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Immigration Daily May 4, 2012
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Comment: App Survey - As mobile applications continue developing at a fast rate, industries continue to find a way to integrate this innovative technology to their work. It is time for the immigration law industry to take part in the eminent future and start the use of mobile applications. We call on all immigration law professionals to take a short-anonymous survey on mobile Apps to learn about your needs as a mobile application user. To ensure the integrity of the survey, we have to confirm that you are an immigration law professional. Your private information will not be disclosed and will only be used to ensure that you work in the immigration law field. To participate in this survey, click here. If you prefer to take the pdf version of the survey, click here.

Article: Discussing District Court Standards In Reviewing USCIS Denials Of Certain Applications & Petitions by Joseph Whalen

Article: Immigrants of the week : Rima Fakih and Erick de Leon by Greg Siskind

Bloggings: DREAMer Amelio Flores Facing Deportation for Being Brown by Matthew Kolken

Bloggings: DS-160 Tips by Chris Musillo

News: CRS Report On US Immigration Policy on Permanent Admissions

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Headline: Feds: Alabama immigration law caused spike in Hispanic student absences
Headline: Obama Tells Hispanics He's Ready to Fix Immigration Laws
Headline: Americas Other Immigration Problem
Headline: Changes to immigration policy could transform society
Headline: Influx of immigrant children sends feds scrambling:
Headline: An Interactive Timeline of Immigration to the U.S.
Headline: Texas A&M Senate Denies Diversity Post to Undocumented Student
Headline: A NY Dream Fund is not enough
Headline: The Arizona Immigration Law is Beside the Point
Headline: May 3 - AILA Elections
Headline: Immigration officials: getting arrested will not lead to automatic deportation unless convicted

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Multiple Locations - Proskauer Rose LLP is seeking immigration paralegals for the Newark, NJ and New York offices. Recognized by Chamber USA as one of New Jersey's top labor and employment firms, the firm provides a full range of labor and employment services to businesses of all sizes in the New Jersey/New York Metropolitan area, throughout the United States. The ideal candidates will have 3+ years of experience in business immigration law, including H-1B, L-1A/B and blankets, TN, E-1/2, E-3, O-1 and PERM, with excellent English written and communication skills. Overtime is required and schedule flexibility is a big plus. This is a fast paced environment with excellent employee benefits and growth opportunity. Please send your resume to Angela Houghton at

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Letters of the Week: Jim Nichols, Kenneth Rinzler, T V Krishnamurthy, R.Yang, Diallo Alassane, Susan Faulkner(2), Letty Gamez, John J. Branningan, Matthew U., Diane Schneider, ALi Campbell, Joseph Whalen, Lorine Cjmielewski, June Hill, Kenneth Rinzler, Don Crocetti, Rudolph DeLa Cruz, Stan Shafer, Gladys C Farris(2), EJ, Rita Lacroix

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading
Immigration policy and market institutions in liberal market economies - By Chris F. Wright - Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 43, No. 2, 2012 -

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Publisher:  Sam Udani    ISSN:   1930-062X
Advisory Board: Jason Dzubow, Rami Fakhoury, Matthew Kolken, Chris Musillo, Greg Siskind, Joel Stewart, Margaret Wong