makes them want to come here," I see no
reference in the letter to immigration, immigration reform, or
any solution to the current fiasco of 12-million undocumented
aliens present in the USA today. I wonder does Ms. Farris' letter
suggest that the US open the southern border and allow the
impoverished children of Latin America come to the US to seek a
"better life"? Dealing with "a raw reality of life" is a constant
throughout the world, including the US, where there are many
impoverished and homeless. The US is the most generous and
companionate country in the world, but, for obvious reasons, it
cannot throw open its borders to allow all who wish to come here
seeking a better life than their country can offer. America's
immigration laws are outdated and do not accommodate 21st century
realities. It is time for the reform of archaic concepts such as
dual intent and abandonment of a permanent residence application
without first seeking advance parole. It is time to streamline
the system with state-of the art computer systems and software,
comparable to those of the Internal Revenue Service and the US
Patent and Trademark office. In short, it is time to re-write,
not patch the immigration laws, similar to what, with the aid of
the late Senator Ted Kennedy, was done in1965. It is time to
truly move into the 21st century and it is also time for aliens
to respect the law.
David D. Murray, Esq.    Newport Beach, CA

(b) Dear Editor:
Regarding the Letters of 8/27/09 ID, it is altogether fitting
that the R. Algase letter should pay homage to Sen. Ted Kennedy
as the letters fail in the promises to take a "break" and Teddy
failed in his promises that the 1965 Immigration Act, "...will
not flood our cities with immigrants. It will not upset the
ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of
admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their
jobs."  The reality of the scam was far different as Frosty
Wooldridge describes in: "Teddy Kennedy's Deadly Legacy For
America" which: "..added the bulk of our additional 100 million
people into America within 40 years.  It jumped legal immigration
from 170,000 annually to 1.1 million annually and provoked a
complete ethnic change of our stable society into a fractured
civilization".  Yes, TK, "fought right up until the end to
preserve the spirit of the 1965 law" by supporting every failed
amnesty since in putting the interests of non-citizens above
Americans, especially white, Europeans. Perhaps the MSM just
mispelled the word when describing TK as the "Lion" of the Senate
Liberals. The parents of Mary Jo Kopechne weren't too impressed
either with his story about what happened at the Chappaquiddick
bridge, nor was the public. A fervid, but false solicitude for
the unfortunate is an old revolutionary pretext technique which
has been used by despots of all kinds from Communist "Agrarian
reforms" of the past to the present, contrived "Health Care"
crises as the D. Murray letter laments which is more about
control of lives and money than health. While efficiencies in the
latter field are desirable, perhaps inefficiencies in the entry
processes serve a purpose the same way that natural barriers did
in earlier days slowing the efforts of irresponsible entry zealots.
Jim Roberts

(c) Dear Editor:
Responding to Mr Murray's letter (08/26/09 ID). All those
enumerated by Mr Murray's letter were complied with for the
spousal petition.  However it seemed the U.S. Embassy in the
Philippines (specifically the Consul or adjudicator who handled
the petition) was not very familiar with the decision from the
court regarding the annulment and was not well understood and
thus the presumption that the previous marriage was not
terminated occurred.  They could have asked for "RFE" on the
proof of the dissolution of the previous marriage which was
legally done, instead of outright sending the petition back to
the Department of  State for revocation. Anyway, the harm has
been done.  No use crying over spilled milk.
Pangga  Philippines

(d) Dear Editor:
Mr. Murray's letter (08/27/09 ID) praises the free market and
says that "it works" - implying that it also works well in the
arena of health care.  There is no such thing as a 100% "free"
market.  There are regulations in place for good reason.  For it
to be otherwise is anarchy.  The so called "free market" works
very well when buying shoes.  When buying health care?  Not so
much.  The insurance companies are concerned with making a
profit, yes, but "providing quick, efficient service to their
customers"?  I can only wonder, when is the last time that one
had to deal with a health insurance company?  The experiences
I've had have not proven to be quick or efficient, and I've spent
a lot of time dealing with insurance companies, because I am not
terribly healthy.  As a child I was covered by military, or
government insurance.  My family never had to worry about paying
for prescriptions or whether we would lose our coverage.  As an
adult, I live in constant fear of losing my health insurance.
Private insurance companies don't compete for me, because I am
not a healthy person.  I cost them too much money.  If not for
government regulation which dictates that my group insurance
company must cover me, I would have no coverage at all.  The
private market is one that I have no access to at all, and there
are many like me. A "public option" is just that - an "option".
I'm sure Mr. Murray agrees that competition is a good thing.  The
CIS, by its nature, has no competitor and therefore no incentive
to improve on processing times or service.  A public option, on
the other hand, adds to competition.  If it doesn't work well,
then people won't chose to enroll and it would die a natural death.
Kelly  Omaha, NE
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