Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 14032609 | Dated March 26, 2014
VOICE: April 2014 Now Available!
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In This Issue
“Start-Up Companies Still Fighting for H-1Bs”
Despite U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' announcement two years ago to improve visa options for entrepreneurs and start-ups, obstacles still impede H-1B approval. With H-1B season in full swing, read AILA Member Ekaterina Powell's tips on preparing strong petitions for start-ups.
AILA Member Juan Rocha shares the story of one of his impoverished clients, who was deported to Mexico, a country he hadn't been to since first leaving it as a baby. This heartbreaking but all-too-familiar story underscores the need for the right to court-appointed counsel for indigent immigrants in removal proceedings.
Other Highlights Include:
“For Newbies: How to Hit the Ground Running”
The I-9 Blog
“How Bad Can It Get? Penalties for Noncompliance”
On the Docket
"Pre-Suit Letters? An Alternative Option"
“Tax Resident or Tax Nonresident? Know Before April 15”
All in the Family
“A Match Made in London”
"Making a Difference: Walking the Halls of Congress with AILA"
“Falling Back Instead of Springing Forward?”
“Ship, Track, and Save on H-1B Packages with FedEx”
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14032609.