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Immigration Law Today July/Aug 2008

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 08092671 (posted Sep. 26, 2008)"

Departments

President's Page
Believing in What We Do: Our Role as Immigration Lawyers

New Members Division
Consular Processing of H-1B Visas for Small Information Technology Consulting Firms

Back to Basics
Business Without Borders: Obtaining E-1 and E-2 Status for Foreign Investors

Practice Pointer
Preparing a Successful Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Application at the U.S. Embassy in London

Reader's Corner
The Price of Freedom: Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings

Winning Strategies
Overcoming Visa Revalidation Problems

Status Checks

Also:
Consular Profile: Meet Jan Pederson
Immigration Reform: Work to Be Done
Chavez World: by Nick Chavez
Pro Bono Profile: Meet Julie Sparks
Brown Around Town: by Jan Brown
Advertisers Index


Features

On the Record with Stephen Pattison: From Consul to Counsel
by Richard J. Link

The Attorney and the Consul: Fostering Good Relationships when Representing Visa Applicants
by Liam Schwartz, Anastasia Tonello, and Avi Friedman

Obtaining Nonimmigrant U.S. Visas in China: How to Make a Good First Impression
by Jared Leung
Notable Quotes:
A nation of immigrants is holding another nation of immigrants in bondage, exploiting its labor while ignoring its suffering, condemning its lawlessness while sealing off a path to living lawfully. The evidence is all around that something pragmatic and welcoming at the American core has been eclipsed, or is slipping away. -The New York Times Op-Ed, "The Great Immigration Panic," June 3, 2008.
 
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