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U Nonimmigrant Status Fact Sheet
Published: Sep 7, 2007
An alien victim of criminal activity may file for U Nonimmigrant Status – status set aside for victims of crimes who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse because of the activity and who also are willing to assist law enforcement agencies or government officials in the investigation of that activity. In order to file for that status, the alien
Immigration and the Elderly: Foreign-Born Workers in Long-Term Care
Published: Aug 30, 2007
"Aging populations and the growing need to provide long-term care to the elderly are among the leading demographic, political, and social challenges facing industrialized countries like the United States. By 2030, the number of older people in the United States is likely to reach 72 million—or nearly one out of every five people.
The aging of
Analyses & Summaries of Immigration Legislation
Published: Jun 26, 2007
Summary of Key New Worker Provisions in S. 1639 (6/21/2007)
AILA’s summary of the new worker (Y visa) program proposed in the Secure Borders, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Reform Act of 2007 (S. 1639). AILA Doc. No. 07062168.
Summary of Key Business Immigration Provisions in S. 1639 (6/21/2007)
AILA’s summary of key provisions affecting business
USCIS Citizen's Almanac
Published: Apr 20, 2007
The Citizen's Almanac, a publication specifically developed for new citizens. The Almanac
is a collection of America's most cherished symbols of freedom and
liberty, linking our newest citizens with America's rich civic history.
Click here to view the new Citizen's Almanac
Comprehensive Immigration Reform Resource Guide
Published: Feb 28, 2007
The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has developed a Resource Guide "to foster a greater
understanding of the interlocking architectural components necessary to
support a realistic and comprehensive overhaul of our immigration
system." Click Here to view an electronic version of the Guide.
Additional contacts and resources are
AILA Issue Papers
Published: Jun 21, 2006
The American Immigration Lawyer's Association (AILA) has put together a serires of issue papers that highlight the organization's stance on various problems involving the United States immigration law. The papers are general backgrounders that include AILA’s positions. AILA prepared the backgrounder on legal immigration for elected officials