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2004 -2002

  • AILA/AILF Comments on Joint Proposed Rule Regarding Execution of Removal Orders (8/19/2004)
    AILA and AILF oppose the DHS/DOJ joint proposed regulations to remove the requirement that acceptance by a country is not required for removal to that country, and that "country" does not require the existence or functionality of a government.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081961.
  • Model Comment on DHS/DOJ Proposed Rule on Countries to Which a Foreign National May be Returned (8/16/2004)
    A group of advocates, including AILA and AILF, compiled draft comments to the DHS/DOJ proposed rule amending regulations regarding countries to which individuals may be removed. Draft comments can be a model for those wishing to submit comments. Comments must be received by DHS/DOJ by 8/18/04.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081663.
  • AILA Comments on EOIR's Proposed Attorney Registration Regulation (3/1/2004)
    AILA points out some potential pitfalls of the regulation proposed by EOIR that would require attorneys and representatives to register, in anticipation of electronic filing. Many thanks to Laura Lichter and Tammy Fox-Isicoff for their fine work on this comment.
    AILA Doc. No. 04030165.
  • AILF and AILA Comments on Proposed St. Cyr Rule (10/9/2002)
    AILF and AILA comment on proposed rule regarding §212(c) relief. Comments can also be used as model comments or organizations can sign on to AILF/AILA comments.
    AILA Doc. No. 02100940.
  • Sign-On Letter Opposing Proposed Regulatory Changes to the BIA (4/5/2002)
    AILA's 3/20/02 sign-on letter where numerous individuals voice their opposition to proposed regulatory changes to the BIA including concerns over measures that make single-Member review the norm and implement a backlog elimination transition period that sacrifices fairness for efficiency.
    AILA Doc. No. 02040531.
  • AILA’s Comments on the Proposed BIA Reform Rule (3/20/2002)
    AILA’s final comments on the Attorney General’s proposal to make structural and procedural changes at the Board of Immigration Appeals, including cutting the number of Board Member positions from 23 to 11.
    AILA Doc. No. 02032031.