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  • Jan 24 - Fresh Content for Your Website

    Jan 24 - Fresh Content for Your Website

    Comment: Fresh Content for Your Website Use Immigration Daily RSS News Feed on your homepage to offer site visitors fresh new content that will give them yet another reason to return to your website. Putting Immigration Daily RSS news feed on your homepage is simple. How to do it is explained here: http://www.ilw.com/rss.shtm. If you are having difficulty putting the news feed on your site, write to webmaster@ilw.com and our tech department will be happy to help. Article: Tent Immigration Courts Are Still...
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  • Jan 23 - TEA Window of Opportunity

    Jan 23 - TEA Window of Opportunity

    Comment: TEA Window of Opportunity New TEA definitions in the new EB5 regulation have created a remarkable window of opportunity for document-ready projects in rural areas and high unemployment urban areas at the $900k EB5 investment level, see below: With change of the TEA definition, almost half of the projects from the pre-11/21 EB5 market no longer qualify as TEA projects. However, these large urban projects that are no longer in the market accounted...
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  • Jan 22 - Redeployment and Trump Re-election

    Jan 22 - Redeployment and Trump Re-election

    Comment: Redeployment and Trump Re-election Having USCIS provide guidance on EB5 investment redeployment that asks the redeployment to use the same TEA standards as are currently in effect will result in the immediate creation of thousands of jobs in rural America which is President Trump's base. This action can be done simply with a stroke of a pen without use of any taxpayer funds. It is a win-win for the Trump re-election efforts, USCIS, and voters in rural states and rural counties that Pr...
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  • Jan 21 - E2 Investment Visa

    Jan 21 - E2 Investment Visa

    Comment: E2 Investment Visa What: Many EB5 project sponsors are considering coming to market with E2 offerings, some E2 projects are in fact already in the market seeking foreign investors Why: E2 visas have significant advantages over EB5: (1) E2 investments do not pose any restrictions on location through TEAs , an E2 investment can be literally anywhere in USA (2) much less waiting time to receive E2 visas as compared t...
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  • Jan 20 - Pass it On

    Jan 20 - Pass it On

    Comment: Pass it On If you find Immigration Daily a valuable resource, won't you please share it with your friends and colleagues? We thank you for it and they will too. To begin receiving your email version of Immigration Daily, simply submit your email address in the text box on the top right corner of our homepage. Article: What We Know About USCIS' New H-1B Cap Registration System By Leslie Dellon Blogging: Trump's whipping up hysteria against "birth tourism" revives darkest days of bigotry against Chinese immigrants and African-Americans. Real target is birthright citizenship in general By Ro...
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  • Jan 17 - Trump Immigration Agenda, H-2A and H-2B

    Jan 17 - Trump Immigration Agenda, H-2A and H-2B

    Comment: Trump Immigration Agenda, H-2A and H-2B Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Bloggings and News about Trump Immigration Agenda, H-2A and H-2B and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com. Article: Indian Immigrants Are Saving Canadian Hockey: How the Punjabi diaspora rescued Canada's national sport By Kevin Johnson Blogging: Get ready for what could be Trump's next attempt to abolish birthright citizenship, overturn the Constitution and make white supremacy the law of the land By Roger Algase News: USCIS Final FY 2019 S...
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  • Jan 16 - EB5 Agent Costs and ROI to Investors

    Jan 16 - EB5 Agent Costs and ROI to Investors

    Comment: EB5 Agent Costs and ROI to Investors The new 2020 EB5 market is different from 2019 because of two readily understandable reasons: Firstly, the new TEA definition has reduced the number of projects currently in the market and secondly, the raising of investment amount to $900k reduces the number and kinds of investors interested in EB5. Many projects have reached out to us asking about two specific characteristics of the new EB5 market: EB5 Agent Costs and ROI to Investors, what we hav...
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  • Jan 15 - Jobs in Different Areas

    Jan 15 - Jobs in Different Areas

    Comment: Jobs in Nashville, TN, Chattanooga, TN, Houston, TX, Washington, DC or Birmingham, AL and New York, NY Law Firms are hiring senior Immigration Paralegal and Associate Attorney. See below help wanted ads for Jobs in Nashville, TN, Chattanooga, TN, Houston, TX, Washington, DC or Birmingham, AL and New York, NY. Article: To the Chagrin of CBP By Eugene Goldstein Blogging: Transgender detainees need protection; a letter from lawmakers doesn't provide it By Nolan Rappaport Blogging: Asylum in a Time of War By Jason Dzubow N...
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  • Jan 14 - EB5 Is Not Dead

    Jan 14 - EB5 Is Not Dead

    Comment: EB5 Is Not Dead ILW conducted 350+ EB5 events in 14 countries in the last 7 years. During the grace period, ILW executed 100 events with 2,000+ total attendees in 3 countries. ILW has served a broad cross-section of EB5 issuers including retail, manufacturing and assisted living, not just large urban developers. ILW has deep roots in immigration law as a leading immigration law publisher for 20 ye...
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  • Jan 13 - Steven Miller CIS and EB5 Redeployment

    Jan 13 - Steven Miller CIS and EB5 Redeployment

    Comment: Steven Miller CIS and EB5 Redeployment Anti-immigrationists have been major supporters of the Trump Presidency--not just from outside, like Center for Immigration Studies, but from within the administration, like Steven Miller. No matter what you think of their policy positions these anti-immigrationists have shown remarkable political tactical savvy in promoting their agenda especially from within this administration. They correctly identified the new EB5 regulation as being supportive of Pr...
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