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Immigration Law Today-Nov/Dec 2008

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Departments

President's Page
Let Us Be the Voice for Family Unification Through Immigration

Pro Bono
Alumna Leads UNM's Community Lawyering Clinic Crusade to Represent Detainees

Regulatory Roundup
A New Day for Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors: Perez-Olano's Impact on Their Right to Self-Petition

Reader's Corner
Toasting Education with Three Cups of Tea

Practice Management
Moving On: A Primer for Immigration Lawyers' Retirement

Legal Action
The Ninth Circuit Changes Course Regarding Visa Waivers and Immediate Relative Adjustments

Point of View
How to Talk to Conservatives About Immigration

Status Checks

Also:

Practice Profile: Meet Steven Thal

Chavez World: by Nick Chavez

Pro Bono Profile: Meet Karen Grisez

Brown Around Town: by Jan Brown

Advertisers Index

Features

A Family That Works Together, Stays Together: Visa Categories for Nonimmigrant Working Dependents by Leigh N. Ganchan

'Til Talaq Do Us Part: The Immigration Consequences of Foreign Divorce Proceedings by Synta Keeling

On the Record with John Hoeffner and Michele Pistone: Authors, Scholars, Globe-Trotting Couple by Richard J. Link

Notable Quote:

The answer to immigration is what it was last year: comprehensive reform that extends order and the rule of law to a system that is broken in a million complex ways.
-Editorial, The New York Times, Sept. 18, 2008

Cite as AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 08121165.

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