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  • Summary of the Significant Changes to the NSEERS Re-Registration Program (12/4/2003)
    Highlights include: re-registration requirements will be determined on a case-by-case basis; notification of re-registration obligations will be made by regular mail or Federal Register notice with 10 days' notice; and POE registration and departure control requirements remain in place.
    AILA Doc. No. 03120442.
  • Pilot Program in Hartford to Detain Respondents after Merits Hearings (Revised 8/25/03) (8/25/2003)
    AILA's Connecticut chapter reports that the Hartford BICE is detaining respondents who do not win at their merits hearings. There have been indications that this is a pilot program that the DHS hopes to expand nationwide.
    AILA Doc. No. 03081444.
  • Update on SEVIS Issues (8/5/2003)
    AILA's Students Committee provides an update on issues related to the implementation of SEVIS, particularly as regards students who do not yet have a SEVIS-issued I-20.
    AILA Doc. No. 03080545.
  • Summary of Student Regulations (4/4/2003)
    The AILA Students Committee has prepared a summary of portions of the "SEVIS Regulation" that affect the substantive rights and obligations of international students, including practical training, grace periods, etc.
    AILA Doc. No. 03040446.
  • No Extension of 12/16 Special Registration Deadline (12/13/2002)
    INS has confirmed to AILA that there will be no extension of the December 16, 2002, despite information being given by some local INS offices to the contrary.
    AILA Doc. No. 02121332.
  • ICE Liaison Minutes (11/12/03) (12/2/2003)
    November 2003 liaison discussions with the Immigration & Customs Enforcement bureau included such topics as ICE structure and initiatives, NSEERS, USVISIT, waiver adjudications, investigations of status violators, and bond determinations. Questions that were not reached during the meeting also are listed.
    AILA Doc. No. 03120243.
  • INS GC Reconfirms: Advance Parolees Not Subject to Call-In Registration (1/24/2003)
    INS General Counsel Bo Cooper has reconfirmed to AILA General Counsel Daryl Buffenstein that persons who last entered the U.S. under an advance parole are not subject to call-in special registration, despite assertions by some INS offices to the contrary.
    AILA Doc. No. 03012442.
  • Arrests of Family-Based Petitioners (12/12/2002)
    AILA has received reports in at least 3 INS districts of petitioners with outstanding wants & warrants being arrested at District Offices or ASCs.
    AILA Doc. No. 02121242.
  • NSEERS "Call-In" Registrants May Be Put In Proceedings (12/3/2002)
    AILA has received a report of a 245(i)-eligible individual being taken into custody and issued an NTA when he appeared at the local immigration office for Special Registration.
    AILA Doc. No. 02120340.
  • INS Conforms Address for Filing AR-11SR to Regular AR-11 Form (11/26/2002)
    INS, which had been issuing AR-11SR address change forms to persons subject to special registration with a submission address different from regular AR-11 forms, has posted an AR-11SR on its website that uses the same address as the regular AR-11 form.
    AILA Doc. No. 02112647.
  • INS Enforcement Liaison Minutes (01/01) (6/19/2001)
    January 2001 liaison discussions with the INS Enforcement Division included such topics as NAFTA adjudications, treatment of persons entering at ports of entry, admission until the expiration date on the petition, and the nature of recent investigations.
    AILA Doc. No. 01061931.
  • INS Enforcement Liaison Minutes (6/27/2000)
    Topics covered in a liaison meeting between AILA and INS Enforcement included prosecutorial discretion, problems with district offices ignoring G-28s, ASC processing for expiring green cards, and NAFTA adjudication issues.
    AILA Doc. No. 00062702.
 
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