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  • Article: “Public Charge” Rule Blocked Days Before Going Into Effect By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick

    “Public Charge” Rule Blocked Days Before Going Into Effect by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick The Trump administration suffered another immigration blow in court last Friday. The new “public charge” rule set to go into effect Tuesday, October 15, was blocked in three separate rulings by judges around the country. Courts in New York, San Francisco, and Seattle all issued rulings halting the implementation of the rule. This was largely seen as o...
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  • Article: Where Do We Stand Today After 3 Courts Put A Temporary Halt On The Public Charge Rule? By Alan Lee, Esq. 

    Where Do We Stand Today After 3 Courts Put A Temporary Halt On The Public Charge Rule? by Alan Lee, Esq. The Administration’s public charge rule for immigrants due to be implemented on October 15, 2019, ran into roadblocks thrown up by US district courts in New York, California, and Washington State. The preliminary injunctions in both New York and Washington were nationwide in scope while the one in California was more localized. Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson of the Eastern Distric...
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  • Article: A Whole New EB-5 World With Sam Udani Of ILW Immigration Daily – Episode 87 By Mona Shah

    A Whole New EB-5 World with Sam Udani of ILW Immigration Daily – Episode 87 by Mona Shah 09 Oct A Whole New EB-5 World with Sam Udani of ILW Immigration Daily – Episode 87 We can all agree that the landscape of EB-5 will look a lot different after November 21st. On this episode, Mona and Mark are joined by Sam Udani to discuss his vision of the post-reg EB-5 world. Listen in for Sam’s take on pending EB-5 legislation and the changing profile of projects and investors in lig...
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  • Article: Six Ways Immigration Reform Can “Make America Great” By Matthew La Corte

    Six Ways Immigration Reform Can “Make America Great” by Matthew La Corte President Trump and his allies continue to assail immigrants and perpetuate the myth that U.S. immigration is inherently detrimental to the health of the economy and society at large. From wage depletion and unfair job competition to violent crime and acts of terror, Trump’s “America First” mantra turns on the narrative that all immigrants are antithetical to Americans’ well-being. The academic ...
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  • Article: How to Challenge Gang Designations in Asylum Cases By Beau Baumann and Stephen Yale-Loehr*

    How to Challenge Gang Designations in Asylum Cases by Beau Baumann and Stephen Yale-Loehr* A familiar story plays out every week in U.S. immigration courts. A Latinx male has a removal hearing. The young man presents a plausible case for asylum or restriction on removal (better known as withholding of removal). To defeat the young man’s claims, the government produces a report alleging that he is a member of a gang. The report originated in a so-called “fusion
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  • Article: Immigrant Children With Cancer, HIV, Cerebral Palsy Threatened With Deportation By Walter Ewing

    Immigrant Children With Cancer, HIV, Cerebral Palsy Threatened With Deportation by Walter Ewing Without so much as a formal announcement, the Trump administration sent letters to families of sick children containing a dire warning: leave the country in 33 days or face deportation and a years-long ban on returning. Many of those who received a letter last week are Boston-based immigrants whose children suffer from cancer, cystic fibrosis, and HIV, among other illnesses. Up until now, the...
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  • Article: USCIS Wants to Make it Harder for Asylum Seekers to Get Work Permits By Emily Creighton

    USCIS Wants to Make it Harder for Asylum Seekers to Get Work Permits by Emily Creighton U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently proposed a rule that will further delay asylum seekers’ ability to receive work authorization. Under current law, USCIS must grant or deny an initial asylum applicant’s employment authorization application within 30 days. Under the proposed rule, USCIS would have no time frame in which it must decide ...
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  • Article: PropTech is Rising; Can EB-5 Ride the Tide? By Hermione Krumm, Esq.

    Article: PropTech is Rising; Can EB-5 Ride the Tide? By Hermione Krumm, Esq.

    PropTech is Rising; Can EB-5 Ride the Tide? by Hermione Krumm, Esq. Real estate technology or PropTech is the new wave in the real estate industry. In 2017 alone, venture investors deployed over $12 billion globally in PropTech start-ups. [1] Some companies, such as Zillow, have long ago taken advantage of combining the real estate market with technology, while others are finding new ways to ride the trend. The recently announced (however cancelled) IPO of WeWork has once again brought this exp...
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  • Article: How One Lawyer Captures Good Reviews and Builds His Client Intake By Larry Bodine

    How One Lawyer Captures Good Reviews and Builds His Client Intake by Larry Bodine Like other smart lawyers, Griff O'Hanlon devotes considerable firm resources on internet marketing. And it works. New clients say that they found his firm, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, "on the internet." "But what about the internet was helpful? What did they link about our online presence? Over and over we heard clients say it was 'the reviews, the reviews, the reviews,'” O'Hanlon...
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  • Article: The National Park Service Warns Border Wall Construction Could Destroy 22 Archaeological Sites By Melissa Cruz

    The National Park Service Warns Border Wall Construction Could Destroy 22 Archaeological Sites by Melissa Cruz In the Trump administration’s rush to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, 22 archaeological sites could be damaged or entirely destroyed. This warning comes from an internal National Park Service report that details how new border fencing, bulldozers, excavators, and Border Patrol four-wheelers could irrevocably harm ancient remnants of Native American tribes as w...
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