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Article: WITHDRAWAL FROM EB-5 REGIONAL CENTER PROGRAM. By Joseph P. Whalen

Article: Governments Increasingly Restrict Citizenship. By Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan

Blogging: Who Controls Immigration: Donald Trump or the Rule of Law? By Roger Algase

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Austin, TX - Foster LLP, one of the nation's largest immigration law firms, seeks Global Attorney candidates for our Austin, TX office. The Firm's Global Section assists clients with obtaining immigration status, visas and work authorization in countries for U.S. and third-country nationals around the world. Global attorneys and other section staff manage Global cases, from case initiation by the client and identification of the immigration strategy and related requirements, to preparation of the applications and acquisition of the visa or other status documents. The work environment is dynamic and fast-paced, with a strong international bent. Global Attorneys regularly communicate with case stakeholders around the world, often in foreign languages. While direction and training are provided, individual initiative is encouraged and rewarded. Applicant must have strong written and communication skills, be detail oriented and able to multi-task and have strong analytical and organizational skills. Foreign language fluency and experience living and working outside the United States or candidate's home country is preferred. Global attorneys are responsible for Global Section casework, including but not limited to: Researching immigration law and procedures around the world; Formulating and implementing case strategy; Analyzing information and documents provided by client for case filing; Preparing and reviewing documents for immigration applications; Communicating with clients and Firm's global partners and Maintaining case records while utilizing various case tracking systems. Training is provided. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Please send resume and cover letter to careers@fosterglobal.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Los Angeles, CA - Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP is a growing, full-service law firm with an international reputation for achieving outstanding results in the practice of immigration law. The firm's expertise covers a broad range of matters, including investor, employment and family-based immigration. We are known for our depth of experience, commitment to excellence, and creative approach to client matters. The law firm maintains a collegial diverse working environment devoted to employee satisfaction. The business immigration attorney will work closely with clients and primarily prepare petitions for the PERM Labor Certification Process. The attorney will be responsible for other client business matters, including non-immigrant and immigrant visas processing. The attorney will work with a team of business immigration attorneys and paralegals. He/she will, analyze cases, support and advise clients in immigration program management and compliance. He/she will be responsible for the accurate and timely filing of applications, and the written and oral communication with clients and foreign nationals as needed. The attorney may supervise the work of paralegal staff in document preparation. Qualifications and Experience: Minimum 5 years' experience working as an attorney in business immigration PERM work. Experience working with immigrant and non-immigrant clients. Excellent written and oral skills. Experience working with a team of attorneys and staff. Send letter of interest, resume and salary requirement to recruiting@sggimmigration.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Los Angeles, CA - Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP is a growing, full-service law firm with an international reputation for achieving outstanding results in the practice of immigration law. The firm's expertise covers a broad range of matters, including investor, employment and family-based immigration. We are known for our depth of experience, commitment to excellence, and creative approach to client matters. The law firm maintains a collegial diverse working environment devoted to employee satisfaction. Under the supervision of lead attorneys the paralegal will be responsible for business immigration matters. Prepare documents in various phases of the PERM Labor Certification Process will be the majority area of concentration. Essential Functions: The paralegal works closely with experienced business immigration attorneys assisting in all aspects of business immigration and primarily the PERM Labor Certification Process with other responsibilities such as non-immigrant and immigrant visa processing. The paralegal will: Analyze case documents; Prepare applications for filing; Draft petitions and specialized support letters; Assist in Recruitment application process; Draft Business Necessity Statements; Analyze job descriptions; Communicate with clients, and foreign nationals, as needed; Work collegially in a team environment. Qualifications and Experience: Minimum 3 years business immigration PERM work experience, preferred 5 years' experience. Demonstrated and detailed knowledge of Labor Certification Process and procedures. Experience with Law Logix a plus. Only qualified applications should send a cover letter, resume and required salary to recruiting@sggimmigration.com. The firm offers competitive salaries, bonuses, a comprehensive benefit package and a collegial work environment.

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
January 14, 2016, 2 - 3:30pm (Eastern). The Committee for Immigration Reform Implementation will hold a free webinar "Outreach Strategies for Undocumented Asian & Pacific Islander Communities." The webinar will discuss data on the undocumented Asian Pacific Islander (API) population, as well as an inside look into the community history and context, outreach obstacles and community concerns, and best practices with ethnic media messaging with the undocumented Korean, Chinese, and Filipino communities. For more information and registratino information see here.


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