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Premium Processing Fact Sheet
Published: Jun 12, 2008
Premium Processing Fact Sheet: for certain Form I-140 Petitions starting June 16, 2008.
USCIS OFFERS PREMIUM PROCESSING SERVICE FOR CERTAIN
FORM I-140 PETITIONS STARTING JUNE 16, 2008
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will make available Premium Processing Service for designated Form I-140 petitions1 (Immigrant Petition for Alien
Published: Jun 4, 2008
Agriprocessors report: "Agriprocessors is the largest kosher meat producer in the country with two plants in the Midwest."
EXTENSION OF OPTIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR QUALIFIED STUDENTS
Published: May 28, 2008
Cap Gap" Q&A #2 "EXTENSION OF OPTIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR QUALIFIED STUDENTS; Rule Expands ‘Cap-Gap’ Relief for Students with Pending H-1B Petitions; a supplemental group of questions and answers that will provide essential guidance and more specific details on the program."
International Travel and the U.S. Constitution
Published: May 27, 2008
"This Article makes the case for the fundamental right of U.S. citizens to leave their country and return home again. Surprisingly, Americans do not enjoy such a right. Under current Supreme Court precedents, the right to travel abroad is merely an aspect of liberty that may be restricted within the bounds of due process. "
Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 6
Published: May 23, 2008
Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 6 (May 22, 2008) "This issue of AILF's Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter covers a suit challenging the transfer of detainees following the ICE raid in Iowa, a suit seeking to recover fees paid by TPS registrants, the settlement agreement in a natz delay/SSI restoration class action, a Supreme
Natz Delay Litigation
Published: May 22, 2008
"CIS’s delays in adjudicating naturalization applications are forcing applicants to seek judicial remedies. Section 336(b) of the INA provides for judicial review for a stalled naturalization petition if the application is pending for more than 120 days after the date on which the examination is conducted. Many litigants seek relief under the mandamus
Litigation Relating to ICE Raids
Published: May 21, 2008
"Since late 2006, ICE has raided a number of companies and arrested and removed hundreds of noncitizens from the United States. This Litigation Clearinghouse Issue Page provides information about the federal court litigation related to the raids."