Comment: Various Items
Today's edition of Immigration Daily features many items of interest - read articles and bloggings about Senate passing S.744 and E-Verify, a CRS Report on Terrorism, and an announcement about's discounted book prices. We also feature the top immigration news headlines, job vacancy announcements, an advertisement for an immigration law certificate, and an announcement for a USCIS teleconference. Share your thoughts about today's items by writing to

Article: Will Photo-Matching Tool Be E-Verify's Answer to Document Theft? by Ann Cun

Blogging: 68-32! by Greg Siskind

Blogging: A Week of Hope - and Danger - for Equality and Diversity in America by Roger Algase

Blogging: BREAKING! SENATE PASSES CIR by Chris Musillo

News: CRS Report on Immigration: Terrorist Grounds for Exclusion and Removal of Aliens

Focus: Low, Low Prices For Books
We have been very pleased with the reaction to our reducing prices of all our published books from $499 to lower prices. ILW.COM is pleased to announce that one new low prices for all our published books at the $499 level are $199 going forward from today. With this final discount level, our books are now available at 60% off the list price, a great deal. This price decrease does not apply to books we distribute for other publishers, nor does it apply to our low-price books, such as those we sell for $9, or $49. As always, shipping and handling and all applicable sales taxes are included in the price, there are no hidden extras, what you see is what you get. For a complete list of all our books, please see: For a pdf brochure of our books, please see:

Headline: Pressure on House to act on immigration - Yahoo! News Click here
Headline: Immigration reform, déjà vu all over again? Click here
Headline: Senate Immigration Reform Bill Passes With Strong Majority Click here
Headline: Senate immigration bill’s passage draws cheers from startup, small business leaders - The Washington Post Click here
Headline: Immigration bill balances benefits, penalties: Your Say Click here
Headline: How DOMA Ruling Helps Immigration Reform Odds Click here
Headline: Jun 27 - Senate Passes CIR! Click here
Headline: The Senate is poised to pass the immigration reform bill today. The timeisnow. Click here
Headline: Senate Vote on S.744 NOW! Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New York, NY - Goldstein and Lee P.C., with offices in New York and London is now seeking a New York Associate Attorney with 3+ years of experience excludively in business immigration with an emphasis on E, L, and H petitions and applications. Experience in preparing PERM applications required. Preference for candidate with consular experience with emphasis on ineligibilities and waivers. Must be highly organized, with strong work ethic and meticulous attention to detail. Attorney will also do General COnsular work on London office matters. Must be admitted to NY Bar. Send resumes to Can meet candidate at AILA Conference in San Francisco.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Washington, D.C. - Steptoe and Johnson, LLP. is seeking an immigration paralegal to provide support to the Immigration Practice Group in preparation and filing of petitions and applications with federal government agencies. Duties include assisting in tasks such as: preparing routine correspondence, researching immigration law, and procedures and case management. Paralegal will play a significant role in gathering information from clients and assisting with immigration strategies; collecting information and documentation from clients, preparing draft filings to relevant federal and state agencies, conducting research of immigration law and procedures, and preparing draft correspondences and memoranda also part of duties. Ideal candidate will have 2+ years of immigration paralegal experience preparing non-immigrant (e.g. H-1B, L-1, E-2, O-1) and immigrant (PERM and EB-1) filings. Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational and communication (oral and written) skills needed. Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with an emphasis on ability to work with a team required; strong skills in working on multiple projects, flexibility for overtime also preferred. BS/BA degree required, paralegal certificate a plus. Some lifting required up to 20 lbs. Hours 9:00am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday, with overtime as required. EEO m/f/v/d. Please send resumes to

Immigration Law Certificate
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
July 1 - 2:00 pm - USCIS invites you to take part in a stakeholder teleconference to discuss E-Verify's newest customer service enhancement. This enhancement affords employees the option of being directly notified if there is a record mismatch that needs to be resolved before the employee can be confirmed as work authorized. To register for this seminar, please dial 1-800-779-1545, passcode: TNC. USCIS recommends that you call in 10-15 minutes before the start time.

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