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Article: The Washington Post Exposes Sorry State of Immigration Courts By Beth Werlin



Article: New York Restaurant begins 2014 with a Large Form I-9 Penalty By Bruce E. Buchanan



Blogging: CIR Opponents Fight "Amnesty", While Supporters Debate Fake Issues. By Roger Algase



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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event

February 21, 2:00-3:00pm [EST] - The Office of the CIS Ombudsman invites all interested stakeholders to a teleconference on I-601A provisional waivers. USCIS recently issued field guidance affecting some I-601A applications for provisional waivers of inadmissibility when there is a "reason to believe" that the applicant might be inadmissible for criminal grounds. RSVP by emailing CISOmbudsman.publicaffairs@hq.dhs.gov with your name and organization. Please use "I-601A Telecomm" as the Subject Line.








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