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§ 212(h) Eligibility: Case Law and Potential Arguments
Published: Jan 22, 2008
§ 212(h) Eligibility: Case Law and Potential Arguments - "This practice advisory addresses statutory requirements for for § 212(h) waivers; availability of § 212(h) waivers in removal proceedings for both LPRs and non-LPRs; and situations when a "stand-alone" § 212(h) waiver can, or arguably might, be filed."
The Economic Impact of Immigration
Published: Dec 8, 2007
The Economic Impact of Immigration - "Most studies claiming to calculate the net “costs” of immigration suffer from one or more fatal flaws, including relying on single-year “snapshots” of the immigrant population and failing to consider many of the economic contributions of immigrants. More comprehensive studies that seek to avoid these pitfalls have
Undocumented Immigrants as Taxpayers
Published: Dec 7, 2007
Undocumented Immigrants as Taxpayers - "As the debate over illegal immigration continues to rage, some pundits and policymakers are claiming that unauthorized immigrants do not pay taxes and rely heavily on government benefits. Neither of these claims is borne out by the facts. Undocumented men have work force participation rates that are higher than
USCIS Monthly Newsletter - November 2007
Published: Nov 20, 2007
USCIS Monthly is a monthly newsletter published by the USCIS Office of Communications. Its purpose is to provide important information on USCIS initiatives and programs to the American People and our stakeholders.
Click here to for the USCIS immigration newsletter.
Precedent Decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals in Fiscal Year 2007
Published: Nov 9, 2007
"In its published decisions in fiscal year (FY) 2007, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA or Board) published 40 precedents, more than in any single year since FY 1999. This article summarizes these published decisions (Interim Decisions 3545 through 3585), which covered a broad range of legal and procedural issues that come before the BIA and the
Board of Immigration Appeals Practice Manual
Published: Nov 9, 2007
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) has a handbook that provides basic information to persons involved in proceedings before the Board and to answer frequently asked questions about appeals and motions.
Click here to view the BIA's updated practice manual.
Immigrants and Crime: Are They Connected?
Published: Nov 8, 2007
"Numerous studies by independent researchers and government commissions over the past 100 years repeatedly and consistently have found that immigrants are less likely to commit crimes or be behind bars than the native-born. (October 2007)"
Click here to read the American Immigration Law Foundation's immigration fact check on the connection