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2002

Includes AILA's and other organizations.

  • Letter to President Bush Urges Changes in Recent Administration Policies (10/29/2002)
    A letter sent to President Bush on October 29, by more than 175 national and local immigration organizations, urges the President to change his Administration's policies in several important areas.
    AILA Doc. No. 02102940.
  • 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.
  • Sign-On Letter to the Attorney General Regarding BIA Reform (2/13/2002)
    A February 11, 2002, letter to Attorney General Ashcroft, signed by 53 national and local organizations, expressing concerns about the proposed regulatory changes to the Board of Immigration Appeals that were announced on February 6.
    AILA Doc. No. 02021359.
  • Immigration Advocates Thank Representative Sensenbrenner for Support on Due Process Bill (7/22/2002)
    Immigration Advocacy groups have sent a letter to Representative James Sensenbrenner expressing our appreciation for his work in support of H.R. 1452, the Family Reunification Act of 2002. If passed, this legislation would be an important first step toward restoring some measure of fairness to our immigration laws.
    AILA Doc. No. 02072271.
  • Sign-On Letter Opposing Proposed Regulatory Changes to the BIA(14 KB - 3/20/2002)
    AILA's March 20 sign-on letter in which numerous individuals voice their opposition to the Administration's proposed regulatory changes to the Board of Immigration Appeals.
    AILA Doc. No. 02032059.
 
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