Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – February 9th, 2010


In this issue:

1. Openers

2. The ABC's Of Immigration, Compliance Series: Immigration Consequences of Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Corporate Changes

3. Ask

4. Border and Enforcement News

-Arizona Desert a Major Avenue for Smuggled Chinese

5. News from the Courts

-Federal court in Chicago will see biggest impact in deportation appeals

-Immigration judge misconduct gives asylee another day in court

6. News Bytes

-U.S. vows to repatriate quake evacuees

-CA governor floats idea to jail illegal prisoners in Mexico

-German Homeschoolers Granted Political Asylum

-IL county board demonstrates support for amnesty

-Nationwide sweep rounds up ‘gangsters’

7. Washington Watch

-Secretary Napolitano Designates 11 New Countries as Eligible for H-2a and H-2b Nonimmigrant Visa Programs

-Government clears 200 Haitian children for humanitarian visas

-White House to discuss immigration with Cuba

8. Notes from the Blogs

9. State Department Visa Bulletin: February 2010

Please see full bulletin below for more information.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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