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  • Article: Op Ed: Tweets, Executive Orders and “Xenophobic scapegoating”.... Unconstitutional? By Mona Shah, Esq.

    Op Ed: Tweets, Executive Orders and “Xenophobic scapegoating”.... Unconstitutional? by Mona Shah, Esq. At 10:06pm on Monday, April 20th, without warning, there was a lone tweet issued by President Trump :“In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy” – a phrase he commonly applies to Covid-19 – “as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the Unite...
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  • Article: Canadian Immigration Update: Canada Extend Travel Restriction Between The Borders By David Nachman

    Canadian Immigration Update: Canada Extend Travel Restriction Between The Borders by David Nachman Canada Border Service Agency (“CBSA”) recently announced the continuation of nonessential travel restrictions between Canada and USA through May 21st, 2020. Any traveler planning to cross the border for tourism, recreation and entertainment are not allowed. Canada continues to allow essential travel into Canada which include individuals with study permit issued on or before March...
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  • Article: Best Interest Of The Child In The Context Of Canadian Immigration Law By Edward C. Corrigan and Selvin Mejia

    Article: Best Interest Of The Child In The Context Of Canadian Immigration Law by Edward C. Corrigan and Selvin Mejia The “best interest of the child” has many applications. In Family Law one of the leading cases is the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in Young v. Young. [1] This article proposes to look at the “best interest of the child” in an Immigration context. The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) makes specific reference to the best interest of the chil...
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  • Article: Ten Immigration Judges Rule That “Women In (This Country)” Is A Particular Social Group By David L. Cleveland

    Ten Immigration Judges Rule That “Women In (This Country)” Is A Particular Social Group by David L. Cleveland Ten immigration judges have found that “women in this country: ____” is a particular social group. This article will summarize two cases each from Mexico and Honduras, and three cases each from El Salvador and Guatemala. MEXICO “Mexican females” are a cognizable particular social group, ruled IJ Miriam Hayward, [San Francisco CA] Her 22-page Opinion, dated Septem...
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  • Article: The ability of a foreign national to apply for unemployment insurance By David H. Nachman, Esq.

    The ability of a foreign national to apply for unemployment insurance by David Nachman In the “New Norm” of the Pandemic World, Managing Attorney’s, David Nachman, Esq. and Ludka Zimovcak, Esq. at the NPZ Law Group - VISASERVE - speak about the ability of a foreign national to apply for unemployment insurance. ...
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  • Article: The Importance of Setting the Record Straight on East Coast Infections – It's the Europeans; Why not just excuse the LCA posting requirement during the Pandemic? By Alan Lee, Esq.

    The Importance of Setting the Record Straight on East Coast Infections – It's the Europeans; Why not just excuse the LCA posting requirement during the Pandemic? by Alan Lee, Esq. Setting the Coronavirus Record Straight for East Coast Infections as European and not Asian is Important In our article of March 20, 2020, " Repeatedly Calling It a Chinese Virus Is Racist and a Deflection of Blame ," we asked that President Trump stop calling the coronavirus a Chinese virus as that was inflaming hatred towards Asians in a country with a...
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  • Article: Remote Inspection of I-9 Documents Now Permitted in Limited Circumstances During Coronavirus Emergency By David H. Nachman Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq. and Ludka Zimovcak, Esq.

    Remote Inspection of I-9 Documents Now Permitted in Limited Circumstances During Coronavirus Emergency by David Nachman Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced that effective immediately, “employers taking physical proximity precautions due to COVID-19” will be temporarily allowed to review new employees’ “section 2” documents remotely when completing I-9 Forms. This can include, for example, reviewing the documents via web camera or emailed images. This relaxes l...
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  • Article: Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence Face Unique Risks During Coronavirus By Katie Shepherd

    Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence Face Unique Risks During Coronavirus by Katie Shepherd The spread of the coronavirus has led state and local governments to issue “stay at home orders” to limit contact outside of the household. But these mandates have caused unexpected consequences for survivors of domestic violence—or “intimate terrorism.” Many of these survivors may no longer be able to find safety in the workplace. And some immig...
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  • Article: FAQ for Green Card Holders during the COVID-19 Period By Cyrus Mehta

    Article: FAQ for Green Card Holders during the COVID-19 Period By Cyrus Mehta

    FAQ for Green Card Holders during the COVID-19 Period by Cyrus Mehta I have received inquiries from lawful permanent residents, or green card holders, who are outside the United States and have been unable to return to the United States in the COVID-19 period. They are unable to return either because there are no flights out of the country to the US or they feel vulnerable to contracting the infection or they may have unfortunately contracted the infection. These green card holders are u...
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  • Article: Current Dangers to returning Mexicans in the El Paso Port of Repatriation By Robert Kirkland and Duncan Breda 

    Current Dangers to returning Mexicans in the El Paso Port of Repatriation by Robert Kirkland and Duncan Breda Introduction: The purpose of this article is to examine the current security situation in the Ciudad Juárez area, the increased levels of violence and how this poses a danger to returning Mexicans who use the El Paso Port of Repatriation. Violence levels in Juárez have increased greatly in the past year due to the increased activity of the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generaci...
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