Immigration Insights (April 2010)


In this issue:

*Arizona Immigration Law Sparks Debate and Reminder to Foreign Nationals Inside and Outside Arizona

*USCIS Still Accepting H-1B Petitions for Fiscal Year 2011

*May 2010 Visa Bulletin - EB-3 India and China Advance Slightly; Mexico EB-3 Unavailable

*Employers are Reminded Not To Specify Which Documents Should Be Presented For I-9 Purposes

*New Measures to Strengthen Aviation Security

*U.S. Supreme Court Rules that the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel Requires That Non-Citizen Defendants Receive Competent Immigration Advice Regarding Deportation Risks of a Guilty Plea

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