Comment: PERM Liaison, Visa Bulletin, Biometrics, Dreamers
Today's issue of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest including PERM Liaison Update from Washington By Joel Stewart, Reminder on Biometrics requirement, Bipartisan efforts to help DREAMers, Analysis of the January Visa Bulletin, CRS Report On Refugee Admissions and Resettlement Policy, USCIS Fact Sheet on E-Verify Records Retention and Disposal and more. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at email@example.com.
Focus: India EB-5 Expos
ILW offers limited EB-5 exhibition opportunities at Bangalore, Mumbai & Delhi EB5 Expo
March 10, 2017 Bangalore, March 12, 2017 Mumbai, India & March 14, 2017 Delhi, India
Info on India:
- India saw 43,000 millionaires leave in ten years ending in 2013 - second only to China.
- India is already in second tier of 6 EB-5 countries which come after China. It is the fastest growing of the top seven (including China) EB-5 markets in the world.
- India is the only competitor to China in the long run in EB-5. No other country can even come close to China.
- India is fullyEnglish speaking country - no translation needed even for official documents.
- Indian regulatory structures are more robust than China. India source of funds will be easier to handle for USCIS as compared to China source of funds.
- ILW has considerable experience operating in India, which we will use to help you get results.
- ILW offers ongoing India representation for EB-5 issuers, compliant with both Indian and US law.
- In ILW EB5 expos you will meet with direct investors, and/or with agents/intermediaries from the country and/or a combination of the above (all depending on local law)
Combo Discount and Early Bird Discount Available
Early Bird Deadline: December 23, 2016
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Headline: Republicans Set to Battle on Legal Immigration
Headline: Trump promises relief for 'Dreamers,' but immigrant advocates are taking no chances Click here
Headline: Young DREAMer immigrants warned not to be abroad when Trump's sworn in Click here
Headline: Asylum Denial Rates Rise to 57 Percent in FY 2016, Unrepresented Increase Click here
Headline: Churches offer sanctuary to immigrants who could face deportation Click here
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Milwaukee, WI - Grzeca Law Group seeks an experienced professional to serve on our corporate practice team based in our Milwaukee office. This position is primarily responsible for managing, directing and overseeing the preparation of various employment-based immigration petitions, including leading strategy development discussions, client communication, support staff management and timely and accurate document production to ensure the highest level of client service and satisfaction. This position requires a minimum of 2 years of current or recent experience with nonimmigrant and immigrant employment-based cases (i.e. H-1B, L-1, TN, PERM, I-140, I-485, etc.). Qualified candidates must have a commitment to hard work as well as excellent writing, communication, organizational and case management skills. We offer a competitive salary and benefits. We strongly encourage professional growth and community involvement. Send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements by email only to email@example.com with "Team Lead position" in the subject line. Please also quantify your experience with each type of employment-based visa classification in months/years (H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, EB's, TN, O-1, PERM, I-140, I-485, etc.).
Position Sought: Immigration Attorney
Looking for an opportunity to work for an experienced Immigration Law Firm. University of Richmond Graduate LL.M. degree (2016); Passed the New York State Bar Exam held on July 2016; Have 1+ years of legal experience; Have 4 months of experience at an Immigration Law Office in Manhattan, New York; Speak Turkish, and US Citizen. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY - Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, a full-service commercial law firm, seeks immigration paralegal. The paralegal will primarily be involved with the preparation and submission of employment-based nonimmigrant visa petitions, labor certification applications, immigrant visa petitions, permanent resident applications, and U.S. citizenship applications. He/she will assist immigration attorneys in assessing immigration options for corporate clients, obtaining U.S. work authorization for foreign nationals, and maintaining valid visa status of clients' foreign national populations. Other duties include: preparing labor certification documents; overseeing labor certification recruitment process; preparing letters in support of visa petitions; maintaining correspondence with clients; collecting evidence and visa documentation from clients; conducting case audits; maintaining contact with government agencies; researching visa application procedures and requirements; and maintaining client databases with respect to approval and validity dates of visa petitions. Qualifications: Applicants should be detail-oriented and highly analytical with exceptional writing and communication skills. Experience in temporary work visas (including but not limited to L-1A, L-1B, E-2, E-1, H-1B, O-1), PERM labor certifications, immigrant visas (employment-based and family based), consular representation, adjustment of status application and U.S. citizenship. Bilingual in Korean and English preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send resumes to email@example.com.
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Mineola, NY - The Terezakis Law Firm seeks an experienced immigration attorney for its criminal and immigration law practice, based in Mineola, New York. Attorney will be expected to make appearances at the Immigration Courts located at 26 Federal Plaza and 201 Varick Street, as well as the Nassau & Suffolk County criminal courts. Candidate must have at least 3 years' experience with some of the following: removal defense, cancellation of removal, asylum, family-based immigration, provisional waivers, and/or assessment of immigration consequences of proposed criminal disposition. Must have strong writing skills and experience preparing motions and briefs for Immigration Court, as well as appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Experience in criminal defense, including post-conviction relief, is a plus. NYS Bar admission required. Ideal candidate must be a professional, responsible, dedicated, detail-oriented, and friendly attorney who can work independently, as well as part of a team. Our clients are primarily Spanish speaking - so fluency in Spanish is preferred. This is not an entry level position: you must have at least 2-3 years experience representing clients in court, and be a skilled advocate. Please submit cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary commensurate with experience. Health insurance, profit-sharing, liberal vacation policy and other benefits are available.
Letters of the Week: Viv Dalton
ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
Washington DC, December 14 - Sanctuary Cities: Yes or No? National Press Club. For more info see: http://www.press.org/events/sanctuary-cities-yes-or-no
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