"...LS: In the past, you have credited Deborah Anker of Harvard Law School with providing the "inspiring spark" of your calling. What did you find so inspiring about Professor Anker and her immigration law class?
Rev. DeMoss: Towards the end of my 1L year, a friend of mine in my section...
You remember Olsen v. Albright, 990 F.Supp. 31 (D.D.C. 1997) , don't you? No? The case, and the interview , will inspire you.
And, as always, the Feb. 2013 Consular Corner column is packed with useful information.
Liam Schwartz writes: "We are pleased to report that Consular Corner has joined the LexisNexis family, and as of this month is being published by Bender's Immigration Bulletin – Daily Edition (BIBDE), now known as the Immigration Law Community (ILC.) This move would not be possible without...
"As of the date of this writing, the Department of State (DOS) is still crafting its guidance to the field on implementation of United States v. Windsor , the Supreme Court ruling which removed Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as an impediment to the recognition of lawful same-sex...
The September 2013 issue of Liam Schwartz' informative and intriguing Consular Corner has surprises for all of us.
“Weapons are not allowed in the Consular waiting room.” - Notice at U.S. Embassy Baghdad website.
That, and how the FAM treats 'must,' 'should' and 'may,' and more, in Liam Schwartz' Nov. 2013 Consular Corner .
Learn how Mission Brazil turned around NIV processing times...and at what cost. - Liam Schwartz, Jan. 2014 .