Monthly Archives: March 2010

Immigration Authorities Play Hardball; Possible Removal for Terror Attack Widow and Criminal Convictions for CBP Officer and Immigration Attorney

The conventional wisdom is that a Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill has no chance of passage unless Congress and the public are convinced that the Obama administration is serious about going after immigration violators. Perhaps that’s why the widow of a rabbi murdered in the Mumbai terrorist attacks finds herself subject to travel restrictions and possible removal after overusing her visitor’s visa by regularly … more

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AILA Responds to USCIS Neufeld Memo on H-1B “Employer-Employee” Relationship

On March 19, 2010, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) submitted a memo to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) leadership addressing issues raised by the January 8, 2010 policy memorandum titled “Determining Employer-Employee Relationship for Adjudication of H-1B Petitions, Including Third-Party Site Placements,” commonly known as the Neufeld H-1B Memo. AILA’s response raises some very interesting points that seem to … more

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