Comment: Top Links for November 2015
We feature the top articles and news items for November 2015 below:
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Article: Foreign Students Add Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs to the U.S. Economy. By Walter Ewing
Article: THE PROPOSED USCIS GUIDANCE ON JOB PORTABILITY: GOOD, BAD OR UGLY? By Cyrus D. Mehta
Article: MUSINGS ON INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, SEVIS and DESIGNATED SCHOOL OFFICIALS. By Joseph P. Whalen
Blogging: USCIS "Same or Similar" Memo - An Example of Being Careful What You Wish For? By Greg Siskind
Blogging: Federal Jury Convicts 2 Brothers of Visa Fraud. By Bruce Buchanan
Blogging: Who Have Harmed the US More, Refugees or Domestic Terrorists? By Roger Algase
Blogging: NEARLY TWO-THIRDS OF BABY BOOMER NURSES CONSIDERING RETIREMENT. By Chris Musillo
News: USCIS Policy Memo on Approval of Spousal Immediate Relative Visa Petition under Section 204(l)
News: White House Releases Fact Sheet on Visa Waiver Program
Focus: Exhibit Opportunity for Regional Center/Projects
The EB-5 Summit for Attorneys and Developers taking place in New York, NY on December 18th, has exhibitor opportunities. Exhibitors will be able to speak to professionals in the EB-5 field, distribute material in our material packet and on designated exhibitor tables. Exhibitors will also be able to have a 15-25 minute panel on an EB-5 topic of their choosing. Final Deadline for exhibitor opportunity is on December 9th. For more details or to sign up, see here.
Headline: Immigration News: Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Placed With Convicted Criminals, Says Whistleblower Click here
Headline: Immigrant women adjust incredibly well to the US economy Click here
Headline: Obama Tightens Immigration Security After Paris Attacks; May Make It Harder To Visit U.S. Without Visa Click here
Headline: US, Cuba resume immigration talks Click here
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
December 3, 2015, 9am (Eastern). Washington, D.C. The House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security will hold a hearing: "Oversight of the Executive Office of Immigration Review." Witnesses: Mr. Juan P. Osuna, Director, Executive Office for Immigration Review, US Department of Justice. A live broadcast will be available online. For more details see here.
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