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  • 26 Documents for Asylum Officer Training Removed from USCIS Website

    Web Integrity Project, May 29, 2018 - "Between March and April 2017, a series of 26 documents pertaining to training asylum officers were removed from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website. The materials were prepared for...
  • TRAC Announces Free Detainer Web App plus Report on Latest ICE Detainer Outcomes

    TRAC, Aug. 12, 2016 - " A free new web app on ICE detainers that provides users very extensive information about every ICE I-247 form sent to individual state and local enforcement agencies during FY 2003 to FY 2016 has been developed and posted...
  • USCIS Launches Web-Based I-90

    " On Nov.12, USCIS will make Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card , temporarily available in the USCIS Electronic Immigration System (USCIS ELIS) . We will use a two-stage approach in launching the I-90 capability. The first...
  • BALCA on PERM Web Ads: Matter of VLS IT Consulting

    Matter of VLS IT Consulting, Inc., Apr. 26, 2016 - "In this case, the Employer’s website advertisement failed to specify the job’s location. When reviewing a similar advertisement, a previous panel determined that, “[a]lthough a...
  • AmEmb India Announces a New Visa Processing System

    "The United States Embassy in India today announced it is implementing a new visa processing system throughout India that will further standardize procedures and will simplify fee payment and appointment scheduling through a new website at www.ustraveldocs...
  • Paul Wickham Schmidt Takes to the Web! - www.immigrationcourtside.com

    immigrationcourtside.com Musings on Events in U.S. Immigration Court, Immigration Law, Sports, and Other Random Topics by Retired United States Immigration Judge (Arlington, Virginia) and former Chairman of the Board of Immigration Appeals Paul Wickham...
  • Website To Pay $950,000 For Posting Beatles Hits

    LOS ANGELES - (AP) A website that sold Beatles songs online for 25 cents apiece before they became legally available has agreed to pay record companies nearly $1 million to settle a federal lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Josephine Staton Tucker signed off...