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Bloggings: Arizona v. United States Going to the Supremes by Greg Siskind
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News: Supreme Court, In Judulang v. Holder, Held That BIA's policy For applying 212(c) in deportation cases is "arbitrary and capricious"
News: DOL Publishes Employer Guide To Participation In H-2A Temporary Agricultural Program
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