Comment: Sessions, RFEs, CBP
Today's issue of Immigration Daily contains articles on incoming Attorney General Jeff Sessions's Immigration views, H-1B RFEs, CBP requirement for visas for Chinese nationals, and other items.
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Article: Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Immigration By Kevin Johnson
Article: Answering An H1B RFE: Beware Of Education Traps! By Sheila Danzig
News: CBP Now Requires EVUS Enrollments For Chinese National 10-Year Visa Holders Before Traveling To The US
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Headline: Immigration Now 52 Percent of All Federal Criminal Prosecutions
Headline: Supreme Court to Consider Indefinite Detention for Immigrants
Headline: Immigration hard-liner Sessions could execute crackdown as AG
Headline: Silicon Valley's Immigration Reckoning Is Nigh
Headline: Cities Vow to Fight Trump on Immigration, Even if They Lose Millions
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
Washington DC - December 2 - How has immigration affected native workers? A discussion with Harvard labor economist George J. Borjas. American Enterprise Institute Auditorium. See here for more info: https://www.aei.org/events/how-has-immigration-affected-native-workers-a-discussion-with-harvard-labor-economist-george-j-borjas/
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