Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “Administrative Procedure Act”

“Sue the miscreants!” – Challenging Unjust Work-Visa and Green-Card Denials with Flood-the-Zone and Head-Fake Immigration Strategies

Posted in Administrative Procedure Act, Courts on Immigration Law, Employment-Based Immigration, H-1B Visas, Immigration Lawyers, Immigration Regulations, Legal Representation, USCIS

Much digital ink has already been spilled reporting on the phantom tide of undocumented migrants supposedly breaching our Southern border.  This article will address a different, but very-real immigration flood, and suggest ways U.S. employers, noncitizens, and their lawyers ought be emboldened to add to the deluge.

Ironically, it is about a dry subject – federal district court review of … Continue Reading

Instruct Us Again on the Immigration Rules

Posted in Fraud Detection & National Security (FDNS), I-9s, Immigration Regulations, USCIS

With the 2012 presidential campaign in full throb, candidates Obama and Romney are embracing “the vision thing” — that nemesis of the first President Bush whose reelection effort reportedly failed because he did not “frame his positions on individual issues in a compelling and unified manner.” The two de facto nominees paint a starkly different picture of where … Continue Reading