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Today's edition of Immigration Daily features many items of interest: read bloggings about fraudulent documents from a university, the House Gang of Eight, children in adult detention facilities, border security, and about one of our bloggers on NPR! Read a CRS Report on state and local police enforcement of federal immigration law. Find job vacancies and catch up on the latest headlines on immigration. Share your thoughts about today's items by writing to

Blogging: Fraudulent Documents From Indira Gandhi National Open University by Chris Musillo

Blogging: House Gang of Eight Falters...But Could This Be Good News? by Greg Sikind

Blogging: REPORT: from 2008 to 2012, DHS detained at least 1,366 children in adult detention facilities throughout the United States by Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Will Big Shouts and Bad Solutions for Border Security Hand Immigration Opponents a Big Success? by Roger Algase

Blogging: Yours Truly on NPR by Jason Dzubow

News: CRS Report: Authority of State and Local Police to Enforce Federal Immigration Law

Focus: Global Mobility Book
ILW.COM is pleased to announce a new book: Global Mobility: An Overview for Human Resource Professionals. The editor is Poorvi Chothani, and will include articles by Amit Acco, Enrique Arellano, Ted Badoux, Jacqueline R. Bart, Timur Beslangurov, Ruslan Bocancea, Marla Bojorge, Renuka Cavadini, Héctor Gabriel Celano, Poorvi Chothani, Zahida Ebrahim, Chisato Higashio, Frank S. Hong, Tsvi Kan-Tor, Catherine Lau, Gunther Mävers, Marco Mazzeschi, James Minamoto, Jacqueline Nyabwa, Russel L. Rodriguez, Sonal Sejpal, Maria Luisa Soter, Lozano A. Tan, Sithie Tiruchelvam, Karl Waheed, Jeremy A. Weber, and William F. White. The outline is as follows:

  • Argentina by Héctor Gabriel Celano
  • Australia by Jacqueline R. Bart
  • Brazil by Maria Luisa Soter
  • Canada by Jacqueline R. Bart
  • The People's Republic Of China by Frank S. Hong
  • France by Karl Waheed
  • Germany by Gunther Mävers
  • Hong Kong by Catherine Lau
  • India by Poorvi Chothani
  • Israel by Tsvi Kan-Tor and Amit Acco
  • Italy by Marco Mazzeschi
  • Japan by James Minamoto and Chisato Higashio
  • Kenya by Sonal Sejpal and Jacqueline Nyabwa
  • Mexico by Enrique Arellano
  • The Netherlands by Ted Badoux
  • The Philippines by Lozano A. Tan and Russel L. Rodriguez
  • Romania by Ruslan Bocancea
  • Russia by Timur Beslangurov
  • South Africa by Zahida Ebrahim
  • Spain by Marla Bojorge
  • Sri Lanka by Sithie Tiruchelvam
  • Switzerland by Renuka Cavadini
  • Thailand by Jeremy A. Weber and William F. White
  • United Kingdom by Poorvi Chothani
  • United States of America by Poorvi Chothani

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Headline: From HuffPo: 'Marco Rubio Pitches Immigration Reform To Skeptical House GOP.' Click here
Headline: GOP seeks tougher border security in immigration bill Click here
Headline: I guess they'll stop calling us the gang of 8. I'm hoping they start calling us the Magnificent 7: Click here
Headline: Don't leave LGBT families out of immigration reform Click here
Headline: Senate immigration bill teeters as it tilts rightward Click here
Headline: GOP senators say immigration bill has 'serious flaws' Click here
Headline: Is the Senate Immigration Bill Really In Danger? Click here
Headline: Bercow sparks storm with immigrant worker comments Click here
Headline: June becomes crucial month in Senate drive for immigration change Click here
Headline: Florida Gov. Rick Scott Vetoes Immigrant Drivers Licenses Bill Click here
Headline: Report: Hundreds of juveniles in adult immigration detention Click here
Headline: Univision's Jorge Ramos: Immigration Reform's Most Powerful Booster Click here
Headline: Rep. Justin Amash: Some Dems are opposed to fixing legal immigration system Click here
Headline: Rubio currently opposes own immigration bill Click here
Headline: House GOP 'Highly Unlikely' To Accept Path To Citizenship Click here
Headline: House GOP listens as Republican senators talk immigration Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, D.C. - Fragomen, Del Ray, Bernsen, & Loewy, LLP, is looking for an Associate Attorney with 1+ years of experience in buisness immigration with an emphasis on the preparation, review, and analysis of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions and applications, and related issues. Job will involve working directly with large multinational clients in a range of industries. Ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal, client service, and communication skills. Qualified candidates will also have strong academic background, be highly organized, have a strong work ethic, and writing skills, and have meticulous attention to detail. Highly competitve salary and benefits. Please send cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing same, in Word or Adobe formats only to Robert F. McCafferty, Human Resources Manager, at, or fax to (202)371-2898. No phone calls please. Fragomen is an equal opportunity employer.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Washington, D.C. - Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy is looking for several experienced paralegals for its Washington DC. office. These are career positions with a great deal of client contact and requiring a wide range of skills in a fast-paced setting for the right candidate. Ideal candidates will have 2+ years experience with all aspects of business immigration. The Paralegal will manage caseloads with a large degree of independence; communicate with clients regarding procedural and case processing issues; update and maintain client status reports; prepare bills; and serve as a team resource. Competitive salary and benefits for the right candidate. Please send cover letter, resume, college transcript and writing sample, in Word or Adobe formats only, to Robert F. McCafferty, Human Resources Manager, at, or fax to (202) 371-2898. No phone calls please. Fragomen is an equal opportunity employer.

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading
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