Comment: Various Items
In today's edition of Immigration Daily, we feature many items of interest - articles on E-Verify and a Supreme Court case, bloggings on ICE and CIR, and news items on USCIS annoucements. Also featured are an announcement of an the Immigration Practices book, top immigration headlines, and an announcement of an immigration event. Share your thoughts about today's edition of the Daily or on any other immigration-related topic by writing to

Article: Supreme Court Denies Retroactivity of Post-Conviction Relief Claims of Immigrants Claiming Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: Padilla is not Retroactive by Jean Pierre Espinoza

Article: September Changes to E-Verify: Iowa Joins RIDE and New Further Action Notice by Ann Cun

Bloggings by Greg Siskind: ICE Official Illegally Leaked Information on Obama Aunt's Immigration Status, Feinstein: ICE Should Use Prosecutorial Discretion and Not Target Agricultural Worker

Blogging: The Real Problem for CIR: GOP Only Cares About White Voters by Roger Algase

News: USCIS Approves 10,000 U Visas for Fourth Straight Fiscal Year

News: USCIS Efforts Result in Successful Case

Focus: Immigration Practice By Robert C. Divine
Immigration Practice by Robert C. Divine & R. Blake Chisam is an invaluable supplement to Kurzban's with a different approach. It is also useful to newer practitioners and paralegals in view of its easy to understand and practical style. The new edition of Immigration Practice is available for pre-publication sale now! For more info, see here. To order by fax, see here.

Headline: Latina Leaders: Creating low-cost immigration legal services Click Here
Headline: Immigrants from India surge across Arizona border Click Here
Headline: Republicans' Immigration Bind, as Explained by Aristotle Click Here
Headline: Mexico's reforms are key to US immigration reform Click Here
Headline: House Republicans in California Find a Struggle on Immigration Click Here
Headline: L.A. Archbishop again takes immigration reform to Mass Click Here
Headline: Band of Republicans pushes immigration in US House Click Here
Headline: Immigration Reform Falls to the Back of the Line Click Here
Headline: Princeton police question actions of U.S. immigration officers after man's arrest Click Here
Headline: 1 in 5 married households in USA has foreign-born spouse Click Here
Headline: Nationwide Immigration Mass Hopes to Sway Congress Click Here
Headline: A Call for Fair and Realistic Immigration Reform Click Here
Headline: Groups announce major national mobilization for immigration reform in October Click Here
Headline: Italy's immigration debate turns racist, sexist and personal Click Here
Headline: Immigration Advocates Plan 60-City Event in October Click Here
Headline: Syria adds to uphill battle for U.S. immigration reform Click Here
Headline: Immigration reform: A moral imperative Click Here
Headline: Already Facing Uphill Battle, Immigration Reform Could Be Doomed By Syrian Conflict Click Here

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ComingsNGoing: Immigration Event
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