Comment: BIA, The RAISE Act
Today's Immigration Daily features several items of interest, including articles on the The RAISE Act, Visa Bulletin, and BIA and Reprehensible Determinations etc. Please scroll below to find the item(s) of interest to you. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article: The RAISE Act Would Dramatically Change U.S. Immigration Law By Kevin Johnson
Article: The Double RFE By Sheila Danzig
Blogging: BIA and Reprehensible Determinations By Lory D. Rosenberg
Blogging: Congress unlikely to pay for border wall, but Trump has other options. By Nolan Rappaport
Blogging: Visa Bulletin Aanalysis For 2017-18 By Chris Musillo
Blogging: Bannon's Ouster is Not Likely to Stop Trump's March Backward Toward the 1924 Europeans Only Immigration Regime By Roger Algase
News: U.S. to Suspend Non-Immigrant Visa Operations Across Russia - State Department
Focus: USA EB-5 Expos
Meet Custodians of Trusted Relationships for High New Worth Foreigners
October 23 - Los Angeles, CA
October 25 - New York, NY
October 27 - Miami, FL
Many EB-5 and private equity investments from overseas have come through
relationships maintained in Los Angeles, New York and Miami. Los Angeles,
New York and Miami are the right cities to reach professionals who have
relationships with high net worth individuals from many countries. Finding
these professionals in the US instead of visiting countries throughout the
world saves travel costs, is safer and saves time.
EB-5 Issuers - $3,999 per city
You will meet immigration attorneys, real estate professionals and
financial professionals who have relationships with high net worth
individuals from many countries. You will speak to the assembled
professionals. (There will be no investors at the meeting.)
The Expo hall will include a seminar theater with display tables at the
back of the room for exhibitors. Please bring brochures, PowerPoint
presentation, table displays and business cards.
(Inquire about Discounts and also about Platinum Level)
For more info please call (212)545-0818 or email email@example.com or click here.
Headline: The ACLU Is Suing the Trump Administration For Its Treatment of Immigrant Teens
Headline: Trump Administration Moves to Expand Deportation Dragnet to Jails
Headline: EB-5 Investors in Failed Newport Project can Get Money Back
Headline: What Black Jack Pershing Can Teach Us About Fighting Terrorists
Headline: America Is Incomplete Without Immigrants
Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
Miami, FL - Visa Franchise (www.visafranchise.com) is recruiting a full-time Client Services Manager at our headquarters in Miami, FL. The position entails acting as the main point of contact for Visa Franchise clients as well as business partners. The focus is on servicing clients through in-person, phone, and video conferencing meetings. Additionally, the Client Services Manager will be tasked with contacting and interacting with potential franchise partners as they are added to the Visa Franchise platform. As the company is still growing rapidly, the Client Services Manager will also assist with other aspects of the business such as event marketing, prospect outreach, and franchise analysis.
Requirements: Bachelor's Degree, Fluent in English and second language required (Spanish, Portuguese, and/or French), Strong ability to work with and communicate with others including clients, prospects, and franchise partners, Ability to work in a fast-paced, flexible environment, and be able to work effectively autonomously when required, Ability for writing, facilitating, and presenting analyses, High level of intellectual curiosity about new industries and businesses and be must generate concrete results through that curiosity, 0-5 years of job experience, preferably in a client-facing role.
If interested, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New York, NY - Yarden Law Group has an opening for an immigration attorney with at least one year of business immigration experience to handle immigrant and non-immigrant cases including O-1, P-1, L-1, E-1, E-2, E-3, J-1, TN, EB-1,2,3 and naturalization cases. Good writing skills are necessary as well as ability to manage cases throughout their life cycle and effective communications with clients and team-members. Compensation depends on experience and skills. if interested, please submit your resume and cover letter by email to email@example.com
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New York, NY - Immigration lawyer (Midtown, Manhattan) - Boutique business immigration firm seeks Associate with 3+ years of experience & a demonstrated passion for the field. Must have extensive experience handling PERMs, full range of NIV (esp. H & L) and IV petitions. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong initiative, ability to handle a high volume and diverse case load, top-tier English writing and communication skills, and excellent organizational skills. Compensation package commensurate with experience and skills. Outstanding environment, team oriented. Please email cover letter, resume & 2 relevant writing samples to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters of the Week
ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading
The Other Side of Assimilation: How Immigrants Are Changing American Life by Tomas Jimenez - University of California Press, 296 pages ISBN: 978-0520295704, $29.95
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