The April, 2020 issue of The Globe, the newsletter for the International and Immigration Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, which is edited by Lewis F. Matuszewich, has been published.  The articles include:

  • Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich

An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.

  • Message from the Chair: The International Criminal Court Bears Watching By David W. Aubrey

A note from the chair, David W. Aubrey.

  • Some Highlights of the Jordanian Labor Law By Howard L. Stovall

An overview some of general labor laws in Jordan.

  • A Man Without a Country (Almost) By William T. Kaplan

Taxpayers have several methods to prevent the IRS from sending the certification of delinquent tax debt to the State Department.

  • USCIS Revised Fee Waiver Requirements Impact on Pathways to Legal Immigration By Bhavani Raveendran

In October, USCIS announced that it would be removing the means-tested benefit criteria in determining whether an applicant was exempt from filing fees.

  • Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations Part 1 By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee

The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration.

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