Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 12111444 (posted Nov. 14, 2012)"
VOICE: November/December 2012 Now Available!
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In This Issue:
"Syria Under Fire"
Due to a violent revolution, USCIS has announced that Syria would be added to the small list of countries designated for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which potentially affects thousands of Syrians living in the United States.
"Immigration Law and the Virtual Workplace"
The virtual office creates a new set of problems for the immigration practitioner.
"Your Client Has a Foreign Conviction. Now What?"
Practitioners must carefully assess each foreign statute giving rise to a conviction to determine whether it presents a crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) under U.S law.
Other Highlights Include:
"Counseling for Domestic Violence Clients"
Riding the Circuits (NEW!)
"CA9 Upholds Law, Limits Chevron Deference for 'Aging-Out' Children"
"The Enforcement Focus on Visa Fraud"
Pass the Mic
"In Support of Military Spouses"
"Foreign Affairs Manual: It's for More Than Consular Processing"