MESSAGE FROM SISKIND, SUSSER, HAAS & DEVINE
As we wrap up 1998, we would just like to thank a number of people for all of their help in the publication of this newsletter. First, many thanks go to our very loyal readers. Every month, readers send us dozens of suggestions for stories as well as tips on important stories. Also, thanks are due to a number of other important people who've lent a hand including, but not limited to, Dan Kowalski, Sam Udani, Amy Ballentine, Elissa Pearlman and Steve Chu. We also have received assistance from a number of helpful folks at the INS, State Department and other government agencies. This publication has grown and improved over the last several years because many people really believe in it. And they have our sincere gratitude as we wish them - and you -a happy 1999.
This month, we report on a number of important developments. Hurricane Mitch's devastating effects continue to have an impact on US immigration policy and in this issue we report on new measures designed to help nationals of affected countries. The INS enforcement folks have been busy and we report on several important busts. And immigrants are successfully challenging the Immigration and Naturalization Service in court. We report this month on several lawsuits dealing with important immigration issues. Plus we include this month all of our regular features including Visa Spotlight, Processing Times, Non-Profit Corner, Immigration and the Internet and more.
As always, we remind readers that this publication is put out by Siskind, Susser, Haas & Devine, an immigration law firm, and we are available for telephone or in-person consultations to answer immigration questions and discuss our representing individuals and employers in immigration matters. If interested, please go to http://www.visalaw.com/intake.html.
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