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  • drirshad
    03-13 04:31 PM
    03/13/2009: Senate Bill, S. 577 to Punish Immigration Sharks Defrauding and Victimizing Immigrants and Related Parties

    Senate Dianne Feinstine from California, cosponsored by Senator Ted Kennedy, introduced this bill in the Senate yesterday. The full text of the bill is as follows:
    SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
    This Act may be cited as the ``Immigration Fraud Prevention Act of 2009''.
    SEC. 2. SCHEMES TO DEFRAUD ALIENS.
    (a) Amendments to Title 18.--
    (1) IN GENERAL.--Chapter 47 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:``�1041. Schemes to defraud aliens
    ``(a) In General.--Any person who willfully and knowingly executes a scheme or artifice, in connection with any matter that is authorized by or arises under Federal immigration laws or any matter the offender willfully and knowingly claims or represents is authorized by or arises under Federal immigration laws, to--
    ``(1) defraud any person; or
    ``(2) obtain or receive money or anything else of value from any person by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, promises, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.
    Here is the background for this bill: The Immigration Fraud Prevention Act would prevent and punish fraud and misrepresentation in the context of immigration proceedings. The act would create a new Federal crime to penalize those who engage in schemes to defraud aliens in connection with Federal immigration laws. Specifically, the act would make it a Federal crime to wilfully and knowingly defraud or obtain or receive money or anything else of value from any person by false or fraudulent pretences, representations, or promises; and to wilfully, knowingly, and falsely represent that an individual is an attorney or accredited representative in any matter arising under Federal immigration law. Violations of these crimes would result in a fine, imprisonment of not more than 5 years, or both. The bill would also authorize the Attorney General and the Secretary of Homeland Security to use task forces currently in existence to detect and investigate individuals who are in violation of the immigration fraud crimes as created by the bill. The act would also work to prevent immigration fraud by requiring that Immigration Judges issue warnings about unauthorized practice of immigration law to immigrants in removal proceedings, similar to the current law that requires notification of pro bono legal services to these immigrants; requiring the Attorney General to provide outreach to the immigrant community to help prevent fraud; providing that any materials used to carry out notification on immigration law fraud is done in the appropriate language for that community; and requiring the distribution of the disciplinary list of individuals not authorized to appear before the immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals, BIA, currently maintained by the Executive Office of Immigration Review, EOIR. Unfortunately, the need for Federal action to prevent and prosecute immigration fraud has escalated in recent years as citizens and non-citizens attempt to navigate the immigration legal system. Thus far, only States have sought to regulate the unauthorized practice of immigration law. Since immigration law is a federal matter, I believe the solution to such misrepresentation and fraud should be addressed by Congress. By enacting this bill, Congress would help prevent more victims like Vincent Smith, a Mexican national who has resided in California since 1975. His wife is an American citizen, and they live with their 6 U.S. citizen children in Palmdale, CA. Mr. Smith would likely have received a green card at least two different times during his stay in California. However, in attempting to get legal counsel, Mr. Smith hired someone whom he thought was an attorney, but was not. As a result, Mr. Smith was charged more than $10,000 for processing his immigration paperwork, which was never filed. Mr. Smith now has no legal status and faces removal proceedings. Another victim of immigration fraud is Raul, a Mexican national, who came to the United States in 2000. He also married a U.S. citizen, Loraina, making him eligible to apply for a green card. Raul and his wife went to Jose for legal help. Jose's business card said he had a ``law office'' and that he was an ``immigration specialist.'' But Jose was not a specialist and charged Raul $4,000 to file a frivolous asylum petition. While Raul thought he was going to receive a green card, he was instead placed into removal proceedings. From California to New York, there are hundreds of stories like these. Many immigrants are preyed on because of their fears--others on their hope of realizing the American dream. They are charged exorbitant fees for the filing of frivolous paperwork that clog our immigration courts and keep families and businesses waiting in limbo for years. Law enforcement officials say that many fraudulent ``immigration specialists'' close their businesses or move on to another part of the state or country before they can be held accountable. They can make $100,000 to $200,000 a year and the few who have been caught rarely serve more than a few months in jail. Often victims of such crimes are deported, sending them back to their home countries without accountability for the perpetrator of the fraud. Most recently, hundreds of immigrants were exploited by Victor M. Espinal, who was arrested for allegedly posing as an immigration attorney. Nearly 125 of Mr. Espinal's clients attended the New York City Bar Association's free clinic to address their legal and immigration options. According to prosecutors, Mr. Espinal falsely claimed on his business cards that he was licensed and admitted to the California bar as well as the bar in the Dominican Republic. Organizations such as the Los Angeles Country Bar Association, National Immigration Forum, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and American Bar Association have been documenting this exploitation for many years.





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  • WaldenPond
    02-05 12:36 AM
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    07-13 10:57 AM
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  • wizpal
    02-08 01:49 PM
    From Dallas metroplex area

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  • immi_enthu
    08-18 01:52 PM
    Need help ....

    Today I receive an email from USCIS about my PERM EB2 I-140 PP application that they have have made a decision on my case. Here what it says

    "On August 17, 2007, we mailed you a decision on your I140, IMMIGRANT PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKER. Please follow the instructions on the notice. If you move before you receive the notice, please contact customer service."

    What does it mean? They approved my case or denied it? Any idea from gurus here. Please respond.


    sorry to break the bad news to you,but this usually means a denial. My I 140 was approved recently, the online status cleared said it's approved. I read many posts on this forum who had the same online status as yours and their I 140's were denied.





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  • MDix
    01-06 10:29 AM
    Please be advised that the above date ranges are only estimates which are subject to fluctuations in demand during the coming months.

    Unless, USCIS advise them on the low demand from ROW. Until then DOS is not going to do any spill-over other than FB left-over from last year( 10K).



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  • indiablues
    12-26 09:25 AM
    Hi,

    I stumbled across this thread and this seems to be a great initiative that is managed professionally.

    I browsed though the IV website and forums and have few questions regarding who IV is representing among the employment based immigrants:

    1. I've a 3 yrs baccalaureate degree from India and have filed GC in EB3 category. How do IV initiatives helps me?

    2. My friend have 4yr engineering degree from India and have filed GC in EB3 category. How do IV initiatives helps him?

    3. My boss has Masters Degree from India and has 10 yr of experience. He filed his GC in EB2 category. Is IV for him?

    4. One of my colleagues has just graduated from an US university and he filed his GC this year in EB3 category. Is IV for him?

    5. My other colleague has completed his MS from an US university and he filed his GC in EB2 category. IS IV for him?

    I would appreciate if someone can answer the above questions.

    Thanks,
    IB





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    11-20 08:57 PM
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  • samcam
    05-19 11:28 AM
    Senate discussing High skilled immigration... log on to the live commentary thread to know more...





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  • hopelessGC
    04-28 11:45 AM
    The thing is it is kind of strange that they are working on Sundays to reopen cases.
    I hope things work out for good for everyone.

    In my wife's case it is just a soft LUD. She is not even using that H1-B anymore.



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  • FOR_LIBERTY
    11-13 10:59 AM
    Folks,

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  • vxg
    10-31 03:33 PM
    Query on Advance Parol. Send Clear Copies of Passports and I 94 Cards.
    Question? Does I need to send all I 94 Cards of each H1B and all copies of passports with all pages.

    I appreciate your suggestions..

    I had the same query for my wife. I sent color copies of passport front and back, latest visa, I-94, DL and EAD all in color. Keep me posted how long it took for you to get approval after you sent the docs.



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  • anilsal
    12-20 03:21 PM
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  • lazycis
    01-04 02:15 PM
    http://www.uscis.gov/propub/ProPubVAP.jsp?dockey=71d9903772614512bc3881aaefb1d 8d8

    10.11 Order of Processing.

    (a) Routine and Expedited Cases . Generally, applications and petitions should be processed in the order in which they are received. Exceptions can, and should, be made for a number of different reasons, and sometimes those reasons may appear to conflict with one another.



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  • gcnirvana
    01-29 12:42 PM
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  • black_logs
    05-02 12:25 PM
    http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2006-05-01-immigration-asians_x.htm

    NEWS

    Asians are becoming more vocal in the debate

    Wendy Koch

    875 words

    2 May 2006

    USA Today

    FINAL

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    � 2006 USA Today. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All Rights Reserved.

    In New York City's Chinatown, Asian immigrants held hands and formed a "human chain" at 12:16 p.m. Monday to highlight the day, Dec. 16, when the House of Representatives voted for a bill that would make illegal immigrants felons.

    In Philadelphia, Korean activists held a forum on immigration. In Los Angeles, they encouraged employers to let workers take the day off to join a march down Wilshire Boulevard.

    Latinos have been the face of recent immigration rallies, but Asians and Asian-Americans are increasingly joining the protests or taking their own approach. They are speaking out on issues such as reducing the wait times for visas for family members or green cards for skilled workers.

    "This is a turning point for them. More Asians are joining into this larger civil rights movement," says Pueng Vongs, an editor at New America Media, a consortium of ethnic news media.

    "Our community has been fairly slow to mobilize, but we are definitely working together now," says Daniel Huang, policy advocate for the Asian Pacific American Legal Center. He says Spanish radio stations helped Latinos organize quickly for rallies, but varying languages mean it's harder to reach Asians that way.

    People of Asian ancestry were 13% of the 11.1 million undocumented population in a 2005 Census survey, says Jeffrey Passel, senior research associate at the Pew Hispanic Center. Four countries -- China, India, the Philippines and South Korea -- accounted for most of them.

    Korean-Americans have been among the most vocal Asians in the immigration debate, Huang says.

    "We have a particularly large undocumented population," says Eun Sook Lee, director of the National Korean-American Service and Education Consortium. She says 18% of the Korean population in the USA is undocumented.

    Vongs says Korean-American businesspeople, who hire substantial numbers of Latinos, are concerned about penalties they could face as employers.

    The Korean Apparel Manufacturers Association in Los Angeles sent a memo to its 1,000 members urging them to allow workers to take Monday off.

    "We don't want this to be a racial issue," says Mike Lee, the group's president, noting that many of the employers are Korean- American but the workers are Latino. Lee, a former U.S. Army officer who owns an apparel factory, joined a march Monday, as did all his Latino workers. Only a handful of his Asian workers took the day off.

    The Chinese community has been less active until recent weeks, Huang says, noting their large turnout at rallies April 10.

    "Chinese are sort of a quiet, conservative community," says Cat Chao, host of the radio call-in show Rush Hour on Chinese-language station KAZN in Los Angeles. She says that when Latinos organized the initial protests, many of her callers admired their activism. Now, she says, many say the activists have gone too far and call Monday's boycott too "aggressive."

    Aman Kapoor, a software programmer from India at Florida State University, didn't join the boycott. His venue: the Web. Four months ago, he posted a message about his years-long, ongoing wait for a green card, which documents an immigrant's permanent legal residence in the USA. He says 3,400 workers like him, who have H-1B visas to take "highly skilled" jobs employers couldn't otherwise fill, formed Immigration Voice. Most come from India or China.

    "We don't know the system here," Kapoor says, explaining why the group hired the lobbying firm Quinn Gillespie & Associates. The firm is helping the group urge senators to expedite the green-card process and change rules so some applicants enduring a long wait could change jobs.

    More than other immigrants, Asians tend to be well-educated, professionally employed and in the USA legally, Passel says. About 10% of the Asian and Pacific-Islander population in the USA is undocumented, compared with 19% of the Latino population, he says.

    The difference in legal status helps explain why the Asian community is less concerned than Latinos about legalization, says Karin Wang, an attorney for the Asian Pacific American Legal Center.

    In a March poll of 800 legal immigrants by New America Media, 39% of Asian-Americans favored deporting all illegal immigrants; 9% of Latinos supported the idea. Forty-seven percent of Asian-Americans favored erecting a wall along sections of the U.S.-Mexican border; 7% of Latinos did.

    Vongs says Asian immigrants are more concerned about human trafficking, the smuggling of people into the country for forced labor, sexual exploitation or other illicit purposes. "The highest number of people trafficked are Asian," she says. "It's primarily for the sex trade."

    Civil liberties is another issue, Huang says. He says the House bill would make some misdemeanors, including drunken driving, a reason to deport someone. That could leave some people in U.S. prisons indefinitely because some Asian countries -- Vietnam, Laos and China -- permit few deportees to return.

    Reuniting families is another concern of Asian-Americans. Huang says children or spouses of U.S. citizens wait one to two years for a visa to the USA, but parents, siblings and other relatives wait five to 12 years.



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  • ping1
    07-17 05:48 PM
    Dear Lofgren,

    Thank you very much for your effort.





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  • Berkeleybee
    03-22 04:36 PM
    We have prepared a new document for public release analyzing this problem.

    You can find it here (http://www.immigrationvoice.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=70&Itemid=36) and at least for now directly on our home page.

    It appears that the community of affected parties does not realize this yet -- please circulate this memo widely -- send it to your own lawyer too.





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  • bindas74
    02-05 10:49 PM
    You will have to pay again and again and again.
    But you have a chance to get 2 year EAD. Thanks to IV for the effort.

    Hi needhelp!,

    How is that someone who applies in August 07 with a fee of $340 doesnt have to pay for their renewal while I have to pay even though I had applied in 2008 and with the same fee of $340??
    It really beats me...well I guess that's USCIS::(((

    Can you please point me to any documentation on this?

    Thanks





    bobby
    05-17 07:33 PM
    Contact the USCIS Ombudsman's office directly. http://www.dhs.gov/ximgtn/programs/editorial_0497.shtm
    If you search online you should be able to find the telephone number for the main switchboard at DHS in Washington and then ask for the ombudsmna's office. You will probably need to submit your problem in writing with supporting documentation. Weve had a problem where USCIS made an error and have been dealing with the ombudsman's office for over a year. Patience is needed and followup on a regular basis. Eventually the problem will be escalated to senir USCIS staff in Washington for resolution. Be tenacious!





    USDream2Dust
    09-24 10:13 AM
    but we received an RFE Yday forwarded from my old address which I moved out 1 year ago and filed AR11.

    also the RFE stated that there is no G28 representation on our case and worst thing was online status is still pending.

    We had lost 13 valuable days because of address they used in RFE.

    Good Luck.!!



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