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Article: H1B and H-4 Visa Applications in India Plagued by 221(g) Refusals: Part 1 by Sheela Murthy et al.
Article: "A Toxic Anti-Hispanic Environment": Rep. Lamar Smith's Immigration Record by Chris Harris
Article: Don't Procrastinate, Prioritize - And Get Help by Ed Poll
Bloggings: Nominate Someone For The Freedom From Fear Award by Greg Siskind
Bloggings: 55,000 Green Cards for Employment-Based Immigrants by Carl Shusterman
News: USCIS Announces Office Closings Due To Inclement Weather
News: ICE Updates SEVP Approved Schools List
News: EOIR Announces the 10th Anniversary of the
BIA Pro Bono Project
News: USCIS Memo On Eligibility of National Guard Members To Naturalize Under Section 329 of INA
News: CRS Report On Immigration Policies And Issues On
Health-Related Grounds For Exclusion
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