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Utah Seeks Reform To Avoid "Going Down The Road of S.B. 1070"

Utah officials and community leaders reacted swiftly and with revulsion to the announcement this week that confidential state records had been breached to compile a list of more than 1,300 supposedly undocumented people living in Utah, including pregnant women and children. At a press conference this afternoon, State Attorney General Mark L. Shurtleff condemned the  Read more→

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Utah Seeks Reform To Avoid “Going Down The Road of S.B. 1070”

Utah officials and community leaders reacted swiftly and with revulsion to the announcement this week that confidential state records had been breached to compile a list of more than 1,300 supposedly undocumented people living in Utah, including pregnant women and children. At a press conference this afternoon, State Attorney General Mark L. Shurtleff condemned the  Read more→

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USCIS Warns Haitian HRIFA Children Nearing 21 To File Adjustment

The United States Citizen and Immigration Services(USCIS) has updated the following section of the website: Green Card for a Haitian Refugee, which relates to the Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA). USCIS reminds HRIFA dependent children approaching their 21st birthday to file their Application for Adjustment of Status, Form I-485, as soon as possible and  Read more→

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Utah “List” Surfaces as The Slippery Slope Gains Momentaum

In Utah a list has been anonymously mailed to federal and state agencies, legislators and news media containing the names and detailed personal information about 1,300 people, all with Spanish surnames. It claims the persons named are illegal immigrants and says they should be deported. Next to the names are purported home addresses, phone numbers,  Read more→

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Utah "List" Surfaces as The Slippery Slope Gains Momentaum

In Utah a list has been anonymously mailed to federal and state agencies, legislators and news media containing the names and detailed personal information about 1,300 people, all with Spanish surnames. It claims the persons named are illegal immigrants and says they should be deported. Next to the names are purported home addresses, phone numbers,  Read more→

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Recession Era Surplus of Nurses Is Temporary

USA Today reports that an advisory published by the National Student Nurses’ Association "warns that the market is ‘flooded’ with experienced RNs who have come out of retirement, delayed retirement or gone from part-time to full-time employment because of the recession". Juxtaposed with the fact that "a national nursing shortage looms" Allen and Pinnix attorneys  Read more→

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Visa Bulletin for July: Waits Increase for Most Employment-Based Applicants

The U.S. Department of State’s (DOS) Visa Bulletin for July 2010 makes clear that employment-based immigrant visa applicants will have to wait longer and longer. Across all categories with backlogs, there’s been very little movement over the last several months and no movement for unskilled "other workers." DOS also cautions that a cut-off date for  Read more→

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