Comment: Many Forms

The forms section is one of the most visited sections of the ILW.COM website. It contains over 200 immigration forms from various agencies such as USCIS, DOS, EOIR, DOL, and IRS. Many of the forms are filable for your convenience. To visit the section, please see here.







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News: DOJ Releases January 2013 Immigration Litigation Bulletin





PERM Crossover IT Occupations

The second session of the ILW.com Seminar Series, "Hi-Tech PERM" will be taking place this Thursday, January 16, 2014. The Discussion Leader will be Joel Stewart and other speakers for this series include Rami Fakhoury, Linda Kim, Matt Morse, Michael Piston, Ed Rubin, Lawrence Rudnick, Rohit Turkhud, David Ware, and Nathan Waxman. The curriculum for the session taking place this week is as follows:




  • Understanding O*Net Snapshots:

  • Occupation or Job?: Titles v. Job Functions

  • Specific Job Requirements: Education, Experience, & Training

  • Special IT Language and Technology Requirements

  • Travel, Unanticipated Work Locations, Relocation, & Telecommuting

  • Kellogg and the Magic Language

  • Alternate Occupations & Stacked Requirements

  • Current Trends and Controversies from DOL

  • Anticipating the I-140 Immigrant Visa Petition




Miss the first session? No problem! When you register, we'll send you a CD of the recording for that session.


For additional information including speaker biographies, detailed curriculum, and to register,please see:


Online: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201316.shtm

Fax Form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201316.pdf


Don't delay, act today! The registration deadline for this session is January 14th at 11:59pm.









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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney

New York, NY - Goldstein & Lee, P.C., with offices in New York and London, is seeking an Associate Attorney with 3+ years of experience exclusively in business immigration with an emphasis on E, L, and H petitions and applications. Experience in preparing PERM applications required. Ideal candidate will also have consular experience with an emphasis on ineligibilities ans waivers. Must be highly organized, with strong work ethic and meticulous attention to detail. Attorney will do general consular work on London office matters. Must be admitted to NY Bar. Written references required. Please send resumes to tammylee@lorsg.com.







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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event

January 28, 2014 - 2:00-3:30pm EST - USCIS invites all interested parties to participate in a quarterly stakeholder engagement to discuss the work of the Asylum Division. The purpose of this engagement is to provide updates and statistics regarding the Asylum Division. During the engagement, USCIS officials will be available to answer your questions. Please note this event is for in-person participation only. Please RSVP no later than January 20th by emailing the Public Engagement Division at public.engagement@uscis.dhs.gov. Please provide your full name and the name of any organizations you represent in the body of the email and write "Asylum Quarterly RSVP" in the subject line.








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