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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
Fact Sheet: Changes to the FY2009 H-1B Program Published: Jul 25, 2008 WASHINGTON ─ U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued an interim final rule today that prohibits employers from filing more than one petition for an H-1B visa for a single employee in a fiscal year.   The change is intended to promote a fair and systematic process for H-1B petitioners.   This rule ensures that companies filing H-1B
Cap Count for H-1B and H-2B Workers for Fiscal Year 2009 Published: Jul 25, 2008 What is a "Cap" The word "Cap" used in this Update refers to annual numerical limitations set by Congress on certain nonimmigrant visa classifications, e.g., H-1B and H-2B. Caps control the number of workers that can be issued a visa in a given fiscal year to enter the United States pursuant to a particular nonimmigrant classification.
Immigration Judge Reports — Asylum Published: Jul 21, 2008 Immigration Judge Reports — Asylum "New reports on the nation's 200-plus immigration judges are now available. The reports, covering how the judges decided asylum matters in the FY 2002 to FY 2007 period, are based on tens of thousands of very detailed records obtained and analyzed by TRAC under the Freedom of Information Act. The source was the
Dispelling the Myth: “Chain Migration” Published: Jul 9, 2008 Dispelling the Myth: “Chain Migration”
POSITION PAPER: IMMIGRATION REFORM Published: Jul 8, 2008 POSITION PAPER: IMMIGRATION REFORM The Issue: Our current immigration system is badly broken and in dire need of a top-to-bottom overhaul. Immigration laws that are out of sync with 21st century economic realities and demographics have given rise to a vast underground economy characterized by criminal smugglers, fake documents, and millions of