Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – September 7th, 2010

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1. Openers

2. ABCs of Immigration Law: K-1 Visa for Fiancé(e)s of U.S. Citizens

3. Ask Visalaw.com

4. Border and Enforcement News

-Napolitano: ‘Now with enough border resources, time to reform’

-Employer audits rise, individual arrests decrease under Obama

-DHS reneges on biometric exit program

-U.S. moving to ease deportation policy

5. News from the Courts

-Federal judge dismisses one of seven AZ lawsuits

-Federal court faceoff on immigration issue

6. News Bytes

-Utah lawmaker rolls out bill on illegal immigration

-India threatens WTO dispute over visa regulations

-U.S. may sue Arizona’s Sheriff Arpaio for not cooperating in investigation

-California city to require e-verify use

-Cherokee Nation opposes AZ SB 1070

-Feds to restrict financial aid to elderly immigrants

7. Washington Watch -Napolitano: ‘Any talk of amending the constitution is just wrong’ -GOP chair withholds support for AZ SB1070

8. Notes from the Visalaw.com Blogs

9. State Department Visa Bulletin: September 2010

10. Commentary: Ten Reasons Amending the Constitution to End Birthright Citizenship Is a Terrible Idea

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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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