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Article: The Economics of EB-5 Job Creation: Overcoming "Tenant Occupancy" and "Guest Expenditures" Objections by Lincoln Stone

Blogging: Fasting for Immigration Reform by Greg Siskind

Blogging: Non-Compliance with E-Verify Does Not Render Company Ineligible for Work by Bruce Buchanan

News: DOJ Publishes Memorandum on The Asylum Clock

News: DOJ Publishes Memorandum on Guidelines for Implementation of the ABT Settlement Agreement

Focus: Immigration Practice By Robert C. Divine
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Headline: Dana Milbank: Immigration activists are hungry for reform Click here
Headline: Making Sense of the Senate and House's Visions of Immigration Reform Click here
Headline: Will the Supreme Court Force Immigrants to Leave Their Children Behind? Click here
Headline: Military Tackles Immigration in Recruit PolicyClick here
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