Comment: Militia vs. Deputies At the Border

Politico reports that a member of a civilian militia that is patrolling the remote desert terrain at the Mexican border attempted to arrest a deputy of Arizona Sheriff Arpaio, and was arrested in turn. Both the civilian and the deputy were dressed in similar camouflages and mistook each other for drug smugglers. Sheriff Arpaio warned that civilians who conduct such patrol risk being shot and killed by his deputies. Overzealous militiamen and deputies of an overzealous sheriff is an explosive concoction at the border. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com.






Article: White House: Why CIR Is Critical To American Agriculture by Sheela Murthy, et al.

Article: Ketchikan A Landmark Court of Appeal Decision Regarding I-9 Compliance by Josie Gonzalez and Amanda Paquet

Article: Canada - a hit among Immigrants by Opulentus Overseas Careers

Blogging: RNC Hoisted on Its Own Immigration Petard in Opposing Path to Citizenship by Angelo Paparelli

Blogging: Four United We Dream leaders arrested outside an ICE facility in Phoenix by Matthew Kolken

Blogging: ACLU Says That Muslims Are Blacklisted For US Citizenship by Roger Algase

News: USCIS Publishes Policy Memo on Acceptance of Diversity Visa-Related I-485 Applications During the Advanced Notification Period Reflected in the Visa Bulletin






Focus: The EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable - August 29, 2013

This month's EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable will be taking place on Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 2:00pm [EST]. The session will be 30 minutes. Angelo Paparelli will remain the Discussion Leader and Matt Gordon will be this month's guest speaker.


This 30-minute session is presented at no charge. To register, please click here, complete the form, and send it to webmaster@ilw.com or fax it to 212-545-0869. Please note that this seminar is presented for EB-5 Principals, Senior Staff, In-House Counsel, and Designated Outside 924 Counsel ONLY


For additional information and speaker biographies, please see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/eb5regionalcenterseminars.shtm








Headline: On Immigration, Conference Means Ruin Click here

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Headline: On the Killing Floor, Clues to the Impact Of Immigration on Jobs Click here

Headline: DOMA ruling's overlooked benefit: Immigration rights Click here

Headline: Catholic Leaders Step up Immigration Drive - Click here

Headline: Voices opposing immigration law muted this August - Click here

Headline: Top Five Border Security Concerns in the Senate Immigration Bill Click here

Headline: Policy and politics in immigration Click here

Headline: Religious leaders advocate immigration reform Click here









Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

New York, NY - Midtown NYC immigration law firm is seeking a paralegal with 2+ years of experience with full range of business applications: nonimmigrant (H, L, O, etc.) and immigrant (PERM, I-140, AOS, etc.). Experience with family based, naturalization, and other applications a plus. Ideal candidate will have BA degree, excellent writing, communication, and case management skills. Competitive compensation package offered. 4-day work week with potential for 5 days. Email resume and cover letter to mneedleman@levittandneedleman.com.


Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney

US business immigration specialists at Egan, LLP are seeking an Associate Lawyer to manage multiple and challenging U.S. business immigration engagements and to contribute to the delivery of solutions and ideas for their diverse clients. This position offers excellent opportunities for teaming, leadership, and career advancement to the right candidate. Responsibilities include demonstrating a solid understanding of U.S. business immigration law and effectively applying this knowledge to client situations, preparing and submitting non-immigrant, immigrant, and PERM applications in a high volume environment, facilitating the legal movement of employees across borders for business travel, and managing law clerks and other client service team members. Ideal candidate will have a JD along with admission to any U.S. state bar, 3+ years of business immigration experience, with an emphasis on high-volume H/L NIV and PERM filings, and excellent managerial, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills. Please send your resume to charlene.teed@ca.ey.com. Ernst & Young is committed to diversity and equality.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Los Angeles, CA - Stone, Grzegorek, & Gonzalez, LLP is a dowtown Los Angeles immigration law firm of 20 immigration attorneys. The firm is seeking to hire a paralegal with substantial experience in business immigration matters to work in a collegial working environment that emphasizes training, excellence, and client service. The position involves working with attorneys and other staff in preparing case filings and assisting clients. Ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience; candidates with more experience are preferred. The position requires extensive experience in PERM, attention to detail, excellent writing and oral communication skills, facility with case management software, and ability to work with colleagues in a law firm setting. To indicate interest, please send your resume and list of references to:
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading

Stand Together or Fall Apart: Professionals Working with Immigrant Families by Judith K. Bernhard - Fernwood Publishing Co, Ltd., 128 pp. - Paperback, ISBN: 1552665259, $14.22 - http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1552665259/






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