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Updated Letters To The Editor Policy

  • We welcome letters which raise issues of general interest to the community dealing with issues of immigration law. We do not publish letters seeking solutions to specific cases, unless they are of exceptional interest. We are proud to provide a forum for communication to the immigration law community.
  • Vigorous and spirited debate in the press about issues of importance is part of the American tradition. We are not biased for or against any letter based on the opinion of its author. We recognize that feelings on immigration are spread across the spectrum from passionately for to passionately against. However, we will not publish certain letters including those with obvious factual inaccuracies, personal attacks, barnyard language, etc.
  • We will accept letters signed with any name, including pen names and pseudonyms. However, we also accept anonymous letters, and withhold names of senders when requested. (The Federalist Papers were originally published under a nom-de-plume.)
  • In the interests of readability, we request our correspondents to write within the limit of 300 words, lengthier contributions may be excerpted. Links (external and internal) in letters to the Editor are also omitted. The strict deadlines of daily publication do not permit us to check for typos.
  • We do not usually respond to letters to the Editor, unless the letter concerns logistical issues or brings up a factual error that we have committed. Immigration Daily's silence in response to a particular letter or issue does not imply consent.
  • Letters have to be individually addressed to to be considered for publication, mass mailing list emails will not ordinarily qualify for publication.
  • Our readers can contribute content to Immigration Daily through letters, but also through information submitted to us (e.g. AAO decisions, agency correspondence, substantive analysis, etc.) which may be reproduced either as letters or as items or as articles, depending on the specifics. We will always acknowledge the sender of the information.

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