Missouri Bar Immigration Law Committee Newsletter
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Dear Immigration Law Committee Members:
Welcome to the third issue of the committee newsletter. Several members volunteered their articles, in response to our call for submissions.
Thank you to our authors for taking time to write, it is greatly appreciated. Articles are provided through links.
Nalini S. Mahadevan
Editor, Missouri Bar Immigration Law Committee Newsletter
This Issue's Articles
- Death of Immigration Petitioner Does Not Kill the Case!
by Jonathan Willmoth
- DOJ's Enforcement of IRCA Non-Discrimination Provisions a New Trend
by Mira Mdivani
- Employers Must Police Their State Agency Job Posting During the PERM Process
by Pat Mack
- Fundamentals of Completing I-9 Forms for Employers (Part 1)
by Nalini Mahadevan
- It's a Jungle Out There: Immigration and Family Law
by Kathleen Harvey
- Life after the Morton Memo: Prosecutorial Discretion and How It Didn't Change Anything
by Angela Williams
- Top Ten Reasons You Should Still Do Your Best in School - Even if You Don't Have "Papers"
by Kathleen Harvey
Opinions and positions stated are those of the authors and not by fact of publication necessarily those of The Missouri Bar. The material within this publication is presented as information to be used by attorneys, in conjunction with other research deemed necessary, in the exercise of their independent judgment. Original and fully current sources of authority should be researched.
You are cordially invited to a joint holiday party with:
Missouri Bar Immigration Law Committee
Kansas Bar Immigration Law Section
December 2nd, 2011
6:00 - 8:30 PM
Home of Mira Mdivani and Dennis Ayzin
5211 Wornall Road
Kansas City MO 64112
Corner of 53rd and Wornall
Spouses and significant others are welcome, too.
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