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Happy Thanksgiving

by pari on November 23rd, 2011

It is a time to give thanks for what we have and for what we are. Thanksgiving is a fascinating holiday, cutting across many different generations and many different worldviews

Although Thanksgiving is a primarily American holiday, the act of expressing gratitude belongs to no culture alone. This is a time for us to thank our clients, family and friends for their generosity, spirit of camaraderie and above all for their support.

Sincerely,
Pari Sheth
Law Offices of Pari Sheth LLC

Prosecutorial Discretion in the Immigration Context

Current Progress by the Office of Chief Counsel


Thanks to Peter S. Vincent, ICE Principal Legal Advisor who has ensured us that incoming and pending immigration court cases will conform to ICE’s civil enforcement priorities as described in the 6/17/11 John Morton memorandum. What does the prosecutorial discretion memo mean?

Privacy Law

Big Brother is watching
U.S. shopping malls will be tracking customers through their cellphones this holiday season. The Footpath system, which tracks shoppers anonymously, according to those who promote it, is intended to help merchants maximize their real estate by identifying which areas of their stores are drawing the most customer. Footpath says that the anonymous system doesn’t violate privacy law and points out that customers can avoid being tracked by turning off their cellphones. We wonder about adverse consequences if hackers gain access and are able to track individuals’ movements.

About Our Law Firm

Whether you are a US client seeking to exploit world markets or a worldwide client seeking to establish in the US, we provide important counseling and provide advice concerning capital investment, immigration, contractual obligations, criminal, intellectual property, injury and employment matters. Pari has counseled clients from India, China, Thailand, Liberia, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, South Africa Mexico, Canada, Venezuela, Chile, United Kingdom, Russia and various other parts of the world.

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