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    IMMIGRANT'S WEEKLY FROM ILW.COM

    July 02, 2007

    Headlines:
    1. Comment: Senate Kills Immigration Bill
    2. Classifieds:
    None this week
    3. Items:
    (a) DHS Immigration Attorneys: Workload Analysis and Workforce
    Planning Efforts Lack Data and Documentation by Government
    Accountability Office
    (b) News Links For The Week
    4. Highlight: American Immigration Attorneys And Other Featured
    Law Firms
    5. Chat with Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq.
    6. Letters From:
    (a) Marie-Lyne
    (b) Celia
    (c) Darlene
    7. Discussions
    (a) Immigration Law Wiki
    (b) Illegal Mexican Exploitation
    (c) annulment vs. divorce
    (d) Can the INS deport a spouse during or after a divorce?
    (e) S.O.S. my american husband makes my life a living ...
    (f) Temporary to Permanent Residency?
    (g) Who wrote this.
    (h) overstay and marriage question
    (i) Background Checks
    (j) mariage for a secondtime
    (k) "Amnesty" for illegals, What about us, the legal ...

    http://www.ilw.com/weekly/digest/2007,0702.shtm

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    1. COMMENT

    Senate Kills Immigration Bill

    The Senate has voted to kill the comprehensive immigration
    reform bill--it looks like the nation will have to look to the
    next congress and the next president for a solution to its broken
    immigration system.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/28/wa...cnd-immig.html

    We welcome readers to share their opinion by writing to
    mailto:weeklyeditor@ilw.com.
    _________________________________________________________________
    2. CLASSIFIEDS

    (a) None this week.

    To place a classified ad that reaches our 15,000+ subscribers
    and 100,000+ site visitors or to place an ad on our homepage or
    on thousands of pages across our website see here.
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    To join ILW.COM Attorney Yellow Pages see here.
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/about.shtm

    _________________________________________________________________
    3. Items

    (a) DHS Immigration Attorneys: Workload Analysis and Workforce
    Planning Efforts Lack Data and Documentation

    Government Accountability Office says "Our prior work on
    strategic workforce planning states that staffing decisions,
    including needs assessments and deployment decisions, should be
    based on valid and reliable data; however, ICE and USCIS's legal
    offices do not currently have such data available, though efforts
    are under way to address this challenge."
    http://www.ilw.com/articles/2007,0702-gao.pdf
    http://www.gao.gov

    (b) News Links For The Week

    These immigration news items are updated throughout the week.
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/.../m/54410661141
    _________________________________________________________________
    4. HIGHLIGHT

    *****************************************************************
    Are you looking for an immigration lawyer? Use our free
    'Find A Lawyer' feature to find an immigration attorney.
    http://www.ilw.com/findlawyer/
    *****************************************************************

    American Immigration Attorneys And Other Featured Law Firms

    American Immigration Attorneys
    Miami, FL
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=11567

    Law Office of Alice M. Yardum-Hunter
    Encino, CA
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=256

    Winningham & Stein
    Oklahoma City, OK
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=250

    Immigration and Citizenship Services
    Las Vegas, NV
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=11564

    Azulay, Horn & Seiden, LLC
    Chicago, IL
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=396

    Attorneys: Click here to be listed in ILW.COM's Yellow Pages
    http://www.ilw.com/membership/
    _________________________________________________________________
    5. CHAT

    -- Attorney Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq. Tue, Jul 10, 5PM ET
    http://yardum-hunter.com/Main/

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 17, 5PM ET

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 24, 5PM ET

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 31, 5PM ET

    -- Attorney Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq. Tue, Aug 7, 5PM ET
    http://yardum-hunter.com/Main/

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Aug 14, 5PM ET

    -- Jennifer Oltarsh, Esq. Tue, Aug 21, 5PM ET
    http://www.oltarsh.com

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Aug 28, 5PM ET
    _________________________________________________________________
    6. LETTERS

    (a) Dear Weekly Editor:
    I get so angry to listen to Lou Dobbs (who's obviously against a
    positive outcome of the "Comprehensive Immigration Bill") and
    people like Dolores. I came here through the regular channels
    legally. I graduated and when I obtained my degree, I asked the
    INS what's next and they say the only way for you is to find an
    employer who would sponsor you. I had my EAD and had an employer
    who agreed to sponsor me and changed their mind about 3 month to
    the end of my EAD. Now I know better and I think that I could
    have extended my EAD (which the INS "again" told me that I could
    not renew) and/or should have hired a lawyer for a better outcome
    and could/should have returned home but I had just bought a house
    since things seems to be taking place so nicely for me. No
    hospital would hire me (I am an RN) since during that time there
    weren't a shortage in Nursing, so I tried my best to continue
    living... I have been trying to sell my house since 2003 to try
    to go home and maybe come back and the Real Estate market being
    what it is... and after two lousy Real Estate agents I am still
    in the "down" house. I have been paying my taxes the whole time I
    have been here and as a whole I have been a good "citizen"... Not
    everyone comes here illegally and I understand feeling unfairness
    in Dolores' letter (IW 6/25/07) since she wasn't able to have her
    sister come to support when going through such hardship as Cancer
    but even if this bill being discussed passes, it isn't Amnesty ;
    1986 was Amnesty. With the fee that all will have to pay, the
    requirement of learning how to speak English and more
    requirements that are going to be needed to comply it isn't going
    to be Amnesty (By the way by reading Dolores' letter that's
    something she doesn't and won't have to go through since after 22
    years (?) her written English isn't up-to-part and probably not
    her **** either: sorry!) It is a different hard way to make the
    American dream come true for many. It isn't going to be easy for
    many to adjust their status even if the bill goes through. I am
    not Mexican but I know that the job that they do, many American
    do not want to do it and they rather stand at Junction of highway
    to beg for money instead of getting paid minimum wages and
    sometimes lower. The Hispanic community works hard for very
    little money and if the law passes they will work as hard to
    better their family here and abroad. Maybe finally they will have
    decent health insurance and be able to have preventive medecine
    instead of emergency (which by then is unaffordable even for
    American citizen) and pay taxes which is something some of then
    don't pay not because they don't want to but afraid that they
    will be found. Dolores isn't the first immigrant that I hear
    speak about things that they do not have any knowledge about
    because they came through a different channel and do not know
    what hardship people like the Mexicans or I go through all the
    time. Please stop watching Lou Dobbs and open your mind by
    reading other well informed sources (i.e. Siskind... or others
    who publish in their newletter) I am tired of the b.s. from
    narrominded or uninformed people.

    Marie-Lyne

    (b) Dear Weekly Editor:
    If I may say may piece on the immigration reform that making a
    lot of politicians emotional and irrational. There would be
    illegal immigration if our immigration policies are realistic and
    rational. This country became what it is now because of
    immigrants. Whether we like or not, face it or not, if all these
    illegal immigrants are deported en masse today, it will be like
    taking out all the fleas in a dirty dog's body. It will bleed to
    death. Can you immagine how much money it's gonna cost just to
    round them up, put them to jail and deport them. Remember, the
    illegal immigrants here are not just those that crossed the
    border. There illegals here who came here legally but for some
    technicalities or maybe they ran out of time they are now
    undocumented. How are we gonna deport them? Make them pay for
    their plane ride which I doubt they have because they are
    probably living here below poverty level as they could not work
    legally. Also, I know a lot of immigrants who are skilled,
    professionals, paying their taxes honestly, is not getting any
    government benefits, good upright citizens but because their
    employers/sponsors made a mistake or defrauded them, or their
    lawyers didn't do their job well and so are now undocumented.
    They could be a great asset to this country. Their skills and
    knowledge can be use to make us economically stronger. I say,
    give them a chance. Give them the chance to work here legally at
    least if not stay here permanently. Pass and immigrantion reform
    bill that will weed out those that are draining our social
    security system and the felons and terrorists.

    Celia

    (c) Dear Weekly Editor:
    I wanted to share my opinion about the Immigration bill. I am a
    US citizen, born in the USA. Caucasian. I feel that the country
    and our government are getting too politically correct and afraid
    to stand up to what is right. The immigrants are walking all over
    us, and dictating our country to do what they want. If they went
    to any other country, they wouldn't have this much rights. They
    would not get legalized just for being there. Every other country
    has a process to go through to get legalized, and you don't hear
    about how messed up their system is, and how they are getting
    taken over by immigrants. They shouldn't just legalize the
    immigrants just for being here. They should make them go back to
    their country and file for legalization from there. Legalizing
    isn't going to make things better. It's just going to make it
    worst. Because you are going to have a swarm of people trying to
    get over our borders, just to say they were here when the law
    came in affect. They should just only give those people visa's
    to work for a year, to prove that they are here to help the
    economy and not to mooch off our welfare system. Then they should
    make it easier to bring over family members as long as those
    family members are either sponsored by someone proven to support
    them, or gets a visa to work. Then they also should be REQUIRED
    to learn English and live by our ways, in the public life. Not
    make us bend to their ways. No other country would let that
    happen. Do you see Romanians invading Germany and telling them
    they must have Romanian language in the schools because they
    don't know German and don't want to learn? Do you see Bulgarians
    invading France and telling them they must put their language on
    signs so they know where they are going, because they don't want
    to learn French? Do you see the Chinese invading Britain, and
    demanding them to learn their language, because they don't know
    English? No. It's ridiculous how much we put up with and bend for
    them!

    Darlene
    _________________________________________________________________
    7. Discussions

    (a) Immigration Law Wiki
    http://www.immigrationlawwiki.com

    (b) Illegal Mexican Exploitation
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/2...10061141#13810061141

    (c) annulment vs. divorce
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/4...10641141#16810641141

    (d) Can the INS deport a spouse during or after a divorce?
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/4...10641141#16810641141

    (e) S.O.S. my american husband makes my life a living ...
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/2...10151141#51510151141

    (f) Temporary to Permanent Residency?
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/9...10461141#96810461141

    (g) Who wrote this.
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/2...10551141#47710551141

    (h) overstay and marriage question
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/8...10061141#55610061141

    (i) Background Checks
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/5...10751141#15810751141

    (j) mariage for a secondtime
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/9...10841141#47710841141

    (k) "Amnesty" for illegals, What about us, the legal ...
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/902603441/m/9...10561141#83210561141
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    IMMIGRANT'S WEEKLY FROM ILW.COM

    July 02, 2007

    Headlines:
    1. Comment: Senate Kills Immigration Bill
    2. Classifieds:
    None this week
    3. Items:
    (a) DHS Immigration Attorneys: Workload Analysis and Workforce
    Planning Efforts Lack Data and Documentation by Government
    Accountability Office
    (b) News Links For The Week
    4. Highlight: American Immigration Attorneys And Other Featured
    Law Firms
    5. Chat with Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq.
    6. Letters From:
    (a) Marie-Lyne
    (b) Celia
    (c) Darlene
    7. Discussions
    (a) Immigration Law Wiki
    (b) Illegal Mexican Exploitation
    (c) annulment vs. divorce
    (d) Can the INS deport a spouse during or after a divorce?
    (e) S.O.S. my american husband makes my life a living ...
    (f) Temporary to Permanent Residency?
    (g) Who wrote this.
    (h) overstay and marriage question
    (i) Background Checks
    (j) mariage for a secondtime
    (k) "Amnesty" for illegals, What about us, the legal ...

    http://www.ilw.com/weekly/digest/2007,0702.shtm

    *****************************************************************
    ATTORNEYS AND LAW FIRMS:
    Join our Yellow Pages:
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    _________________________________________________________________
    1. COMMENT

    Senate Kills Immigration Bill

    The Senate has voted to kill the comprehensive immigration
    reform bill--it looks like the nation will have to look to the
    next congress and the next president for a solution to its broken
    immigration system.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/28/wa...cnd-immig.html

    We welcome readers to share their opinion by writing to
    mailto:weeklyeditor@ilw.com.
    _________________________________________________________________
    2. CLASSIFIEDS

    (a) None this week.

    To place a classified ad that reaches our 15,000+ subscribers
    and 100,000+ site visitors or to place an ad on our homepage or
    on thousands of pages across our website see here.
    https://www.ilw.com/secure/a/advertise.asp
    To join ILW.COM Attorney Yellow Pages see here.
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/about.shtm

    _________________________________________________________________
    3. Items

    (a) DHS Immigration Attorneys: Workload Analysis and Workforce
    Planning Efforts Lack Data and Documentation

    Government Accountability Office says "Our prior work on
    strategic workforce planning states that staffing decisions,
    including needs assessments and deployment decisions, should be
    based on valid and reliable data; however, ICE and USCIS's legal
    offices do not currently have such data available, though efforts
    are under way to address this challenge."
    http://www.ilw.com/articles/2007,0702-gao.pdf
    http://www.gao.gov

    (b) News Links For The Week

    These immigration news items are updated throughout the week.
    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/.../m/54410661141
    _________________________________________________________________
    4. HIGHLIGHT

    *****************************************************************
    Are you looking for an immigration lawyer? Use our free
    'Find A Lawyer' feature to find an immigration attorney.
    http://www.ilw.com/findlawyer/
    *****************************************************************

    American Immigration Attorneys And Other Featured Law Firms

    American Immigration Attorneys
    Miami, FL
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=11567

    Law Office of Alice M. Yardum-Hunter
    Encino, CA
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=256

    Winningham & Stein
    Oklahoma City, OK
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=250

    Immigration and Citizenship Services
    Las Vegas, NV
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=11564

    Azulay, Horn & Seiden, LLC
    Chicago, IL
    http://www.ilw.com/directory/hit.asp?LAWYER_ID=396

    Attorneys: Click here to be listed in ILW.COM's Yellow Pages
    http://www.ilw.com/membership/
    _________________________________________________________________
    5. CHAT

    -- Attorney Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq. Tue, Jul 10, 5PM ET
    http://yardum-hunter.com/Main/

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 17, 5PM ET

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 24, 5PM ET

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Jul 31, 5PM ET

    -- Attorney Alice Yardum-Hunter, Esq. Tue, Aug 7, 5PM ET
    http://yardum-hunter.com/Main/

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Aug 14, 5PM ET

    -- Jennifer Oltarsh, Esq. Tue, Aug 21, 5PM ET
    http://www.oltarsh.com

    -- To Be Announced Tue, Aug 28, 5PM ET
    _________________________________________________________________
    6. LETTERS

    (a) Dear Weekly Editor:
    I get so angry to listen to Lou Dobbs (who's obviously against a
    positive outcome of the "Comprehensive Immigration Bill") and
    people like Dolores. I came here through the regular channels
    legally. I graduated and when I obtained my degree, I asked the
    INS what's next and they say the only way for you is to find an
    employer who would sponsor you. I had my EAD and had an employer
    who agreed to sponsor me and changed their mind about 3 month to
    the end of my EAD. Now I know better and I think that I could
    have extended my EAD (which the INS "again" told me that I could
    not renew) and/or should have hired a lawyer for a better outcome
    and could/should have returned home but I had just bought a house
    since things seems to be taking place so nicely for me. No
    hospital would hire me (I am an RN) since during that time there
    weren't a shortage in Nursing, so I tried my best to continue
    living... I have been trying to sell my house since 2003 to try
    to go home and maybe come back and the Real Estate market being
    what it is... and after two lousy Real Estate agents I am still
    in the "down" house. I have been paying my taxes the whole time I
    have been here and as a whole I have been a good "citizen"... Not
    everyone comes here illegally and I understand feeling unfairness
    in Dolores' letter (IW 6/25/07) since she wasn't able to have her
    sister come to support when going through such hardship as Cancer
    but even if this bill being discussed passes, it isn't Amnesty ;
    1986 was Amnesty. With the fee that all will have to pay, the
    requirement of learning how to speak English and more
    requirements that are going to be needed to comply it isn't going
    to be Amnesty (By the way by reading Dolores' letter that's
    something she doesn't and won't have to go through since after 22
    years (?) her written English isn't up-to-part and probably not
    her **** either: sorry!) It is a different hard way to make the
    American dream come true for many. It isn't going to be easy for
    many to adjust their status even if the bill goes through. I am
    not Mexican but I know that the job that they do, many American
    do not want to do it and they rather stand at Junction of highway
    to beg for money instead of getting paid minimum wages and
    sometimes lower. The Hispanic community works hard for very
    little money and if the law passes they will work as hard to
    better their family here and abroad. Maybe finally they will have
    decent health insurance and be able to have preventive medecine
    instead of emergency (which by then is unaffordable even for
    American citizen) and pay taxes which is something some of then
    don't pay not because they don't want to but afraid that they
    will be found. Dolores isn't the first immigrant that I hear
    speak about things that they do not have any knowledge about
    because they came through a different channel and do not know
    what hardship people like the Mexicans or I go through all the
    time. Please stop watching Lou Dobbs and open your mind by
    reading other well informed sources (i.e. Siskind... or others
    who publish in their newletter) I am tired of the b.s. from
    narrominded or uninformed people.

    Marie-Lyne

    (b) Dear Weekly Editor:
    If I may say may piece on the immigration reform that making a
    lot of politicians emotional and irrational. There would be
    illegal immigration if our immigration policies are realistic and
    rational. This country became what it is now because of
    immigrants. Whether we like or not, face it or not, if all these
    illegal immigrants are deported en masse today, it will be like
    taking out all the fleas in a dirty dog's body. It will bleed to
    death. Can you immagine how much money it's gonna cost just to
    round them up, put them to jail and deport them. Remember, the
    illegal immigrants here are not just those that crossed the
    border. There illegals here who came here legally but for some
    technicalities or maybe they ran out of time they are now
    undocumented. How are we gonna deport them? Make them pay for
    their plane ride which I doubt they have because they are
    probably living here below poverty level as they could not work
    legally. Also, I know a lot of immigrants who are skilled,
    professionals, paying their taxes honestly, is not getting any
    government benefits, good upright citizens but because their
    employers/sponsors made a mistake or defrauded them, or their
    lawyers didn't do their job well and so are now undocumented.
    They could be a great asset to this country. Their skills and
    knowledge can be use to make us economically stronger. I say,
    give them a chance. Give them the chance to work here legally at
    least if not stay here permanently. Pass and immigrantion reform
    bill that will weed out those that are draining our social
    security system and the felons and terrorists.

    Celia

    (c) Dear Weekly Editor:
    I wanted to share my opinion about the Immigration bill. I am a
    US citizen, born in the USA. Caucasian. I feel that the country
    and our government are getting too politically correct and afraid
    to stand up to what is right. The immigrants are walking all over
    us, and dictating our country to do what they want. If they went
    to any other country, they wouldn't have this much rights. They
    would not get legalized just for being there. Every other country
    has a process to go through to get legalized, and you don't hear
    about how messed up their system is, and how they are getting
    taken over by immigrants. They shouldn't just legalize the
    immigrants just for being here. They should make them go back to
    their country and file for legalization from there. Legalizing
    isn't going to make things better. It's just going to make it
    worst. Because you are going to have a swarm of people trying to
    get over our borders, just to say they were here when the law
    came in affect. They should just only give those people visa's
    to work for a year, to prove that they are here to help the
    economy and not to mooch off our welfare system. Then they should
    make it easier to bring over family members as long as those
    family members are either sponsored by someone proven to support
    them, or gets a visa to work. Then they also should be REQUIRED
    to learn English and live by our ways, in the public life. Not
    make us bend to their ways. No other country would let that
    happen. Do you see Romanians invading Germany and telling them
    they must have Romanian language in the schools because they
    don't know German and don't want to learn? Do you see Bulgarians
    invading France and telling them they must put their language on
    signs so they know where they are going, because they don't want
    to learn French? Do you see the Chinese invading Britain, and
    demanding them to learn their language, because they don't know
    English? No. It's ridiculous how much we put up with and bend for
    them!

    Darlene
    _________________________________________________________________
    7. Discussions

    (a) Immigration Law Wiki
    http://www.immigrationlawwiki.com

    (b) Illegal Mexican Exploitation
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