Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 12011871 | Dated January 1, 2012
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In This Issue:
"Tips for Presenting an Extraordinary EB-1 Petition to Avoid an RFE"
In the EB-1 adjudication process, the December 2010 Kazarian memo rules, at least for the moment, so practitioners need to adhere to that guidance.
"The Immigration Lawyer and the Mental Health Expert: the Making of a Great Partnership"
The Sisyphean task of advocating for a waiver of inadmissibility has a greater likelihood of success when an immigration practitioner partners with a mental health expert who can offer a clinical observation and diagnosis of the client.
Other Highlights Include:
"'Harboring' May Be Easier Than You Think"
"Write Actively Most of the Time-But Not Always"
"Recent Developments Could Spur Economic Growth, Job Creation"
"How to Market Oneself in Changing Times"
"Child Weeping, Wandering, and Worried"
"Ten Start-Up Guides to Home Yoga"
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 12011871.