Comment: DHS in Limbo
Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. See articles about the recent spending bill leaving the DHS in limbo and about EB-5 Predictions for 2015; Bloggings on Evidentiary Standard in Matter of Ho Cases; news items about the Supreme Court allowing DACA beneficiaries in Arizona to obtain Driver's Licenses,and USCIS actions on Family Reunification Parole Program for Haitian and Cuban families. Also find the top immigration news headlines and job vacancies in multiple locations. Share your thoughts by writing to email@example.com.
Article: Congress-Passed Spending Bill Leaves DHS in Limbo. By Amanda Peterson Beadle
Article: EB-5 Predictions for 2015 the Year of the Goat. By Bernard Wolfsdorf, Esq.
Blogging: Evidentiary Standard in Matter of Ho Cases. By Lauren A. Cohen, Esq.
Blogging: Obama Administration Turns Its Back on American Values with Mammoth New Family Prison. By Matthew Kolken
Blogging: Visa Bulletin Projections For 2015. By Chris Musillo
Blogging: USCIS Claims it Does Not Rely Exclusively on EDGE Database for Educational Opinions; By Dwight Myfelt
Blogging: It's Time to End the Cuban Adjustment Act. By Jason Dzubow
News: USCIS Notice of Changes to Application Procedures for the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program
News: USCIS Implements Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program
News: Supreme Court Order Allows DACA Beneficiaries in Arizona to Obtain Driver's Licenses
Focus: December 22, EB-5 Roundtable with Angelo Paparelli
The EB-5 Roundtable with Angelo Paparelli will take place on November 25th. The guest speaker for this month is Sam Udani. This month's topic is "Differences between EB-5 in China and the Rest of the World". This monthly telephone series for existing EB-5 Regional Centers and for developers and dealmakers planning to apply for Regional Center designation or establish syndicated EB-5 investments involving multiple investors is presented at no charge. Issues affecting individual investors will be covered by only from the perspectives of Regional Centers and other EB-5 entities. This event is sponsored by NES Financial.
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Headline: Why do politicians break their promises on migration? Click here
Headline: Immigration focus can help boost Pa. economy Click here
Headline: Tucson Police to Stop Some Immigration Click here
Headline: U.S. top court bars Arizona from denying driver's licenses to immigrants Click here
Headline: Delaying Immigration Reform Means More Exploitation of Cheap Labor Click here
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
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