Comment: EB1 Cases, Supreme Court, Sanctuary Jurisdictions
In today's issue of Immigration Daily, we carry several items of interest including EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Immigration Cases, Supreme Court Argument Preview, Effects of Trump's Election on Immigrants, "Home Free Magnet", CRS Report on Sanctuary Jurisdictions and Criminal Aliens and more. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to email@example.com.
Article: EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Immigration Cases: Tales from the RFE By Matt Gaffron and Bruce Coane
Article: Trump’S Election Already Pushing Immigrants To Work And Study Elsewhere By Matthew La Corte
Article: Argument Preview: The Void-For-Vagueness Doctrine Applied To The U.s. Immigration Laws By Kevin R. Johnson
Blogging: With Obama's immigration legacy, Trump inherits 'home free magnet' by Nolan Rappaport
Blogging: Identity of Immigration Judges Subject to Complaints of Misconduct Revealed By Matthew Kolken
News: CRS Report On Sanctuary Jurisdictions and Criminal Aliens: In Brief
Focus: ILW.COM is pleased to announce The PERM Book 2015-16 edition.
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Headline: Obama Leaves Behind a Mixed Legacy on Immigration
Headline: Immigration fees jump for the first time since 2010, making it tougher for would-be Americans
Headline: We will stand for our values in trade and immigration, eBay CEO says
Headline: California shows low expectations for Trump, but support for some immigration plans
Headline: No unauthorized immigrants? Manufacturing, hospitality workforces would struggle
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