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2003 - 2002

  • AILA's Comments on DHS Proposed Regulation on SEVIS Fees (12/29/2003)
    AILA comments on the Dept. of Homeland Security's proposed rule regarding the SEVIS-related fee. Thanks to AILA members Amy Nice, Elizabeth Bedient and the Students Committee for their excellent work.
    AILA Doc. No. 03122915.
  • AILF and AILA's Comments to Interim Rule on 212(h) Waivers (1/27/2003)
    AILF and AILA filed comments to the interim rule on waivers for certain criminal grounds of inadmissibility under INA § 212(h).
    AILA Doc. No. 03012742.
  • AILA Comments on the Health Care Worker Certification Regulations (12/10/2002)
    AILA comments on proposed regulations that would expand upon current interim regulations to implement a process for the certification of foreign health care workers. Thanks to the members of AILA’s Health Care Professionals (Non-Physician) Committee for their excellent work.
    AILA Doc. No. 02121040.
  • AILA’s Comment on the Indochinese Parolee Adjustment Regulations (9/12/2002)
    AILA comments on proposed regulations that would provide for the adjustment of status of certain aliens from Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Thanks to Maureen Masters, on behalf of the U.S. Catholic Conference, and John T. Combs, on behalf of AILA, for their good work.
    AILA Doc. No. 02091273.
  • AILA Comment on Alien Registration Regulations (7/15/2002)
    AILA comments on the proposed INS regulation to require 'certain nonimmigrants' to be fingerprinted and registered upon entry and at intervals throughout their stay, and to depart only through Departure Control.
    AILA Doc. No. 02071543.
  • AILF Comments on Surrender Regulation(210 KB - 6/10/2002)
    The American Immigration Law Foundation provides comments in opposition to a regulation requiring individuals who are ordered removed to surrender to the INS for removal.
    AILA Doc. No. 02061041.
  • AILA’s Comments to the Proposed B Visa Regulations (5/14/2002)
    AILA’s comments to the proposed rule that would, among other things, limit the admission period for B nonimmigrants and place restrictions on their eligibility for extensions of stay.
    AILA Doc. No. 02051431.
 
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