Articles on Immigration

A New Rule of Evidence: The Effect of Immigration Status in Illinois Civil Proceedings By Patrick M. Kinnally Diversity Leadership Council, November 2021 The Illinois General Assembly has enacted 735 ILCS 5/18-2901, a new rule under which evidence related to a person’s immigration status is not admissible in any civil proceeding with certain exceptions.
An immigration due diligence checklist for mergers and acquisitions International and Immigration Law, December 1999 With the return of "merger mania" in the 1990s, human resources managers and corporate legal counsel are often called upon to evaluate the immigration consequences of mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate changes.
Lawyer to Lawyer Network International and Immigration Law, October 1999 The New York based Lawyers Committee for Human Rights maintains a program to aid persecuted attorneys throughout the world with a mailing campaign by lawyers in bar associations around the world directly to the persecuting governments and government officials.

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