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Immigration Law (v39n4) July/August 2006
Volume XXXIX Number 4

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Features

Immigration Law

     

Corporate Immigration — Impact on Maryland Lawyers
By Jim Alexander and Stuart Matthews
 

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"Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" ...And Your Best and Your Brightest
By Denise C. Hammond and Nathan Waxman
 

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  Pitfalls in the Bewildering Legal World of the "Criminal Alien"
By Alison J. Brown and Mark J. Shmueli
 
22
  What Every Business Should Know
By Henry J. Suelau
 
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  Timing the Immigration Practice
By Geoffrey S. Tobias
 
34
  Impact of Natural Disaster on Immigration and Business
By Sheela Murthy and Carla O'Donoghue
 
38
  Fast Track to Naturalization: Service U.S. Armed Forces
By Lieutenant Colonel Joseph G. Miller
 
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  Maryland's U.S. Attorney Targets Terrorism and Violent Crime
By Janet Stidman Eveleth
 
48
  Civil Litigation Involving Person In The Military
By W. Michael Seganish
 
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Departments


Practice Tip  
Biometric Passports
The United Kingdom's Response to and International Challenge

57
Ethics Docket  
When Proposed Fee Arrangements are Permissible 59
Attorney Grievance Commission  
Interdisciplinary Cases 61

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