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The good is that I added your backlog processing link page not only as a bookmark, but in the exalted bookmark location of the bookmark bar. ILW.com will be staring me in the face every time I glance in the upper left of my computer screen. I read your daily updates, well, daily.
The bad news that if you guys want to be taken seriously, how can you possibly have no backlogs for labor certifications, but references to SWA's and Backlog Reduction Centers, both of which have been out of business for quite a while, the latter, close to a decade! Am I missing something?
Best regards of the season.
DEAR SIR WHY ANY OF NEWS TV CHANNEL NOT INTERESTED ABOUT IMMIGRATION REFORM FOR GREEN CARD OR PERMANENT RESIDENCE CARD WHY WHY????
I was at a hearing at IJ McManus earlier today and she told me to take a new item present on the attorney's desk in her courtroom - the new circular re. EAD rules. So here it is: http://ilw.com/articles/LTE-2013,1216.pdf
Collapse of the Alabama effort should help House Republicans to return to reality, but the effect seems to be the other way. artly ast the behest of Arizona, the Senate's comprehensive "reform" includes measures that would strengthen state efforts to expell immigrants. One difficulty is that many of the federal court rulings striking down some provisions of state laws, including the Supreme Court's decision in Arizona v. United States, are based on federal preemption doctrine: the federal government claims it could carry out these outrageous deportation schemes, and so the argument goes that Congress could authorize the states to do so. The Senate bill and legislation proposed in the House would attempt to reverse most of Arizona v, United States authorizing states to do what the Court said federal law prohibits. By expanding the list of crimes for which immediate removal is made mandatory, the population subject to removal will be greatly expanded and the states will be given license to create their own deportation program by charging lawful immigrants with "gang-related" offenses and other outrageously targeted crimes. Demands for expanded "Internal enforcement" and opposition to "amnesty" seem to be strengthening, if anything, among the core of anti-immigrant Republicans, or so one judges from press reports. Yet the news media seem unable or unwilling to report the reality of what "reform" has become. The Dreamers and their supporters are right, it is time for the President to abandon the worst of the deportation program, which he can do by ending "Secure Communities" which is of doubtful constitutionality and which supports and purports to authorize worst of the state removal efforts.