-----------------IMMIGRATION DAILY FROM ILW.COM------------------



March 25, 2011



http://www.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/digest/2011,0325.shtm



ITEMS



1. Comment: Make Your Voice Heard - We have made it easy for

readers to comment on Immigration Daily issues. Simply click on

the link that says "ReadersWrite: Today's Discussion"

http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/2011/03/25_make_your_voice_heard.html#comments

near the bottom of Immigration Daily issues. The link takes you

to a page with a box titled "Post your comment". You can type in

your comments in the box, enter your name (or anonymous), and

click on the"Post" button. Your comments are made live instantly

accessible to the whole world. If you prefer, you can email your

comments to mailto: editor@ilw.com and we will post them for you.

Write on.



2. Article: Update on INA 212(h) Defense Strategies by Katherine

Brady

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-brady.shtm



3. Article:The Law Is In A Recession, And How To Survive It

by Larry Bodine

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-bodine.shtm



4. Bloggings: Your best friend calls you and tells you he/she's

really sick? How do you show you care? by Roger Algase

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-immigrationlawblog.shtm



5. Bloggings: WWII Vet Fights Over His Citizenship by Greg

Siskind

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-siskind.shtm



6. Bloggings: 4-Year-Old U.S. Citizen Child Deported by Matthew

Kolken

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-kolken.shtm



7. Bloggings: Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire -

100 Years Later by Jason Dzubow

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2011,0325-dzubow.shtm



8. News: USCIS Releases Memo On Fee Waiver Guidelines

http://www.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/news/2011,0325-feewaiver.pdf



9. Focus: Removal For Experts

ILW.COM is pleased to announce "Removal For Experts", a new 3-

part telephone seminar series with Scott Bratton (discussion

leader), Nadine Aljijakli, Judd Azulay, Bob Frank, Steve Thal and

others. The curriculum is as follows:

FIRST Phone Session on March 31: Preliminary Issues in Removal

Cases

++Commencement of Removal Proceedings

++ Evidence

++ Burden of Proof

++ Challenging the NTA

++ Bond and Mandatory Detention

++ Motions to Supress

++ In absentia removal orders and motions to reopen

SECOND Phone Session on April 7: Criminal Issues in Removal

Proceedings

++ Criminal grounds of removal and inadmissibility

++ Aggravated felonies and limitations on relief

++ Vacating convictions and the impact of Padilla v. Kentucky

THIRD Phone Session on May 5: Issues related to relief from

removal

++ Asylum, withholding, CAT includig the social group analysis

++ Cancellation of Removal

++ Adjustment of Status

++ Voluntary Departure

++ TPS

++ NACARA

++ Waivers (212(i), 212(h), 237(a)(1)(H)

Tuesday, March 29 is the deadline to sign up. For more info,

including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration

information, please see: Online:

http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201104.shtm.

Fax form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201104.pdf.



Don't delay, sign up today.



10. Headline: RT @heartlandirvine: LEAVE act the polar opposite

of DREAM act? http://tinyurl.com/64ya5

11. Headline: RT @MATTImmigration Immigration Bills Rile Farmers

- http://ow.ly/4***V

12. Headline: RT @MarcACaputo: Immigration weirdness. Immigrant

CAN'T show passport on Florida House floor. http://bit.ly/enxUU4

13. Headline: States Pass Their Versions Of The Dream Act

http://ow.ly/4mhrP

14. Headline: Thousands protest Georgia immigration bills

http://ow.ly/4mhpF

15. Headline: Immigration essay sparks anger at Rollins College

http://ow.ly/4mgXU

16. Headline: Despite actual violence, Janet Napolitano touts

safety of border region http://ow.ly/4mgSn

17. Headline: Borderbattle over illegal immigration shifts to

beaches http://ow.ly/4mgMB

18. Headline: Group criticizes mock Iowa school "shooting drill"

http://ow.ly/4mgrv

19. Headline: Alabama firm probed in immigration case

http://ow.ly/4mgjp

20. Headline: Federal Immigration-Enforcement Effort Nets 11 in

Arlington http://ow.ly/4mfTQ

21. Headline: Lawmaker blasts makeshift California maternity ward

for Asians http://ow.ly/4mfPO

22. Headline: Disturbing! Third graders asked "What is an Illegal

Alien?". The multiple choice answers are even worse

http://ow.ly/4lSFK

23. Headline: Looking for a job in immigration law? Check out

these openings and start applying! http://ow.ly/4iWTA

24. Headline: The Employer's Immigration Compliance Book will

help guide employers thru dese turbulent immigration waters.

http://ow.ly/46wDV

25. Headline: RT @32BJ_SEIU NYDreamAct introduced in the State

Senate NYDA http://bit.ly/hBl9OQ

26. Headline: RT @ElMati7 We are all Americans. Todos somos

Americanos. But w/the same old top-down approach to north-south

relations. http://ow.ly/4luL7



To submit an Article or a news item to Immigration Daily, write

to mailto:editor@ilw.com. Follow ILW.COM on Twitter:

http://www.twitter.com/ilwcom

_________________________________________________________________

CLASSIFIEDS



1. Help Wanted: Immigration ParalegalNew York, NY - Midtown

Manhattan immigration law firm

http://www.levittandneedleman.com/

seeks paralegal on a part-time basis (3 days a week), with future

potential for full-time, to prepare full-range of business

immigration applications. Must have BA degree with 1-2 years of

business immigration experience. Competitive compensation

package. Email resume and cover letter to

mailto:inquiry@levittandneedleman.com.



2. Help Wanted: Immigration ParalegalMatawan, NJ - Fragomen Del

Rey Bernsen & Loewy LLP

http://www.Fragomen.com

seeks an immigration paralegal. Fragomen is recognized as the

world's leading global immigration services provider, with more

than 1,000 immigration professionals throughout over 30

strategically located offices across 15 countries. We provide

comprehensive immigration services for short and long-term

international assignments, permanent transfers and the local hire

of foreign workers. Working in a collegial team-oriented

environment our paralegals perform challenging and substantive

legal work. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of business

immigration experience, including non immigrant and immigrant

visa matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills

within a fast-paced environment. A Bachelors degree is required.

Fragomen offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits

package. Please submit a cover letter and resume to

mailto:NewJerseycareers@Fragomen.com.



3. Help Wanted: Immigration ParalegalNew York, NY - Klasko,

Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP,

http://www.klaskolaw.com

a nationally-known immigration law firm, has an opening for an

immigration paralegal with 1-2 years of experience to handle a

variety of

employment based immigration matters for hospitals and research

organizations from its New York City office. You will work with

attorneys, have contact with scientists, managers, and other

professionals to determine their skills and background, draft

documents to establish their eligibility for immigration

benefits, and help guide them through the immigration process.

If you are interested in international/intercultural issues; are

a good writer; are able to understand complicated rules and

procedures; and have a Bachelor's degree with excellent academic

credentials along with 1-2 years of immigration experience,

please email your resume and a brief writing sample to:

mailto:hrpa@klaskolaw.com. Information about the firm can be

found at our website.



4. Help Wanted: Immigration AttorneyStudio City, CA - The Law

Offices of Jessica Dominguez has an immediate opportunity for an

immigration attorney with 2+ years experience to work on a wide

range of cases in a diverse, full-service immigration law

practice. Attorney Must be bilingual in English and Spanish. Must

have experience in handling NIV visas and consular practice,

PERM, Family-based IV, and Naturalization. Attorney will

represent clients in Removal Proceedings, as well as BIA and

Circuit Court Appeals, and Federal Litigation. Excellent

research/writing and outstanding communication skills needed.

Attorney will be substantially self-sufficient in preparing day-

to-day correspondence. Candidate must be able to thrive in a

challenging and fast-paced environment, where deadlines are

critical. We have a great office environment and wonderful

clients. Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and writing sample

to Jessica Dominguez at mailto:abogadalatina@aol.com. All replies

will be treated in the strictest confidence and references will

not be contacted without prior approval.



5. Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys

Dallas, TX - Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL),

http://www.balglobal.com

a global corporate immigration law firm with various offices in

the United States, seeks experienced attorneys with a minimum of

three to eight years practicing business immigration law, for our

Dallas office. Our attorneys work in a fast-paced, high volume

practice and utilize carefully developed procedures, advanced

practice tools, and a state-of-the-art case management system.

Experience in a range of business immigration matters, the

ability to provide exceptional client service, experience

managing teams of legal assistants, and superb analytical,

organizational and case management skills required. The ideal

candidate must have demonstrated success as a principal manager

of a large client, have supervised other attorneys and taken full

responsibility/accountability for team performance and results,

have demonstrated experience in training and developing attorneys

and paralegals as well as have excellent communication and

leadership skills. We strive for excellence in legal practice in

a collegial environment, promoting cooperation and learning from

each other. We offer competitive salary and benefits. Please

submit your resume, cover letter, writing sample and salary

requirement via email with the subject Attorney

Candidate-(Dallas) to mailto:dallascareers@balglobal.com.



6. Immigration Law Certificate

Classes offered both online and in-person. Master the complex

and ever changing maze of immigration policies and regulations

with the Immigration Law Studies Certificate Program offered by

CUNY's School of Professional Studies. This graduate-level

certificate program, consisting of (3) three-credit classes,

offers students who complete it a comprehensive understanding of

the laws, regulations, and processes surrounding the status of

immigrants in the US, including family and employment-based

immigration and deportation defense. It is designed for

individuals working in law firms, companies, government agencies

and nonprofit organizations where they interact with immigrants

and immigrant legal concerns on a regular basis and would

therefore benefit from greater knowledge of the laws and

regulations surrounding immigration. For more information on

class schedules, tuition and fees, course applications and to

register, see here.

http://www.sps.cuny.edu/programs/spscourses/programdescription.aspx?pid=17&sid=ILCP



7. Expert Witness ServicesMuslim World Expert Professor Shaul M.

Gabbay, Phd, offers expert testimony in immigration cases from

Muslim countries/societies, including the former USSR. Dr. Gabbay

prepared reports and testified in 250+ Immigration cases

nationwide (asylum, cancellation of removal, asylum interviews,

hardship waivers) with a 93% success rate. Examples of what

Immigration lawyers say: ... "He is a consummate scholar and

passionate about his subject ... He makes a wonderful witness...

He is riveting on the witness stand, helping us win nearly

unwinnable cases with aplomb. He has won the praise of numerous

Immigration Judges." (Svetlana Schreiber, Esq.) ... "He provided

the testimony we needed in numerous asylum cases ... in virtually

all of those cases, but for the expert witness testimony, I doubt

the cases would have been approved, I recommend Professor Gabbay

to anyone with issues involving Islamic society and culture."

(Stephen Berman, Esq.) ... "His testimonies, whether written or

oral, are credible, persuasive, and non-refutable. I have never

lost a single case which had Dr. Gabbay on as an expert witness."

(Ally Bolour, Esq.). Contact Professor Gabbay with any questions.

He can also recomend country experts outside his specialty.

Professor Shaul M. Gabbay, Phd, Korbel School of International

Studies, University of Denver, mailto:sgabbay@du.edu, (303)

871-2560. www.Muslimworldexpert.com.



http://www.Muslimworldexpert.com

To place a classifieds ad in Immigration Daily, see here

http://www.ilw.com/corporate/advertise_on_ilw.shtm

_________________________________________________________________

ReadersWrite



1. ReadersWrite: Yesterday's Discussion

http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/2011/03/24_budget_impasse.html#comments



2. ReadersWrite: Today's Discussion

http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/2011/03/25_make_your_voice_heard.html#comments



To submit an Article for consideration, write to

mailto:editor@ilw.com

_________________________________________________________________

ComingsNGoings



ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event Washington, DC, March 31 - The

Center for American Progres and the American Constitution Society

is pleased to present: "Born in the USA?: The Historical and

Constitutional Underpinnings of Birthright Citizenship". Speakers

include Elizabeth Wydra, Garrett Epps, James Ho, Linda Chavez and

Moderator Sam Fulwood III. To RSVP, see

http://www.americanprogress.org/events/2011/03/bornintheusa.html/rsvp.



Readers can share professional announcements (up to 100-words at

no charge), email: mailto:editor@ilw.com.

_________________________________________________________________

The first daily in the field of immigration. Forward this to a

colleague!



Publisher: Sam Udani Legal Editor: Michele Kim ISSN:1930-062X



An Important disclaimer! The information provided on this page is

not legal advice. Transmission of this information is not

intended to create, and receipt by you does not constitute, an

attorney-client relationship. Readers must not act upon any

information without first seeking advice from a qualified

attorney. Copyright 1999-2010 American Immigration LLC, ILW.COM.

Send correspondence and articles to editor@ilw.com. Letters and

articles may be edited and may be published and otherwise used in

any medium. The views expressed in letters and articles do not

necessarily represent the views of ILW.COM.

_________________________________________________________________

ILW.COM - the leading immigration law publisher

ILW.COM, PO Box 1830, New York, NY 10156

Over 50,000 pages of free information!

http://www.ilw.com/



Immigration Daily - http://www.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/

Archives - http://www.ilw.com/immigrationdaily/archives.shtm

Classifieds -http://www.ilw.com/corporate/advertise_on_ilw.shtm

RSS feed - http://www.ilw.com/rss.asp

Processing times - http://www.ilw.com/govttimes/index.asp

Immigration forms - http://www.ilw.com/forms/

Discussion board - http://www.ilw.com/discussion/

Find a lawyer - http://www.ilw.com/findlawyer/

Seminars - http://www.ilw.com/seminars/

Immigration Books - http://www.ilw.com/store/

Advertise -http://www.ilw.com/corporate/advertise.shtm

Resources - http://www.ilw.com/resources/

Blogs - http://blogs.ilw.com/

About ILW.COM - http://www.ilw.com/corporate/about_us.shtm

Link to us - http://www.ilw.com/corporate/linktous.shtm

Search - http://www.ilw.com/search/advanced.asp

_________________________________________________________________