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USCIS Proposes Sreamlining Procedures for H-2B Program Published: Aug 18, 2008 USCIS PROPOSES STREAMLINING PROCEDURES FOR H-2B PROGRAM "When U.S. employers face a shortage of available U.S. workers to fill temporary non-agricultural jobs, they may petition U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for permission to bring foreign workers into the United States to perform that work. Once approved, these workers enter
Immigration Fact Check Published: Aug 15, 2008 Immigration Fact Checks provide up-to-date information on the most current issues involving immigration today. Click here to dispel immigration myths and to learn the true immigration facts.
Sudan TPS Extension Q&A Published: Aug 15, 2008 USCIS Announces 18-Month Extension of Temporary Protected Status for Nationals of Sudan Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) Extended through May 2, 2009 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to nationals of Sudan or people having no nationality who last habitually
Litigation Clearinghouse Volume 3, Issue 9 Published: Aug 13, 2008 Litigation Clearinghouse Volume 3, Issue 9 "This issue of AILF's Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter covers class certification in two cases, one involving religious workers and the other surviving spouses; recently filed CSPA suits; the Supreme Court's decision to hear a 9/11 detainee Bivens action; and a request for lawyer declarations in
Permanent Labor Certification Debarment List Published: Aug 13, 2008 Permanent Labor Certification Debarment List  "The Office of Foreign Labor Certification maintains the list below of debarred employers, attorneys, and/or agents from the Permanent Labor Certification Program. For more information on debarments under the Permanent Labor Certification Program, see 20 CFR 656.31(f)."
The Immigration Litigation Bulletin Published: Aug 4, 2008 "The Immigration Litigation Bulletin is an internal publication about immigration litigation matters. The purpose of the publication is to keep litigating attorneys within the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security informed about immigration litigation matters and to increase the sharing of information between the field offices and Main Justice.
Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 8 Published: Aug 4, 2008 Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 8: "This issue of AILF's Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter covers class certification in two cases, one involving religious workers and the other surviving spouses; recently filed CSPA suits; the Supreme Court's decision to hear a 9/11 detainee Bivens action; and a request for lawyer
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – Expeditious Naturalization for Spouse of a U.S. Citizen Regularly Stationed Abroad and Residing Abroad at the Time of Filing Published: Aug 1, 2008 What is expeditious naturalization? Expeditious naturalization is available to individuals who are seeking to naturalize as the spouse of a U.S. citizen who is regularly stationed abroad. The eligibility requirements for this category of naturalization applicants are outlined in section 319(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and section