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  • Article: Tent Immigration Courts Are Still Not Fully Open to the Public By Katy Murdza

    Tent Immigration Courts Are Still Not Fully Open to the Public by Katy Murdza Asylum seekers subject to the Migrant Protection Protocols—or the “Remain in Mexico” program—in Laredo and Brownsville, Texas attend their court hearings in tents known as “port courts.” The government announced these secretive courts w...
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  • Article: You are wasting your time trying to convince CIS and FAIR By Steven Kopits

    You are wasting your time trying to convince CIS and FAIR by Steven Kopits A friend in mainstream immigration policy wrote: "You are wasting your time trying to convince CIS and FAIR to support an increase in legal migration. Their raison d'etre is immigration restriction and that’s it. Even if the individuals who worked there changed their minds, would [they] carry their organization?" This statement cuts to the heart of the matter. Do CIS and FAIR represent conservative orth...
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  • Article: Ethical Dimensions to Federal Court Litigation in Immigration Matters By Cyrus Mehta

    Ethical Dimensions to Federal Court Litigation in Immigration Matters by Cyrus Mehta In light of the higher possibility of denials of routine H-1B and L-1 petitions, immigration lawyers may want to consider stepping out of their comfort zones. They should consider thinking about representing the client beyond the motion to reopen or appeal to the Appeals Administrative Office (AAO) in the event of a denial. Seeking judicial review of a denial under the Administrative Procedures Act is a ve...
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  • Article: Watch Out For The Public Charge Rule! By Alan Lee, Esq.

    Article: Watch Out For The Public Charge Rule! By Alan Lee, Esq.

    Watch Out For The Public Charge Rule! by Alan Lee, Esq. At this time, favorable court decisions staying implementation of the public charge regulation finalized in August 2019 with implementation date of October 15, 2019, have been whittled from three circuits to one and the Trump administration recently filed an emergency application with the Supreme Court on January 14, 2020, to the remaining injunctions of the US Southern District Court of New York. This may very well be the las...
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  • Article: Investor Choices Post-November 20: E-2 vs. EB-5 By H. Ronald Klasko

    Article: Investor Choices Post-November 20: E-2 vs. EB-5 By H. Ronald Klasko

    Investor Choices Post-November 20: E-2 vs. EB-5 by H. Ronald Klasko This is the first of a trilogy of blogs addressing the E-2 visa option post the November 21 change in EB-5 investment amount. Following the publication of the 3 blogs, we will host a webinar on this subject. The date will be published on Klaskolaw.com.   Foreign nationals seeking to utilize investment as the vehicle to trigger immigration to the U.S. face different strategy decisions in the post-November 20 world. There are, ...
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  • Article: Differences Between US and Canada business immigration By Joorney Business Plans

    Differences Between U.S. and Canada Business Immigration by Joorney Business Plans Business Immigration is an important economic stimulus for every country around the world, and the programs vary by country. At Joorney Business Plans, we specialize in immigration business plan writing for both US & Canadian Business Immigration, and we wanted to share with you an inside look at a few of the biggest differences between business immigration practices of the two countries. Programs...
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  • Article: I’m a "Liberal" Who Thinks Immigration Must Be Restricted. Hmmmmmmm By Kevin Johnson

    I’m a "Liberal" Who Thinks Immigration Must Be Restricted. Hmmmmmmm by Kevin Johnson   Jerry Kammer,  senior research fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies, has an op/ed in the New York Times today entitled "I’m a Liberal Who Thinks Immigration Must Be Restricted."  Judge the immigration views of Mr. Kammer for what they are.  But also be aware that the Center for Immigration Studies has been characterized as a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law ...
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  • Article: The Fascinating Confluence of Temporary Protected Status, Removal and Employment-Based Adjustment of Status By Cyrus Mehta

    The Fascinating Confluence of Temporary Protected Status, Removal and Employment-Based Adjustment of Status by Cyrus Mehta Immigration Judge Ila C. Deiss’ summary order shows how one who is granted Temporary Protected Status can adjust to permanent resident status through an I-140 petition filed by an employer. Here are the facts based upon which IJ Deiss issued the order: The Respondent is a native and citizen of Nepal who arrived in the United States in 2006 in F-1 student status. In 2007 he ...
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  • Article: What We Know About USCIS' New H-1B Cap Registration System By Leslie Dellon

    What We Know About USCIS' New H-1B Cap Registration System by Leslie Dellon The new process for petitioning for highly educated H-1B workers will officially begin on March 1, 2020. For the first time, a U.S. employer who wants to file a petition that is subject to the annual limits must first register with U.S. Citizenship and ...
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  • Article: Indian Immigrants Are Saving Canadian Hockey: How the Punjabi diaspora rescued Canada's national sport By Kevin Johnson

    Indian Immigrants Are Saving Canadian Hockey: How the Punjabi diaspora rescued Canada's national sport by Kevin Johnson "Instead of threatening the quintessential Canadian [sports] institution [of hockey], immigrants are strengthening it at a time when it needs the help.” Shikha Dalmia writes for Reason that the Punjabi Indian diaspora — especially in Canada — is in fact very much into hockey. Supported by shows like Hockey Night in Canada: Punjabi Edition , “Nothing ...
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