Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 13100904 | Dated September 1, 2013
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In This Issue:
"Reflecting on DACA, One Year Later"
Following the one-year anniversary of DACA, professors, analysts, and a DACA recipient convened at the Center for American Progress to examine the initiative's successes and challenges.
"Restricting Movement of Aboriginal Canadian Tribes"
Learn how the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative conflicts with an 18th-century treaty guaranteeing Native Canadians land and water passage to the United States.
"Plugging into International Talent"
Consider pursuing the National Interest Waiver as an alternative to the PERM process!
"The International Student Minefield"
Many attorneys fail to understand the complexities of F-1, J-1, or M-1 status. Learn some valuable tips from a former Designated School Official that could save students thousands of dollars and help attorneys avoid a brush with disciplinary action.
Other Highlights Include:
"An Immigration Lawyer's Search for Computer 'Headware'"
"End of the Line: Case Closure and File Retention"
"E-Verify Auditing: What to Audit, How Often, and By Whom?"
"Love in the Time of Deportation"
"$500 for Freedom, Worth Every Penny"
Behind the Case
"CA6: 'The Statute Speaks for Itself'"
Pass the Mic
"Don't Take It Home with You: Less Stress = More Sleep"
"Attracting Foreign Talent and Investment to Spain"
"Travel issues for J-1 Physicians with Conrad Waivers"
"Margaret Stock and the 4-1-1 on AILA Members"
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 13100904.