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Immigration Daily October 15, 2018
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Comment: Texas Border Wall, High-Skilled Foreign Workers
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on The United States Must Embrace Global Talent, As High-Skilled Foreign Workers Go Elsewhere, News on DHS Issues Waiver to Expedite Border Wall Gate Construction Project in Texas and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

Article: The United States Must Embrace Global Talent, As High-Skilled Foreign Workers Go Elsewhere By Walter Ewing

Blogging: Stephen Miller's reported latest cruelty: "Binary Choice" - Child Separation or Indefinite Family Detention - recalls "Sophie's Choice" at Auschwitz By Roger Algase

News: DHS Issues Waiver to Expedite Border Wall Gate Construction Project in Texas

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Headline: H1-B Visa Given for 12 Days, Approval Sent After Date of Expiry: US Immigration Body Hit by Lawsuit Click here

Headline: rump team uses new rationale to terminate TPS program for hundreds of thousands of legal immigrants Click here
Headline: Thousands of legal immigrants face daunting decision after their ‘Temporary Protected Status’ ends Click here
Headline: Immigration rule change could force millions off Medicaid, report warns Click here
Headline: DHS rarely urges action against agents accused of abusing immigrants, advocates say Click here

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Chicago, Illinois - Sidley Austin seeks an experienced immigration lawyer to join the Chicago office as a staff attorney. Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years of experience in high volume immigration work; the ability to work an immigration case from beginning to end (various forms/filings); experience handling requests for evidence; strong legal research and writing skills; the ability to manage client relationships; and experience working with and supervising paralegals. Interested candidates should apply at: https://lawyercareers-sidley.icims.com/jobs/4924/immigration-staff-attorney/job

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals and Immigration Law Specialists
Ridgewood and Somerville, New Jersey - Growing Int'l Immigration Law Practice seeks multiple Paralegals and Immigration Law Specialists for NEW JERSEY offices in RIDGEWOOD and SOMERVILLE to prepare detailed submissions to USCIS; USDOL; USDOS; and agencies on H-1B, L-1A/B, TN, J-1, E-1/E-2, O-1A/B,EB-1, EB-3, NIW, PERM and RFE responses. High volume caseload of employment-based business immigration cases for IT, pharmaceutical, medical, academia, biotech, hospitality, etc. Requires incumbents to assist several Immigration Lawyers with detailed analysis of eligibility under alternate categories; preparation of clear, well-written, persuasive submissions to secure work authorization and/or permanent or temporary residence and/or support and justify relief sought. Assist several Immigration Lawyers with analyzing statutes, regulations, memoranda, guidelines. Performing research as needed. Work with Business Immigration Lawyers on a number of diverse employment matters, including immigration implications in hiring, termination, reorganization, retention, and regulatory compliance (I-9 audits); E-Verify and Wage and Hour issues. Foreign language a plus. Previous experience in Immigration Law practice a plus. Full Benefits package. EOE. Please email resume and salary requirements to: hr@visaserve.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Millburn, New Jersey - Dornbaum & Peregoy top rated Specialty Employment/Business/Immigration Law Practice; seeks attorney to perform exacting research, creation of sophisticated legal arguments, and preparation of detailed submissions to USCIS; USDOL; USDOS; and agencies on H-1, L-1, TN, J-1, E-1/E-2, O-1,EB-1, NIW, PERM and RFE responses. Complex, high volume caseload of employment based business immigration cases; for IT, pharmaceutical, medical devices and biotech; finance, energy, banking, education and emerging businesses. Requires detailed analysis of eligibility under alternate categories; preparation of clear, concise, well-written, persuasive submissions to secure work authorization or residence, and/or support and justify the relief sought. Must analyze statutes, regulations, memoranda, guidelines; prepare compelling legal documents for appropriate agency. Performing research as needed; writing a persuasive case to support the petition for the category sought. Work would also include advice and consultation to employers on a number of diverse employment matters, including hiring, termination, reorganization, retention, and regulatory compliance (I-9 audits; E-Verify and Wage and Hour issues). A background in corporate governance and/or tax is helpful to understand the corporate relationships that are the basis for some categories.Please email resume, and writing sample (preferable non-legal (an example of expository college writing/essay would be best)) and salary requirements to: peregoy@immigrationlawyersnj.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Reputable & fast-paced New Orleans law firm seeks FT, Spanish speaking Immigration Attorney to join our team. The firm offers a competitive package including paid holidays, paid vacation, and a retirement fund. Responsibilities include: Providing legal expertise for matters such as visa applications, green cards, citizenship and naturalization, deportation issues, and employment for non-citizens. Experience would include immigration trials, individual hearings for asylum, waiver experience, and cancellation of removal hearings. Ideally candidate will have 2+ years of Immigration experience, and can work with little supervision. Candidate must be fully bi-lingual and able to read, write, and speak in Spanish. Please do not apply if you do not speak fluent Spanish. http://www.silvalawfirm.net/ to learn more about who we are. To apply please email: michelle@silvalawfirm.net

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, DC - Small Washington, DC immigration law firm (Lichtman & Rosenblum, PLLC) seeks to hire a recent law graduate or attorney with up to three years of immigration experience for an Associate Attorney position. Solid academic record, demonstrated interest in immigration, excellent writing skills, and attention to detail are required. To apply, send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and law school transcript to ELichtman@LRimmlaw.com with “Associate Attorney Position” in the subject line.

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