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1998 - 1994

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  • AILA Press Release on INS Interior Enforcement (10/16/1998)
    AILA press release stating that enforcement shifts from work site raids to a new interior enforcement strategy is a step in the right direction.
    AILA Doc. No. 98101658.
  • AILA Press Release on H-1B Measure As Part of Omnibus Appropriations Bill (10/16/1998)
    AILA press release on expected passage of H-1B measures as part of the Omnibus appropriations bill, stating that additional high-tech visas will fuel economic growth and create American jobs.
    AILA Doc. No. 98101657.
  • AILA Press Release Stating that Hasty INS Overhaul Would Spell Chaos (10/9/1998)
    AILA press release on Congressional attempts to hastily reorganize the structure of the INS, warning that it will spell chaos for the nation's immigration system.
    AILA Doc. No. 98100958.
  • AILA Press Release on Passage of H-1B Bill (9/29/1998)
    AILA press release on the passage of the House H-1B legislation, H.R. 3736, stating that the passage of the bipartisan measure will ease high-tech skill shortage and ensure the nation's global competitiveness.
    AILA Doc. No. 98092959.
  • AILF Press Release on AILA v. Reno (8/28/1998)
    AILF press release on the case, AILA v. Reno, et al, which challenged INS's implementation of expedited removal legislation in IIRIRA.
    AILA Doc. No. 98082859.
  • AILA Statement that the Naturalization Process Needs to Serve Eligible People (6/25/1998)
    AILA press release on the naturalization process and proposed changes, stating that the naturalization process needs to serve eligible people and that the interminable delays and increased backlogs must be reduced.
    AILA Doc. No. 98062555.
  • AILA Press Release on IIRAIRA Reform (6/4/1998)
    AILA press release on IIRAIRA reform and potential changes to expedited removal, judicial review, bars to admissibility, aggravated felonies, 212(c) relief, and suspension of deportation.
    AILA Doc. No. 98060458.
  • AILA Press Release on H.R. 3736 (4/30/1998)
    AILA press release on Representative Smith's proposed H-1B bill (H.R. 3736), stating that the new House bill will endanger U.S. global competitiveness and that temporary foreign professionals offer vital skills in technology and marketing.
    AILA Doc. No. 98043056.
  • Senate Judiciary Committee Votes to Give U.S. Businesses Flexibility, Competitive Edge (4/2/1998)
    AILA press release on pending H-1B legislation, encouraged the Senate to vote quickly on the legislation, and urged the House to introduce and swiftly adopt a companion measure.
    AILA Doc. No. 98040255.
  • High-Tech Hiring May Soon Hit a Brick Wall Without Legislation (4/21/1998)
    AILA press release warning that high-tech hiring may soon hit a brick wall without legislation to fight skill shortage and if Congress does not lift the cap on the number of temporary foreign professionals (H-1Bs) that can work in the U.S.
    AILA Doc. No. 98042155.
  • Congress Proposes to Lift Cap on U.S. Business Potential (3/6/1998)
    AILA press release on the introduction of a bill that would give American companies the flexibility they need to complete with businesses all over the world.
    AILA Doc. No. 98030659.
  • INS Working to Strip Away Citizenship New Suit Charges (3/6/1998)
    AILA press release on a class action lawsuit filed to stop the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) from stripping newly-acquired citizenship from ten citizens.
    AILA Doc. No. 98030658.
  • Proposed Legislation Will Restore Fairness to the Naturalization Process (3/6/1998)
    AILA press release stating that legislation introduced by Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt (D-MO) will give the naturalization process support and resources consistent with the awesome importance of its mission – to grant the honor of citizenship to the U.S.
    AILA Doc. No. 98030657.
  • AILA Press Release on Class Action Lawsuit of Denaturalizations (3/5/1998)
    AILA press release on ten naturalized citizens who filed a class action law suit to stop the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) from stripping them of their newly-acquired citizenship without a hearing or even a plausible reason to deny citizenship.
    AILA Doc. No. 98030559.
  • AILA on Urging Congress to Raise the H1-B Cap (2/25/1998)
    AILA press release on the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on 2/25/98 with top U.S. companies testifying on the need for international professionals to help ensure that American business remains number one in the world.
    AILA Doc. No. 98022559.
  • New Report Proves Naturalization Process is Sound (2/10/1998)
    AILA press release on two separate reports released by accounting firms KPMG Peat Marwick and Coopers & Lybrand on INS's naturalization procedures, which document past problems due to prior procedures and propose new systems that promise both integrity and timeliness.
    AILA Doc. No. 98021059.
  • AILA on Audit of New Naturalization Process (12/18/1997)
    AILA press release on the results of the independent audit of INS' naturalization procedures by KPMG Peat Marwick.
    AILA Doc. No. 97121856.
  • AILA Press Release on INS/KPMG Naturalization Report (12/16/1997)
    AILA press release on the KPMG Peat Marwick report on the INS' naturalization procedures, stating that the report showed less than one percent of naturalized citizens were naturalized improperly and proves that Congressional rhetoric on criminals becoming citizens has little factual basis.
    AILA Doc. No. 97121657.
  • AILA on Need for Clarification on Congressional Vote to End Section 245(i) (11/25/1997)
    AILA press release on the fate of section 245(i) after a Congressional vote that virtually ended 245(i) while allowing people on the brink of becoming permanent residents to adjust their status in the U.S., which resulted in widespread confusion and misinformation.
    AILA Doc. No. 97112558.
  • AILA on Partial Extension of 245(i) Provisions (11/14/1997)
    AILA press release on how Republicans in Congress are sending mixed messages on immigration by partially extending section 245(i) provisions instead of a permanent extension.
    AILA Doc. No. 97111459.
  • AILA Press Release on New Asylum Regs (12/2/1994)
    AILA press release on asylum regulations released on 12/2/94, stating that its a step forward but will hurt some refugees.
    AILA Doc. No. 94120258.
 
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